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Tuesday, February 26 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Keep Those Questions Coming!: Fostering Student Inquiry with Primary Sources

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Young children ask an estimated 10,000 questions before they begin formal schooling. Yet research has found that only 27% of college graduates say they are confident in their ability to formulate questions. So what happens in between? Could it be that classrooms are more focused on teacher-generated questions rather than student questions? How can we change that dynamic, tap into our students’ natural curiosity about the world and spark the questions that are the foundation of all learning? This session provides hands- and minds-on experience in using primary sources and the Question Formulation Technique of The Right Question® Institute to help students develop and use questions for inquiry. Participants will try out this powerful tool and examine ways to apply it in the classroom, with ties to the Illinois Social Studies and NextGen Science Standards, the Danielson Framework, and the Common Core Standards.

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Joanne Zienty

LMC Specialist, CCSD 62
I am a National Board Certified Teacher-Librarian in my 15th year as an educator who is passionate about inquiry, primary sources, writing, STEM, MakerSpaces and just about anything else that gets kids' brains and hands working!

Tuesday February 26, 2019 1:45pm - 2:45pm CST
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