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Monday, March 18 • 12:10pm - 1:00pm
Isn’t Inquiry Always Interdisciplinary? LIMITED

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Sailors and sea currents? Bubonic Plague and Body Systems? Properties of Matter and Properties of Civilization? Learn about the experience of two teachers who developed and implemented an inquiry-driven, integrated science and social studies curriculum at the 7th grade level. They will provide specific examples of student inquiry projects, text sets, and driving questions, as well as how the skills of collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving and accessing/analyzing information are intentionally taught. As a part of this session, time will be included to explore the C3 Inquiry Design Process and generate compelling, interdisciplinary questions that can drive unit creation in your own classroom.

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Jessica Leahy

Whitefish Bay School District

Monday March 18, 2019 12:10pm - 1:00pm CDT
Senate B

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