Since 2012, Leslie has been presenting free webinars in the edWeb.net community. Follow the links below to access these high quality professional development sessions on Guided Inquiry Design. edWeb is a non-profit professional learning network for exceptional educators, decision-makers, and influencers who are on the leading edge of innovation in education.
Guided Inquiry Design in Action
Leslie describes some tried and true examples of successful Guided Inquiry Design in Action from the past ten years and as represented in our newest GID in Action books. You will leave this session with ways that you can get students to ask their own interesting questions for research.
Guided Inquiry Design and the Common Core
Guided Inquiry Design is based on researched principles of learning that include a powerful way to accomplish the Common Core. This session will inspire you with a learning centered approach to meet the CCSS.
Research with Rigor
How do you ensure that your students achieve the rigor necessary to attain college and career readiness through an inquiry based approach? In this webinar Leslie explores how inquiry can be carefully and purposely guided to attain the highest level of rigor and research using Guided Inquiry Design® while students are asking the questions.
Inquiry Tools for Learning How to Learn
Guided Inquiry Design includes a comprehensive set of tools embedded through the inquiry process. These research based tools have multiple functions. They are used to help students become aware of how they learn through inquiry and, at the same time, give teachers a formative assessment of the learning.
Inquiry Circles: Collaborative Learning in Guided Inquiry
Learning how to collaborate is an essential skill for college and workforce readiness. How are we engaging students to meaningfully collaborate? In this webinar you can see a model for how to implement Inquiry Circles for small group discussion and collaboration through inquiry learning.
Off to a Great Start!: 5 Strategies for opening Guided Inquiry units
How you begin a unit of inquiry can make or break participation, engagement and student motivation to learn. Join author Leslie Maniotes to learn 5 engaging ways to get you off to a great start! Through this webinar learn to kickoff inquiry units using openings that will invite students to learn, grow their curiosity, support student questioning, and build a community of learners.
Sharing the Learning of Inquiry
This webinar provided examples of unique and exciting ways to showcase inquiry learning for the “Share phase.” Here are numerous examples from the field that describe a school-wide approach and across grades K-12. Examples of inquiry products were shared as well as connections to both ELA CCSS and NCSS for cross-curricular collaborations with the school librarian.
Getting Started with Guided Inquiry
Get started by learning some strategies for inquiry that will change and sustain learning in your school- concrete strategies including programmatic systems, long- and short-term planning as well as connections and tweaks to your current instructional practice.