Guided Inquiry Design Articles

Further Reading

Over the years of working with educators and GID, we have learned a tremendous amount about implementation. We have been able to explore timely topics and have expanded our thinking. Here are some selected articles that extend what we know about GID in K-12 schools.

March 2020: Linking librarians, inquiry learning, and information literacy

by Keith Curry Lance and Leslie Maniotes

June 2019: Assessing Inquiry: Learning in the Library Is Learning for Life

by Leslie Maniotes  

Febr 2019: Getting to Great Questions for Inquiry and Research

by Leslie Maniotes  

April 2018: Building a Culture for Learner Voice and Choice Through Inquiry

by Kathryn Roots Lewis, Shirley Simmons, and Leslie Maniotes  

February 2017: Doubling Up: Authentic Vocabulary Development Through the Inquiry Process

by Leslie Maniotes and Anita Cellucci

April 2017: A Journey of Evolution and Reflection: From Conferencing to Video Screencasts for Learning Through Inquiry

by Leslie Maniotes & Anita Cellucci

June 2016: Intentional Inquiry – Vision, Persistence, and Relationships

by Leslie Maniotes

November 2014: Making The Shift From Traditional Research Assignments
to Guiding Inquiry Learning

by Leslie Maniotes & Carol Kuhlthau