GID has been selected for a inquiry based learning grant

by | Oct 5, 2022

GID has been selected for a grant funded national study on inquiry based learning and training practices.

Cohorts with educator teams from New Jersey and Wisconsin are being selected for this summer’s training.  Please reach out if you are interested in participating. 

This Research into Practice exploratory project will identify the specific components of Guided Inquiry Design® units, collaboratively designed and implemented by school librarians and classroom teachers, that lead to higher academic achievement and student mastery of K-12 learning outcomes. This study is funded by a three-year Laura Bush 21st Century Library grant through the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).

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