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What People Are Saying

“I am also excited that this will help us create Rigor in our instruction by getting to the deeper Marzano design questions.”

-principal

“I’ve learned how to facilitate learning using GID. I no longer feel like I have to impart knowledge on students, they’re researching and creating.”

-teacher

“I loved the quote, “None of us is as smart as all of us”. We studied Carol Dweck’s Growth Mindset last year, and are teaching Growth Mindset to our students. Guided Inquiry does not permit a fixed mindset!”

-principal

“This is the roadmap for inquiry based learning that we’ve needed all along.”  

-ib teacher

“The Guided Inquiry Design Framework lays out a nice step by step process for planning unit lessons. It correlates well with the Marzano practices along with the OKA+ Essentials Framework. If we keep doing things the same, we will continue to have the same results! We will start where we are and grow with the process.”

-principal

“When learning has meaning students take it and own it , Guided Inquiry helps us to do that.”  

-teacher

“I think it fits in perfectly with what we’re trying to accomplish…with our focus on A+ and collaborative integrated planning! It is the end goal!”

-principal

“Guided Inquiry has changed teaching and learning in Norman, Oklahoma. Classroom teachers, resource teachers, teacher librarians, and gifted resource coordinators are working more collaboratively than ever to reach and teach ALL students. The interest and engagement are evident when students are involved in this research-based teaching model. Students are learning so much more than basic information. They are eager to ask questions and take ownership for their learning. The energy in our classrooms is evident.”

Beth Fritch

Director of Staff Development & Student Achievement