WebinarsThese are free archived versions of live webinars.
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.
Pulling It All Together
Watch our session from the prestigious Smithsonian Education Summit (July 2022) to hear about an exemplary unit of STEAM inquiry, including scientific experimentation, the GID phases, and Smithsonian resources embedded into the process.
Level Up! Boost Literacy with Inquiry-Based Vocabulary Instruction
In this edWebinar, Dr. Leslie Maniotes, through her Guided Inquiry Design® (GID) method, discusses literacy skills and show how to unlock the power of curiosity in all learners. The unit featured Ancient Greece for middle school students.
GID with Leslie Maniotes [Podcast]
In this episode, we are speaking with Leslie Maniotes, one of the authors of Guided Inquiry Design® – A Framework for Inquiry in Your School.
Creating Curious Inquirers
Nothing motivates students more than their own curiosity! Inquiry-based learning gives K-12 students voice and choice in learning that sparks deeper understanding and engagement. Dr. Leslie Maniotes, author and senior consultant from BLV Consulting, in this edWebinar, introduces you to Guided Inquiry Design (GID), a research-backed instructional design for inquiry-based learning founded at Rutgers University.
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
Research with Rigor
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.