Month: January 2016

52 Weeks of Guided Inquiry

52 Weeks of Guided Inquiry is at this address:

52 Weeks is an Edublog set up by Leslie Maniotes in USA to allow people to share their experiences of Guided Inquiry.  There are many well known Guided Inquiry practitioners already in Leslie’s schedule, and she is looking for more,  to share the challenges and excitements of the practice of Guided Inquiry. There are weeks open in August, September, October, November and December, if you would like to share your experiences and questions on a wider scale. Or you might find it simply a very interesting place to visit to see what our US counterparts are up to!

There’s an RSS feed on the  52 Weeks’ blog that you could sign up for so you know when there are new posts happening.
Leslie is co-author of these books and part of the family team responsible for Guided Inquiry theory and development – Carole Kuhlthau, Leslie Maniotes and Ann Caspari.

Guided Inquiry Design
Guided Inquiry: Learning in the 21st Century
Guided Inquiry Design in Action: Middle School

Lee FitzGerald


Dead links in Scaffolds section

Dear subscribers,

Just letting you know that I was alerted to the fact that none of the scaffolds worked in the section dealing with support for each stage of the GID process.   I’m happy to let you know they are all fixed.

Please let me know if you find any further links that do not work.

Thank you.

Lee FitzGerald


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