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Inquiry-based learning session draws educators at Michigan high school on Election Day

By November 11, 2016November 29th, 2016No Comments

McREL STEM/GreenSTEM consultant Laura Arndt spent Election Day at Marian High School, a private Catholic school for young women in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, delivering an interactive workshop on inquiry-based learning to faculty and administrators. The session, highlighted in an article in the local news outlet Hometown Life, focused on teaching strategies that promote reasoning and evidence-based problem solving across content areas. Arndt modeled these strategies as participants worked together to analyze text, synthesize data, and participate in learning scenarios that promote reasoning and the use of evidence to make decisions.

Read the article here.

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