Tools and Strategies for Purposeful Inquiries
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Michael Hughes
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About the Talk

Watch this webinar to get tips and tools to implement meaningful and authentic guided-inquiry in the classroom. Join Michael Hughes as he dives into planning learning experiences and inquiries that scaffold students’ cognitive processes. Explore practical examples and hands-on strategies for different stages of an inquiry cycle. Whether teaching in-person or online, these routines will help you build knowledge while honouring agency.

Key Objectives 

  • Understand how to use surface and deep indicators of learning to scaffold student understanding
  • Explore high-leverage inquiry strategies, tools and routines for different stages of inquiry
  • Dive into planning an inquiry-based unit and learning experiences
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Talk host
Michael Hughes
PYP Coordinator, Stamford American International School
Disclaimer - This webinar is organised independently of and not endorsed by the IB. Toddle's events and webinars are organised to enable exchange of practices and ideas within the educator community and are not a replacement for the IB official workshops. Views and opinions expressed by the speakers are their personal views and should not be construed as official guidance by the IB.
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Michael Hughes
Michael Hughes has been working in international schools since 2003 and has been lucky enough to work in Jordan, Singapore, Japan and now back in Singapore. He has worked in PYP schools for the past thirteen years, eleven of these as a Coordinator. He is interested in helping students become assessment-capable and self-regulated learners and believes the best way to do this is to ensure clarity of possible learning outcomes and pathways. Because of this, Michael enjoys the challenge of working in schools that blend the PYP framework with standards-based curricula.
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Tools and Strategies for Purposeful Inquiries
Watch this webinar to get tips and tools to implement meaningful and authentic guided-inquiry in the classroom. Join Michael Hughes as he dives into planning learning experiences and inquiries that scaffold students’ cognitive processes. Explore practical examples and hands-on strategies for different stages of an inquiry cycle. Whether teaching in-person or online, these routines will help you build knowledge while honouring agency.