Critical Inquiry in the Primary Classroom

In this interactive session participants will learn how to use critical inquiry projects in a classroom setting. Critical inquiry projects are a great way to merge project based learning with critical thinking routines, and philosophical thinking about issues that are of importance to students. The projects shared in this session are from a kindergarten classroom but the methodology has been successful with students at all learning levels. This methodology is based on research conducted by Dr. Mark Battersby and Dr. Sharon Bailin. 

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Friday 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Room EDB 7608

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Presenter

  • Christine Perreaux

    Christine has been teaching for 24 years in Lethbridge, Alberta. Her teaching experience includes kindergarten, grade one, three, five, seven, eight, nine, and being an inclusive learning coach. She recently completed her Masters of Education where her research focused on ways to empower students in the learning process and ways to encourage critical, creative, and collaborative thinking in the classroom. For more information on her research please go to http://empoweredkclassrooms.weebly.com .