Inquiry : Perspectives, Processes and Possibilities

Inquiry : Perspectives, Processes and Possibilities
Spring, 2011
Series Title
LEARNing Landscapes
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Number of pages: 346

Article titles:

  • Statement of purpose
  • Review board
  • Editorial
  • Changing perspectives on practitioner research
  • Call and response: The importance of “telling truth slant”
  • Inquiry: Doing what comes naturally
  • When art speaks: One student’s inquiry process
  • Reflections on literacy, education and a twenty-year inquiry process
  • Writing picture books
  • Owning our learning: Scaffolding professional inquiry for educators
  • Stepping-stone or saving story?
  • The languages of inquiry: An English-French lexicon of inquiry terminology in education
  • Inquiry revisited: The role of puzzlement in today’s classroom
  • Teacher inquiry for educational change
  • Tools for inquiry: Improving questioning in the classroom
  • Spotting the occasion for poetry: An invigorating process of finding out by finding in
  • Multi-modal responses to literature: A teacher educator’s classroom inquiry
  • It’s like telling people you have rats and forgetting to qualify them as pets: a poet's journey
  • Teacher explorations of science and science learning generate insights into inquiry and teaching
  • Democracies in action: A changing learning community landscape
  • (en)gendering difference: a for(u)m for possibilities
  • Image-based educational research: Childlike perspectives
  • Stories of sustaining: A narrative inquiry into the experiences of two beginning teachers
  • Crystallization: teacher researchers making room for creative leaps in data analysis
  • Of birdhouses and mosaic cats: Conquering fears in the muddle of inquiry
  • Teacher-based inquiry in the BCT project
Leading English Education and Resource Network (LEARN). “Inquiry : Perspectives, Processes and Possibilities” 4, no. 2. LEARNing Landscapes (Spring 2011).
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Secteur de l’éducation en anglais (éducateurs, élèves, parents, centres scolaires communautaires) du Québec

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Promotion de l’enseignement en anglais; tutorat en ligne; création de ressources pour les enseignants et les élèves; ateliers sur le rôle parental; santé mentale et exercices; formation à l’enseignement; développement des centres scolaires communautaires du Québec et soutien

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LEARN a été fondé en juillet 2005 après la fusion de trois organismes.