Collaborative Inquiry: An illustrated introduction

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Xuất bản 28/06/2016
This short video briefly illustrates how collaborative inquiry might look in practice. Starting with a problem or a learning opportunity, participants explore as much as they can about the issue and where it "lives". They share their assumptions about the issue and make predictions about possible outcomes before examining any related data. Using many sources of data, participants are better equipped to name the issue and start developing a plan to intervene or capitalize on the situation. They collect new data throughout the project to validate their plan and to prepare their next steps. This video emerged from my participation in Queen's University online Masters program in Professional Inquiry and the course, "Collaborative Inquiry" Learn more about this program at View more of my work on this topic at The music in this video is "The King of Jokes" by Andrea Loko, and is licensed for use in this project through
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