• Christine Hertz Hausman

Inquiry, Investigations & Projects



Interested in learning more about incorporating inquiry, investigations and project-based learning into your practice?


I recorded an introductory video for Partnership for Literacy and Learning that includes tips and resources for our current remote learning situation and for when we return to classrooms.


I know it’s *that* time of year and a very, very different year at that, so feel free to put this all aside for now and come back to it when you’re good and ready.


Here’s the link to the video.


Interested in talking more? Come to a live Q & A on Monday, June 1st from 3:45-4:30 or send me an email via this website.


Take care & keep in touch!


Christine

Here are some of the resources I've compiled:


Online Resources:

PBL Works: Bucks Institute for Education

Tarrant Institute for Innovative Education Katy Farber’s Joy Project and PBL Template

Kristi Mraz’s Project Packet for Families and Play Packet for Families

Lisa Hanna’s Project Planning Document

Supporting projects with a focus on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals by Up For Learning & Shelburne Farms

Showing Your Learning Choices by Katie Muhtaris and Kristin Ziemke

Pernille Ripp’s Choose Your Own Learning Options

Jess Lifshitz’s Learn Something New

Ontario’s Kindergarten Program: Play-Based Learning in a Culture of Inquiry

Kath Murdoch’s A Model for Designing a Journey of Inquiry, Overview of an Inquiry Journey and more resources from Kath Murdoch


Books:

Young Investigators by Judy Harris Helm, Lilian G. Katz

Black Ants and Buddhists: Thinking Critically and Teaching Differently in the Primary Grades

by Mary Cowhey

Thinking Through Project-Based Learning by Jane Krauss and Suzie Boss

The Curious Classroom by Harvey “Smokey” Daniels

Visible Learners: Promoting Reggio-Inspired Approaches in All Schools by Mara Krechevsky, Ben Mardell, Melissa Rivard, Daniel Wilson

Drive by Daniel Pink



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