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Collaborative Teacher Inquiry as a Tool for Building Theory on the Development and Use of Rich Mathematical Tasks
This article describes the collaborative inquiry activity of a group of high school mathematics teachers interested in increasing student engagement and problem solving in the classroom. The results show specific and direct links between teacher inquiry and classroom practice. Furthermore, this case study provides specific information on how an inquiry context is linked to the way teachers interact, form theories, and make use of student work.
Updated: Dec. 03, 2010
A Culture of Collaborative Inquiry: Learning to Develop and Support Professional Learning Communities
In this research, a group of 12 professional development providers deliberately set out to use the same processes and structures in their development and implementation of a PD model. The research examines what this group learned about fostering and sustaining a culture of collaborative inquiry and considers how this can inform PD providers’ support of teachers’ engagement in a collaborative inquiry cycle. The findings inform the support of teachers undertaking collaborative inquiry for professional growth.
Updated: Dec. 17, 2008