0:56 – Programme overview – Dr Kerslake
5:07 – Example of a classroom session
7:35 – Teacher feedback
14:56 – Inquiring Maths overview – Rosie Walsh
19:14 – Testimonial from classroom teacher – Kim Dempster
Questions and Discussion
24:23 – Is there enough material to run ten classroom sessions?
27:42 – Do teachers need to teach all ten sessions?
32:00 – Ongoing aims of the Inquiring Learners programme
Inquiring Learners features ten hours of research-based classroom resources covering three areas of the curriculum which many teachers find trickiest to teach in a meaningful way.
Developed by teachers, for teachers, we invite you to hear from our programme staff, Dr Laura Kerslake, Rosie Walsh, and Jude Hannam, who have each brought their experience from the classroom to develop materials on Digital Literacy, Thinking Scientifically, and Exploring Stats and Data in mathematics
You’ll also hear from teachers who participated in our first round of trials during 2020-21, along with audience questions.
We are currently recruiting teachers and schools from the UK and beyond, so please watch the video to learn more. Then, register your interest at inquiringlearners.org/contact!
Dr Laura Kerslake
Lecturer in Education, Plymouth Marjon U.