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Monday, 16 January 2017 12:18

Using Inquiry Based Question Methods To Create Meaningful Curricular and Community Links by Aliza Robinson

During this workshop, teachers of all subjects will be introduced to a variety of inquiry-based questioning techniques.

By teaching students how to create high-order questions which link various subject areas, contextual and other external content, and personal reflection, educators will more strongly engage with their analytical abilities. In addition, exposure to meaningful, honest conversations linked to an understanding of the present world and the experiences of others will help to enhance the sense of community in both the classroom and school.

Aliza Robinson

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Aliza Robinson is Head of English and a teacher of MYP and DP English at The American International School of Bucharest.

She has previously taught at Atlanta International School, Asociación Escuelas Lincoln in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and in the Boston area. She is American and originally from Las Vegas, Nevada.

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