Opal Interactive Archive Project
Please dream with Teaching Preschool Partners as we gather input from community partners and educators on how the research and archives from Opal School from the last 20 years can best live on as an online resource. Thanks to the James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation we are able to preserve and make accessible the learning from Opal School as an ongoing resource to our community. We invite you to think with us about how it can be organized to best support and encourage Playful Inquiry in our schools and communities. Please respond to the questions that interest you below.
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How do you imagine using a library of inquiry resources that includes Opal School Archives as well as documentation from community partners?
If you could return to Opal School through an online experience to support your professional development, what would you be hoping for? Be as specific as you can.
What are some sites that you are drawn to?  What are the characteristics of that site that work for you?
If you were going to search for things on the Opal Interactive Archive what are words that jump out for you and what words would you use to search for things?
We are collecting questions to guide our work, do you have questions you think we should consider?
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