2019 Inquiry and Design Institute for Connected Learning
The Institute will run from June 24th-June 28th at The Center for College Access and Success, 770 N. Halsted, Chicago
Workshops at the institute will include:

Special Guest: Jennifer Stanchfield sharing tools for building a supportive classroom community, research from the field of educational neuroscience, and modeling the use of reflective tools to help learners find meaning.
Understanding Anti-Muslim Racism: Inquiry-Based Learning for Social Justice--Nicole Nguyen, UIC
Why Service Learning?--Elizabeth Bogart, WE Schools
Sustainability--Elizabeth Bogart, WE Schools
Aquaponics for Educators--Stef Funk and Eric Weber, Plant Chicago
Special Collections at the Chicago Public --Library-Roslyn Mabry, Chicago Public Library
The Studs Terkel Radio Archive and You: Exploring the Human Voice--Allison Shein, Studs Terkel Radio Archive
Documenters.org: Your city officials are making decisions—we’ve made it easy to keep tabs--Darryl Holliday, City Bureau
Chicago Teen Lit Fest and Connected Learning--Jen Steele, Chicago Public Library
Setting the Stage and Hooking the Students: Do You Want to Know a Secret?--Tina Peano, Roosevelt H. S.
Creative Project Choices for Making Knowledge Visible!--Tina Peano, Roosevelt H. S.
A Musical Review: Creativity: PBL :Individuality--Irica Baurer, Sarah Goode H. S.
Infusing Inquiry Into the Constitution and Service Learning--Charlotte Piwowar, Solorio
From Seed to Table: Dena Guptill, Sarah Goode
Immigration Stories: Susana Yepez, Roosevelt
Artists and Social Change: Maria Ambre, Senn
Telling our Stories through Zines: Brown and Proud Press

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