Inquiry Projects

Inquiry is the central goal of our everyday activity in the PDS. To learn more about how our PDS community enacts inquiry learning with all participants, explore the ideas and documents of the PDS inquiry page.

2012-2013

2011-2012

2010-2011

2009-2010

2008-2009

2007-2008

2006-2007

2005-2006

2004-2005

2003-2004

2002-2003

2001-2002

2000-2001

  • Gender In the Classroom, Christina Pryor (May, 14)
  • Inquiry Paper, Adrienne Flower
  • Inquiry Paper, Diana Dexheimer
  • Building Community in the Classroom, Sean Coffron
  • Conferencing as a Microcosm of Effective Teaching, Andrew James Serano
  • Understanding Middle School Readers, Scott Perrone
  • Reflections On a Democratic Community: A Year of Inquiry, Corey O'Brien
  • Inquiry Paper, Angela D. Howe
  • Literature Circles: Creating Independence in the Classroom, Kimberly McElhatten

1999-2000

  • Technology in the English Classroom, Karen Morris (July 19, 2000)
  • An Exploration of Power and hierarchy in Defining a Pedagogy, Betsy Fetchko (Spring, 2000)
  • Creating a Democratic Classroom, Andrea Acker

1998-1999

  • The Patchwork of Teaching: The Beginning of Critical Reflection,by Ellen Herman Campbell
  • Reflections On a Professional Development School Partnership (or) "How Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks Nearly Killed the Dog!", by Carol Paul
  • Building a Partnership, by Heather D. Turner
  • Socializing the Self:Implications for the Language and Literacy Classroom at the Secondary Lever, Benjamin Smith Brigham
  • The Trials and Triumphs of a Professional Development School from the Perspective of a Mentor Teacher, Peg Vlasak
  • Professional Development Collaboration: An Intern's Perspective on the Structure of a Pilot Program, Denise D. Savini