Tag: Disciplined inquiry

Is ‘Disciplined Inquiry’ making a difference in the classroom?

27 February 2018

Here at Huntington we have been working on our own ‘Disciplined Inquiry’ model for over a year now and we thought it was time that we shared some evaluation of this work with you and the impact it may or may not be having for our staff and students. […]

Posted on: 27 February 2018
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Developing ‘Disciplined Inquiry’

30 June 2017

Back in 2014, at the national resesearchEd conference, in London, Dylan Wiliam talked about ‘Why teaching will never be a research-based profession (and why that’s a Good Thing)‘. Now, at a packed conference including many people looking to develop evidence-based practice and engage with research, that was a rather provocative message! But, as ever, he […]

Posted on: 30 June 2017
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