Again, everything is online embedded in my
Storify using technology to support collaborative inquiry. If you go online and I tweeted it
up, I’ll tweet it out again, basically we’ve embedded all of the collaborative inquiries
with staff. And usually they’re cross collaborative inquiry. So when we do a collaborative inquiry
we’re interested in hearing a lot of ideas. So thank you to our LSA lead, but she’s invited
a public board to come with a catholic board. She has connections in different countries
that will Skype in. I made some connections at different conferences with schools in the
US, high schools. So we were able to post on Schoology. I don’t know if anybody has
ever used that site. Schoology is an amazing site as well. You can post everything on it.
It’s a great blog site. It’s for teachers and resources, the sharing of resources. So
if you go on for example… the interesting thing is, when we’re trying to build inquiry
with, for example, primary class, one of the interesting things that is happening was that
people was tweeting in resources. So when we started to tweet out the ideas about disparity,
and you really have to go online and see, they are amazing. People are tweeting resources.
“Have you tried this book? Have you looked in this idea?”. It’s pretty amazing stuff
because people become engaged in the learning and in the sharing of resources.