Inquiry-Driven Innovation

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Keywords: Liz Dawes-Duraisingh, Andrea Rose Sachdeva

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A Practical Guide to Supporting School-Based Change

Promote positive change and elevate teacher practice with this actionable framework for school-based innovation

Inquiry-Driven Innovation: A Practical Guide to Supporting School-Based Change addresses a pressing need for intentional and sustained innovation in education. It is both a practical guide for supporting school-based change and a handbook for effective professional development that empowers and re-energizes practitioners. Throughout this book, educators will find a wealth of examples from different school contexts and a rich array of research-based pedagogical tools and resources.

In recent years, educational innovation and school redesign have been the focus for many school boards and departments of education. However, current school-based innovation methods typically lack flexibility and intentionality. Inquiry-Driven Innovation offers an approach to innovation that recognizes local contexts, promotes listening across stakeholder groups, and suggests structures for ongoing and purpose-driven work.

  • Discover an actionable framework for school-based innovation
  • Learn from real-world case studies of educators developing innovation strategies in a variety of school contexts
  • Explore an Innovation Toolkit filled with research-based pedagogical tools and resources for educators

In this book, you’ll learn the five essential qualities of Inquiry-Driven Innovation: an ongoing process that empowers individuals and communities to pursue positive change that is both relevant and responsive to their contexts. Inquiry-Driven Innovation is purposeful and intentional; attentive to multiple perspectives; adapted to context; sustained and iterative; and structured and supported. Read this book to learn how you can implement evidence-based innovation strategies in your own community.

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