Inquiry and Design Thinking
  
Description
  
This resource was created by Dr. Halbert and Dr. Kaser out of UBC.  It takes their pivotal work "Spirals of Inquiry: For Equity and Quality" (2013), which our District's framework for Inquiry and improvment is based, and distills it down for public use.
  
This handbook has been created by Stanford's dSchool.  It is a resource for educators and business leaders related to Design Thinking, and is used worldwide in many innovative settings.
  
IDEO, a world leader for decades in Human-Centered Design has created this guide (2015) for business and educational leaders to design learning based on the needs of learners.
  
 (2014) This paper by Timperley, Kaser, and Halbert introduces the Spirals of Inquiry used by educators in Canada, New Zealand, Australia, England, and Sweden.
  
(2019) This document was created by our district's Instrucational Leadership Team to provide some of the research behind innovative learning environments.
  
(2019) This document was created by our district's Instructional Leadership Team to provide a summary of the beliefs and research behind inquiry-based learning.
  
(2019) This document was created by our district's Instructional Leadership Team to provide a summary of the beliefs and research behind powerful questioning in learning environments.