Submitting Your NOII and AESN 2014 – 2015 Case Study

By June 11, 2015case studies, resources

It’s been such an eventful year for Network schools in BC and beyond. Inquiry teams have been sharing learning stories at both the Symposium (more 2015 Symposium presentations now posted on the website) and through many regional Celebrations of Learning.  And the work of Network schools has been highlighted in several research/journal reports, including Creating and Sustaining Inquiry Spaces For Teacher Learning and System Transformation.  

As the school year draws to a close, we welcome Network schools to continue to share their learning over the past year through submitting case studies. Case studies are rich sources of data, capturing both the process of inquiry with regard to a school’s particular focus for improvement, as well as the learning and observations obtained throughout the journey. The templates for submitting NOII Case Studies and AESN Case Studies are now available on the website. In completing your case study, please keep the headings and remove the descriptors for each section. Please use Calibri 12 for the font.  This will simplify the editing process and make our lives a lot easier!

We’d like to get all the case studies in by the end of July so that we can spend some time in August reviewing them and posting them on the website. Then in the fall, we will send out the grants to all the 2014-2015 schools. We are very grateful to the Irving K Barber Learning Centre at UBC for supporting the AESN work on transitions, the BCPVPA for publishing Spirals of Inquiry, and the Ministry of Education for providing funding that will allow us to continue to provide grants to schools that complete their case studies. We know how important it is to acknowledge the contributions you are making and we will continue to find ways to say thank you for all that you do. 
Questions about submitting your case study? Please contact us:

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