Inquiring Teachers offers professional development for librarians and other information literacy educators through online courses and in-person workshops.
As information environments have become increasingly complex and multi-layered, they have created new opportunities and new challenges for individuals and cultures to be informed, reflective, and engaged, online and in the world. Here we explore how educators can encourage the curiosity, open-mindedness, and criticality that we hope to foster in our classrooms, in our students, and in ourselves.
Currently Scheduled Courses
- October 14 – November 10:
Scaffolding Information Literacy
- October 28 – November 24:
Information Literacy in Politically Polarized Times
- January 13 – February 9:
Metacognition in Teaching and Learning
- February 17 – March 29:
Backward Design for Information Literacy Education
Institutions or groups can request in-person workshops related to any of the course offerings. Workshop length, format, and focus depends on the groups’ needs and interests. Please contact Andrea at abaer at inquiringteachers dot com to discuss your interests and needs.
Contact Andrea: abaer at inquiringteachers dot com