We began the session with and introduction discussions about inquiry. The inquiry model we will be using is based on the Gwen Gawith Inquiry Model and the Lane Clark inquiry model.
Taizak, Josh, Jayden, Jorga, Hamish, Amon, Kara, Oli
Issue one “Reputation Pride Disrespect” Surveys being produced – Students and Staff
The student inquiry group ran a relaxation room for seniors, during exam week. The idea was to give students a place to go and relax half an hour before an exam, where they could participate in activities to help them to relax.
This morning we presented our inquiry to the South Wairarapa Steering Group down at Greytown Library.
Student Led Inquiry
met P5 in the library.
There are two areas of Inquiry so far,
Perception in the Community and Boring Lunchtimes. The Inquiry
Some key questions that might help you start your inquiry:
What is one of the issues in our community and what can we do about it?
How does it impact me and/or the community?
Who does it involve? What does it look like? Where is it? What causes it?
Why does it happen? How does it happen? What is being/or has already been done?
What could I do? How can I link this to a digital outcome.
Group 1 – Perception in the Community
– Oli, Amon, Georgia
Teacher Survey Student Survey –
Student Survey (those who are are not students here) – Taizak, Josh
Group 2 – Boring Lunchtimes – Mystery Movie
Georgia, Ruby, Kara, Josh, Hamish, Evlyn
Run a trial of a Movie Friday. Need to book a time with SF to present ideas about how a P5 reward system will work.
Rubbish will need to be collected by members of Inquiry Group.
Kara and Ruby on posters
Josh talk to Mr Fuller
We are finally up and running! Yesterday P4 twelve students came along to the first session with heaps of ideas on how we can improve hauora at Kuranui College.
The session started with a brainstorm of the pluses and minuses at Kuranui College for students.
The session ended with some Inquiry Question ideas:
Our next step is to put together our inquiry groups and begin the next step.