date_range 开始2015年7月1日
event_note 结束于2015年8月26日
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INQ101x is designed with primary and secondary school teachers in mind, though teacher candidates, higher education instructors, and other educators may also find it relevant. This course explores STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) learning and discusses some of the major themes and challenges of integrating inquiry and technology as a community of practitioners. Throughout this course, we will collect and share resources and exchange ideas about what works for specific topics and age groups.  We also support design groups to collaboratively develop a new lesson.

In six weeks, this course will cover the following topics: Inquiry and student-centered pedagogy; designing lessons and assessments; collaborative learning, Handheld and mobile devices; knowledge co-construction; and inquiry enactment.

Participation options

INQ101x offers two parallel participation options: Foundations strand and Design strand. You can complete INQ101x and obtain a certificate through the foundations strand and engage in reflection, peer discussion, and lesson design evaluation. You can become more deeply involved in lesson design with your peers by entering the Design strand. Enrolled learners have the option to move between the two strands throughout the course.

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  • Research-informed, design-oriented approach to teaching with technology and inquiry.
  • Knowledge of important themes in lesson design, enactment, and student learning.
  • How to identify affordances of various technologies for teaching/learning.


  • Jim Slotta
  • Rosemary Evans


University of Toronto
Established in 1827, the University of Toronto has one of the strongest research and teaching faculties in North America, presenting top students at all levels with an intellectual environment unmatched in depth and breadth on any other Canadian campus.



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