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The Partnership for Inquiry Learning, a program of the Butler University College of Education, provides ongoing and in-depth professional development to teachers in grades pre-K through 8, with emphasis on inquiry-based, student-centered workshop teaching in reading, writing, math and early childhood education.


Did you notice our new name and logo? We got a makeover this summer to better match the great programming you’ve come to expect from us.

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Our writer-in-residence shares what she learned from Matt Glover that has changed the way she confers with student writers.

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Peek inside real classrooms and discover alternatives to timed math tests inside this photo gallery.

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Discover the countless connections between literature and math with Butler University scholar Steve Bloom in Januar… https://t.co/TRh6r4r2oX
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Donalyn Miller, "the book whisperer" returns to Butler on Feb. 2 to talk about engaging students in nonfiction. Get… https://t.co/2KpFeAKChE
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ICYMI: We're offering an after school workshop to help you plan and teach a Literary Essay unit of study for grades… https://t.co/mkNJ3FhEeH
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