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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.

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Hear and see a typical day in Samantha Cusick’s 1st grade reading workshop. Learn more about conferring, reading partners, and the structure of a lesson from teaching point through the final share.

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20 years and counting! How has our professional development affected the teaching and learning of writing in 20 years? See for yourself.

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See how math games and strategic socialization helped this kindergarten student become more efficient in fact fluency and articulate the problem solving strategies she used.

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