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

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Come inside Laura Ann Hayden’s 3rd and 4th grade classroom to learn more about fact fluency and maintenance. Discover alternatives to timed math tests, and see how Ms. Hayden assesses understanding and records progress. 

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