The price is per registrant. To fully participate and get the most out of this webinar, it is important for each individual to register and have access to his or her own microphone or telephone headset as well as a personal computer or tablet.
We reserve the right to cancel courses that do not meet our minimum registration. Please do not make travel arrangements until you receive a confirmation notice or contact us to verify that your course is confirmed. Your full registration is forfeited if you cancel within 20 days of the start of the course.
This course prepares you to begin using the Great Books Foundation's Shared Inquiry™ method of learning through reading and discussion with students at all levels. You will learn questioning strategies that keep discussions lively and focused and that improve students' reading, critical thinking, writing, and oral communication skills. You will also practice writing interpretive questions and using follow-up questions to involve students of all ages and proficiency levels. See how our interpretive activities support student learning and meet state and district standards.
The content of this course is similar to that of the on-site Shared Inquiry Essentials course, but the format is different. The first six hours of the course are taught in three live two-hour webinars. The remainder of the course is online and covers several key areas of the Shared Inquiry method, including the core lessons and activities and tips for asking effective follow-up questions. The online portion is entirely self-paced and takes about four hours to complete. Those who complete the three-day webinar and the online modules will earn the Shared Inquiry Leader badge. To learn more about the Great Books Foundation’s badges view our credentials.
Continuing education credit may also be available, subject to the approval of the governing institution.
Please check out our upcoming courses. If you don't see one that fits your schedule, please contact us to add your name to a course waiting list or to learn about hosting a Great Books course for your school or district.