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Wonders in Kindergarten: Leaf Inquiry

A Curiosity and Fascination with Leaves

We must abandon our idea of a static, knowable educator and move on to a view of an educator in a state of constant change and becoming. The role of the educator shifts from a communicator of knowledge to a listener, provocateur, documenter, and negotiator of meaning. Pacini-Ketchabaw et al., 2009, p. 103 (The Kindergarten Program, 2016) I start with the quote above because I think it's so important to understand the inquiry process not only for educators, but also for families who engage…

Wonders in Kindergarten: Leaf Inquiry

A Curiosity and Fascination with Leaves

We must abandon our idea of a static, knowable educator and move on to a view of an educator in a state of constant change and becoming. The role of the educator shifts from a communicator of knowledge to a listener, provocateur, documenter, and negotiator of meaning. Pacini-Ketchabaw et al., 2009, p. 103 (The Kindergarten Program, 2016) I start with the quote above because I think it's so important to understand the inquiry process not only for educators, but also for families who engage…

Wonders in Kindergarten: Leaf Inquiry

A Curiosity and Fascination with Leaves

We must abandon our idea of a static, knowable educator and move on to a view of an educator in a state of constant change and becoming. The role of the educator shifts from a communicator of knowledge to a listener, provocateur, documenter, and negotiator of meaning. Pacini-Ketchabaw et al., 2009, p. 103 (The Kindergarten Program, 2016) I start with the quote above because I think it's so important to understand the inquiry process not only for educators, but also for families who engage…

Wonders in Kindergarten: Leaf Inquiry

A Curiosity and Fascination with Leaves

We must abandon our idea of a static, knowable educator and move on to a view of an educator in a state of constant change and becoming. The role of the educator shifts from a communicator of knowledge to a listener, provocateur, documenter, and negotiator of meaning. Pacini-Ketchabaw et al., 2009, p. 103 (The Kindergarten Program, 2016) I start with the quote above because I think it's so important to understand the inquiry process not only for educators, but also for families who engage…

Wonders in Kindergarten: Leaf Inquiry

A Curiosity and Fascination with Leaves

We must abandon our idea of a static, knowable educator and move on to a view of an educator in a state of constant change and becoming. The role of the educator shifts from a communicator of knowledge to a listener, provocateur, documenter, and negotiator of meaning. Pacini-Ketchabaw et al., 2009, p. 103 (The Kindergarten Program, 2016) I start with the quote above because I think it's so important to understand the inquiry process not only for educators, but also for families who engage…

Wonders in Kindergarten: Leaf Inquiry

A Curiosity and Fascination with Leaves

We must abandon our idea of a static, knowable educator and move on to a view of an educator in a state of constant change and becoming. The role of the educator shifts from a communicator of knowledge to a listener, provocateur, documenter, and negotiator of meaning. Pacini-Ketchabaw et al., 2009, p. 103 (The Kindergarten Program, 2016) I start with the quote above because I think it's so important to understand the inquiry process not only for educators, but also for families who engage…

Wonders in Kindergarten: Leaf Inquiry

A Curiosity and Fascination with Leaves

We must abandon our idea of a static, knowable educator and move on to a view of an educator in a state of constant change and becoming. The role of the educator shifts from a communicator of knowledge to a listener, provocateur, documenter, and negotiator of meaning. Pacini-Ketchabaw et al., 2009, p. 103 (The Kindergarten Program, 2016) I start with the quote above because I think it's so important to understand the inquiry process not only for educators, but also for families who engage…

Wonders in Kindergarten: Leaf Inquiry

A Curiosity and Fascination with Leaves

We must abandon our idea of a static, knowable educator and move on to a view of an educator in a state of constant change and becoming. The role of the educator shifts from a communicator of knowledge to a listener, provocateur, documenter, and negotiator of meaning. Pacini-Ketchabaw et al., 2009, p. 103 (The Kindergarten Program, 2016) I start with the quote above because I think it's so important to understand the inquiry process not only for educators, but also for families who engage…

Wonders in Kindergarten: Leaf Inquiry

A Curiosity and Fascination with Leaves

We must abandon our idea of a static, knowable educator and move on to a view of an educator in a state of constant change and becoming. The role of the educator shifts from a communicator of knowledge to a listener, provocateur, documenter, and negotiator of meaning. Pacini-Ketchabaw et al., 2009, p. 103 (The Kindergarten Program, 2016) I start with the quote above because I think it's so important to understand the inquiry process not only for educators, but also for families who engage…

Wonders in Kindergarten: Leaf Inquiry

A Curiosity and Fascination with Leaves

We must abandon our idea of a static, knowable educator and move on to a view of an educator in a state of constant change and becoming. The role of the educator shifts from a communicator of knowledge to a listener, provocateur, documenter, and negotiator of meaning. Pacini-Ketchabaw et al., 2009, p. 103 (The Kindergarten Program, 2016) I start with the quote above because I think it's so important to understand the inquiry process not only for educators, but also for families who engage…

Wonders in Kindergarten: Leaf Inquiry

A Curiosity and Fascination with Leaves

We must abandon our idea of a static, knowable educator and move on to a view of an educator in a state of constant change and becoming. The role of the educator shifts from a communicator of knowledge to a listener, provocateur, documenter, and negotiator of meaning. Pacini-Ketchabaw et al., 2009, p. 103 (The Kindergarten Program, 2016) I start with the quote above because I think it's so important to understand the inquiry process not only for educators, but also for families who engage…

Wonders in Kindergarten: Leaf Inquiry

A Curiosity and Fascination with Leaves

We must abandon our idea of a static, knowable educator and move on to a view of an educator in a state of constant change and becoming. The role of the educator shifts from a communicator of knowledge to a listener, provocateur, documenter, and negotiator of meaning. Pacini-Ketchabaw et al., 2009, p. 103 (The Kindergarten Program, 2016) I start with the quote above because I think it's so important to understand the inquiry process not only for educators, but also for families who engage…

Wonders in Kindergarten: Leaf Inquiry

A Curiosity and Fascination with Leaves

We must abandon our idea of a static, knowable educator and move on to a view of an educator in a state of constant change and becoming. The role of the educator shifts from a communicator of knowledge to a listener, provocateur, documenter, and negotiator of meaning. Pacini-Ketchabaw et al., 2009, p. 103 (The Kindergarten Program, 2016) I start with the quote above because I think it's so important to understand the inquiry process not only for educators, but also for families who engage…

Wonders in Kindergarten: Leaf Inquiry

A Curiosity and Fascination with Leaves

We must abandon our idea of a static, knowable educator and move on to a view of an educator in a state of constant change and becoming. The role of the educator shifts from a communicator of knowledge to a listener, provocateur, documenter, and negotiator of meaning. Pacini-Ketchabaw et al., 2009, p. 103 (The Kindergarten Program, 2016) I start with the quote above because I think it's so important to understand the inquiry process not only for educators, but also for families who engage…

Wonders in Kindergarten: Leaf Inquiry

A Curiosity and Fascination with Leaves

We must abandon our idea of a static, knowable educator and move on to a view of an educator in a state of constant change and becoming. The role of the educator shifts from a communicator of knowledge to a listener, provocateur, documenter, and negotiator of meaning. Pacini-Ketchabaw et al., 2009, p. 103 (The Kindergarten Program, 2016) I start with the quote above because I think it's so important to understand the inquiry process not only for educators, but also for families who engage…

Wonders in Kindergarten: Leaf Inquiry

A Curiosity and Fascination with Leaves

We must abandon our idea of a static, knowable educator and move on to a view of an educator in a state of constant change and becoming. The role of the educator shifts from a communicator of knowledge to a listener, provocateur, documenter, and negotiator of meaning. Pacini-Ketchabaw et al., 2009, p. 103 (The Kindergarten Program, 2016) I start with the quote above because I think it's so important to understand the inquiry process not only for educators, but also for families who engage…