Program Highlights

Panelists presenting at the Forum.

Highlights from the Teacher Inquiry in Action Forum

Program Highlights

More than 270 educators and supporters attended our annual Teacher Inquiry in Action Forum on March 20th! Thank you to everyone who came to celebrate the teacher leaders who are driving transformation in their districts and schools. Thanks as well to the remarkable teacher scholars and leaders who presented their inquiry learning. Because of all of you, the event was a huge success!

Forum attendees enjoying dinner on March 20th

The event opened with a dinner and wine reception and a chance to connect with colleagues from around the Bay.

Panelists presenting at the Forum.

In the breakout sessions, teacher scholars and leaders presented their inquiry learning, including their successes, challenges, and ongoing questions. Above: teachers from Montalvin Manor Elementary in WCCUSD and Lorenzo Manor Elementary in SLZUSD share their inquiry journeys.

Forum attendees discussing their ideas at a breakout session.

Attendees shared their own questions, dilemmas, and ideas about how teacher leadership can best support transformative learning for adults and students.

Two computer science teachers from Oakland Unified present their inquiry learning.

Above: Teacher scholars from Oakland Unified’s Computer Science inquiry group present their inquiry learning.

A teacher presents her inquiry learning in a "Flash" presentation.

In the “Flash”presentations, 15 teacher scholars and leaders presented their inquiry learning to small groups of colleagues in short rounds of listening and discussion. Above: Ericka Montes from Colonial Acres Elementary in SLZUSD shares her inquiry story.

Learn more about our upcoming events and workshops, including our new Certification in Adult Learning Through Collaborative Inquiry!