Inquiry-Based Teaching Implemented at Seton Catholic High School
Seton Catholic High School, in Chandler, Arizona is implementing Shared Inquiry to be used in the school’s English Language Arts Classrooms for the coming 2017-2018 school year. Under direction of Principal Victor Serna, and Assistant Principal David Sorkin, the school embarked on training their ELA staff in Junior Great Books, and Shared Inquiry on July 27th. The staff will be providing Inquiry-Based Teaching and Learning through English Literature to their students in Grades 9-12.
Pictured with Kelly Emanuel from the Great Books Foundation, is Ms. Bridgette O’Neill, who was extremely instrumental in bringing Shared Inquiry to Seton Catholic High School.
The mission of the Great Books Foundation is to advance the critical, reflective thinking and social and civic engagement of readers of all ages through Shared Inquiry™ discussion of works and ideas of enduring value.