This workshop will share ideas for rigorous and equitable instruction at a distance using Argument-Driven Inquiry (ADI) Online Investigations for Remote or Blended Instruction. Use ADI Online Courses to facilitate interactive learning experiences online. ADI Investigations are now available in a student-facing format online! We will review student and teacher views. While this is a paid resource, there are a host of free resources that you can garner ideas from investigation ideas!
What is Argument-Driven Inquiry (ADI)? Argument-Driven Inquiry is an 8-stage instructional approach that can be integrated into any science, math, or engineering curriculum. Teachers can use this instructional approach to provide students with authentic and educative lab activities that will enable them to learn the core ideas, crosscutting concepts and scientific practices that they need to know to be proficient in science.
Leeanne Gleim is a pilot teacher and co-author in the Argument-Driven Inquiry in Biology and Life Science Books. She is passionate about supporting teachers with rigorous and equitable science instruction for grades 3-12.