Among the key features of the Network from its very inception is that participation in networked inquiry is always open and always voluntary. We also expect school teams to include principals, vice principals, teachers, support staff and cultural workers – with everyone leaving their formal role at the door to enter into inquiry with genuine curiosity and a spirit of teamwork. We also know that micro grants go a long way to both saying ‘thank you’ and to providing a tangible form of recognition for sharing school level work with a broader audience. We believe that it is critically important to create a space for school teams from across districts to meet with one another – both face-to-face and on-line. This year is no exception.
This year, there are four areas of inquiry in which schools can become involved. Templates for each of the four inquiry areas are available on our website (click on the links below).