Personalized Digital Inquiry emphasizes the personal relationships that we build, the role that digital texts and tools play, and the way in which we cultivate a culture that inspires learners to grow and change in relevant ways. Dr. Julie Coiro is a professor of reading and digital literacy at the University of Rhode Island, landing here after having taught PreK - 8 students with learning disabilities. In addition to speaking nationally and internationally, Dr. Coiro works with educators to support their understanding of digital inquiry as part of comprehension strategy instruction designed to foster engaged reading and deeper learning.
SHOW NOTES / RESOURCES:
From Curiosity to Deep Learning: Personal Digital Inquiry in Grades K-5 Companion Website (includes Discussion Guide, templates, links to texts and tools introduced in the book and more) http://bit.ly/PDInquiry
Slideshare to more information about Personal Digital Inquiry http://bit.ly/ILA2019PDI
Coiro, J. (2017, December). Building young readers through inquiry.
Coiro, J. (2018, February). Purposeful uses of technology for literacy and learning through inquiry in grades K-5.
Summer Institute in Digital Literacy https://www.digiuri.com/
Julie Coiro’s Research https://uri.academia.edu/JulieCoiro
Self-Reflection Sheet, 8 Cultural Forces > bit.ly/PDIReflect