Following COVID-19 confinement, the ISP Centre for Research and Professional Development will continue its research and assessment of distance learning practices. We will pay particular attention to the role of the educator, which is rapidly evolving in response to the complexities of our new social and political landscapes. "Research the ISP Way" is our theme for 2020-21 and our mantra as we continue to develop our Human Library and launch DIRection, our research tools platform. To find out more about our projects, please contact us at email@example.com. We hope to transform isolation into relationships, sharing insight that will help us think differently about learning and teaching in a new era.
Researchers are at the centre of the ISP research network. Mentors assist researchers by providing necessary support, including methodological advice or assistance in presenting a research project. The Steering Committee members set the strategic direction and goals for the Centre in addition to providing guidance in important domains, such as ethics. Curators recruit and train mentors and celebrate community achievements.
All members of the learning community will understand that they are the link between what we know and what we have not yet discovered.
ISP Research Centre Steering Committee, 2019
In all IB programmes, teaching is based on inquiry. A strong emphasis is placed on students finding their own information and constructing their own understandings.
The International Baccalaureate, 2017
The natural counterpoint to an inquiry-based curriculum is a research-led organisation.
Simon Murray, 2017
To learn more, or to join the network, please contact:
The ISP Research Centre Steering Committee, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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