Sunday, November 10, 2019

#VWEDU #DTA Inquiry-based learning: "Here's what you have to know." changes to "Here's how to find out things."

Inquiry-based learning: 
"Here's what you have to know."  changes to 
"Here's how to find out things."

Inquiry-based learning sets students to the task of collecting and organizing the content they are supposed to learn in the class.  They don't just learn that content, they practice the skills of collecting information.  And, about themselves, they learn what they can do.   This article is explicitly licensed Public Domain (CC0).
The Empty Classroom
Students off researching

Inquiry-based learning


DTA as facilitator

Collecting information

Organizing information


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