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What is inquiry-based learning?
How does it differ from the traditional approach?
What does it have to do with my classroom?
What are the benefits of inquiry-based learning?
How has inquiry-based learning developed since it first became popular?
Another perspective
What are some critical perspectives?
How can I use inquiry-based learning in conjunction with other educational techniques?



How can I use inquiry-based learning in conjunction with other educational techniques?

Inquiry-based learning works well with many educational techniques discussed in our other workshops. Inquiry is an important part of multiple-intelligence work -- and cooperative and collaborative learning is inherently inquiry-based. Inquiry is also a key tool for learning in constructivism. Standards can be met with inquiry-based learning by ensuring that they are incorporated early in your planning and by guiding your students toward questions that will help them learn the required material.


Workshop: Inquiry-based Learning
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