Inquiry-based learning and teaching strives to make learning more interactive and connected to everyday students' lives. As such, Inquiry-based learning is a more student centered way of learning that uses teachers as facilitators of new knowledge. The intended audience for this wiki is educators, and as such, this wiki intends to supply educators with resources in which they can do further reading and research about the topic. As seen in our concept map below, we have divided up the topic into four sections: Characteristics, Resources, Lessons, and Strategies. Within each area, one can find many areas in which to explore.
The objectives of this project were to: i) describe the experience of implementing Problem-Based Learning in an online course over three consecutive academic years, ii) analyse the learning environment generated, iii) discuss impacts on students’ active participation, based on the analysis of their interactions.
As online and blended learning has become common place educational strategy in higher education, educators need to reconceptualise fundamental issues of teaching, learning and assessment in non traditional spaces. These issues include concepts such as validity and reliability of assessment in online environments in relation to serving the intended purposes, as well as understanding how formative assessment functions within online and blended learning.
Proyecto financiado por la fundación Flora Hewlet que ofrece una coleccíón de recursos de soporte al docente para elaborar PBL. "PBLU (in beta) currently has nine project based projects you may choose to use in your classroom. The current projects are focused in ELA and math and range from third grade through high school. Projects include Back in the Day (high school, nonfiction writing), Choose Your Own Adventure (Grade 4, ELA/Social Studies, I Know What You’re Thinking (8th Grade, Math) and Schoolyard Habitat Project (Grades 3 – 5, Science). More projects will be added, and you may make suggestions."
In recent years, most students in my project-based AP Government classes have indicated, in both class discussions and anonymously on surveys, that they prefer project-based learning to a more tradit...
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