Browse by Subject "Inquiry-based learning"

  • Bruce, Bertram C.; Casey, Leo (Taylor & Francis Group, 2012)
    Introduces the practice of inquiry and discusses the case for it as a signature pedagogy for digital literacy. The Inquiry Cycle is presented as a summary of important aspects of inquiry. Further, the Practice Profile of ...

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  • Bruce, Bertram C.; Pecore, John L. (International Association of Educators (INASED), 2013-02)
    Progressive education is a pedagogical movement that emphasizes student-centered learning experiences and that incorporates aspects such as learning by doing, valuing diversity, integrated curriculum, problem solving, ...

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  • Benson, Alexis; Bruce, Bertram C. (Taylor and Francis Group, 2001)
    Inquiry-based learning strives to make learning more meaningful to the learner, however many classrooms provide little evidence of student inquiry. One reason for this is the lack of support for teachers interested in ...

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  • Hogan, Maureen P.; Bruce, Bertram C. (International Association of Educators (INASED), 2013-10-06)
    Progressive education, though its meaning be contested, is the basic idea that schools should be agents of democracy. To reform society, we must reform the schools. The converse is also true: Change in schooling is realizable ...

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