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Title:The inquiry Cycle
Author(s):Bertram C. Bruce
Subject(s):inquiry-based learning
inquiry cycle
teaching
learning
pedagogy
Abstract:Drawing from Dewey’s four impulses of the learner in The School and Society; the stages of reflective action from How We Think, and the fundamental idea that learning begins with the curiosity of the learner, we can envision a spiral path of inquiry: asking questions, investigating solutions, creating, discussing our discoveries and experiences, and reflecting on our new-found knowledge, and asking new questions. Each step in this process naturally leads to the next: inspiring new questions, investigations, and opportunities for authentic “teachable moments.” Each question leads to an exploration, which in turn leads to more questions to investigate.
Issue Date:2008-11-11
Citation Info:Bruce, Bertram C. (2008, November 11). The inquiry cycle [Website]. Retrieved from https://chipbruce.net/resources/inquiry-based-learning/the-inquiry-cycle/
Genre:website
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Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/96267
Date Available in IDEALS:2017-06-27


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