Inquiry-based learning is a student-centered approach to content and skills exploration. Students construct meaning through the exploration of their own questions.
But where do those inquiry questions come from? From observations and personal experiences! Check out these three super simple observation activities for inquiry-based learning inspiration.
Inquiry-based learning is a classroom or homeschool teaching strategy that puts students in the driver's seat. Rather than deliver students with tidbits of information that they may or may not resonate with, they ask their own questions about topics that interest them and stimulate curiosity. But how do they come up with GREAT questions?
Inquiry-based learning is essential for 21st-century learners. But what's inquiry-based learning, why is it so important, and how can you get started incorporating inquiry into your classroom or homeschool learning environment today? Let's go!
Project-based learning is a phenomenal teaching method that allows students to dig deeper into relevant, real-world, and meaningful concepts. PBL driving questions frame these valuable learning experiences.
Whether a project-based learning experience is teacher-led or student-directed, writing a driving question is often the first step in PBL design. It is also one of the biggest struggles.
Let's dive into exactly what a PBL driving question is and how to write them in a way that doesn't make you or your students want to pull your hair out!
To provide innovative educational resources for educators, parents, and students, that go beyond lecture and worksheets.
Sara Segar, experiential life-science educator and advisor, curriculum writer, and mother of two.