Inquiry Based Learning

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Inquiry Based Learning by Mind Map: Inquiry Based Learning

1. Conceptual Theme Most Important to This Lesson

2. Habits of Mind/Ground Rules Being Emphasized

3. Learning Objectives and Expected Outcome

4. Explore by observing and investigating.

4.1. Communicate and share by writing and discussing.

5. Analyze and describe findings.

5.1. Reflect on what has been learned.

6. Conceptual; understanding is improved when students learn mathematics by engaging inquiry learning

7. Students who learned mathematics in an open project based approach develop superior conceptual understanding to their counterparts who had learned the same subject matter, through a traditional textbook approach.

8. Proven to have positive effect on student's acquisition retention of conceptual understanding

9. Inquiry classrooms are open systems where students are encouraged to search and make use of resources beyond the classroom and the school.

10. The role of the teacher becomes one of facilitating the learning process. The teacher also becomes a learner by finding out more about the learner and the process of inquiry learning.

10.1. Materials

10.2. Personel

10.3. Services

10.4. Duration

11. Student Achievement or success

11.1. Supporting Staff

12. "Inquiry" is defined as "a seeking for truth, information, or knowledge -- seeking information by questioning.

13. Students' role

13.1. 2. Extent

13.1.1. 1. Included

13.1.2. 2. Excluded

14. Best Practice!

15. Specific Content

15.1. Schedule

15.2. Budget

15.3. Resources

15.4. Delays

16. Teachers role

16.1. Requirements

17. Sources and Resources Needed/Available

18. Potential Roadblocks to Learning

19. Inquiry Attributes Already Possessed by Learners

20. Questions and Types of Questions to Be Raised and Explored

21. . Appropriate Sources and Resources to Effectively Monitor Progress

22. Professional Preparation