Four Steps for Improving Inquiry-Based Teaching and Learning. Jeff C. Marshall Clemson University 2009 NSTA Presentation. Agenda. Inquiry What is it? What does it look like? 4 critical components of effective inquiry-based teaching and learning Examples Your teaching practice.
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Jeff C. Marshall
2009 NSTA Presentation
SO…new ideas, motivation,…+ what improves learning?
So do you need more flash and bang?
Answer: NO, NO, NO, & NO
Rather—more focused, intentional, formative, minds-on, reflective teaching—BETTER TEACHING
multifaceted activity that involves students
gathering and analyzing data
communicating solutions and explanations
considering alternate hypotheses
Proficient Inquiry—is often guided but challenges students to think and problem solve within the context of critical content.
Although all are inter-related, each will be considered independently.