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Levels of Inquiry. Panhandle Area Educational Consortium 753 West Boulevard Chipley, FL 32428 www.paec.org. The Inquiry Continuum. LOW. Inquiry May Be. HIGH. Structured. Guided. Student-Initiated.

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levels of inquiry

Levels of Inquiry

Panhandle Area Educational Consortium

753 West Boulevard

Chipley, FL 32428

www.paec.org

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The Inquiry Continuum

LOW

Inquiry May Be

HIGH

Structured

Guided

Student-Initiated

Students may assume responsibility for determining procedure, but the teacher chooses question for investigation.

Students generate their own questions from a teacher-selected topic and design their own investigation.

Students engage in a hands-on activity and draw conclusions, but follow specific teacher instructions.

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Levels of Inquiry
  • Confirmation
    • Activity done to confirm principle
    • Results are known in advance
  • Structured Inquiry
    • Teacher presents question
    • Procedure is established in advance
    • Referred to as “cookbook” lab
  • Guided Inquiry
    • Teacher presents question
    • Students design or select procedures for investigation
    • Unlike “cookbook” labs, students develop their own method
  • Open Inquiry
    • Students develop research question
    • Students design or select procedure

Bell, Smetana & Binns, p. 33

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References

Bell, R., Smetana, L., & Binns, I. (2005). Simplifying inquiry instruction. The Science Teacher. 30-33.

Carin, A., Bass, J., & Contant, T. (2005). Methods for teaching science as inquiry. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.