Inquiry Based Learning--What is it and What Does it Look Like?
5 years ago
By Joe Mead
Inquiry-based teaching and learning is the cornerstone of the International Baccalaureate Program. In a contructivist classroom (inquiry-based) the teacher is not simply the provider of information for students to absorb and then spill out on a page for a test, but a facilitator who guides the curious minds of his or her students. We strongly encourage parents and guardians to visit their student's classroom to see the student-driven, collaborative process at work! Check out the videos below for some great definitions and examples of inquiry-based teaching and learning.
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International Baccalaureate Status for PYP
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International Baccalaureate Status for MYP
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