Module 2: Models of Student-centred Inquiry

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This module, from the STEM Projects Toolkit, considers the use of the inquiry-based approach in everyday teaching of STEM subjects, encouraging students to use initiative and make independent decisions. The resource compares different types of Inquiry Based Learning and includes approaches for differentiation and inclusion.

[b]Contents[/b]
2.1 Introduction
2.2 The continuum of Inquiry Based Learning (IBL) approaches
2.3 Comparing types of IBL
* Open inquiry
2.3(ii) Moving from IBL to independent project work
* Types of scientific enquiry
* Planning for inclusion
* Using differentiation strategies to support inclusion
* Pitching inquiry questions at the appropriate level of challenge for students

The STEM Projects Toolkit was produced by the British Science Association and written by Linda Scott.

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