Module 3: Moving From Teacher-led to Student-led Lessons and Projects

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This module of the STEM Projects Toolkit considers how to move from traditional teacher-led individual lessons to student-designed and student-led inquiry based lessons and projects. The emphasis is on guiding students and encouraging them to explore and research topics, actively participate in the learning process, collaborate and discuss, and then arrive at answers themselves.

[b]Contents[/b]
3.1 Identifying the extent of Inquiry-Based Learning (IBL) taking place in your own lessons
3.2 Planning for IBL - posing appropriate questions for students to answer
3.3 Classroom and resource management for student inquiries and projects
3.4 Why expand participation in STEM fairs?

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

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