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Inquiry training model by jangid ml

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  • 1. INQUIRY TRAINING MODEL jangidml@rediff.com
  • 2. INTRODUCTION Developed by Richard Suchman,1962. The model is useful for investigating & explaining unusual phenomena. Process including : Puzzle,Motivate,Stategies,Explore,Data,Logical,Co operate, Explanation etc. The general goal of inquiry training is to Jangid ML help students develop intellectual discipline & skills necessary to raise questions & search out answers stemming from curiosity. – Joyce, Weil & Calhoun 2
  • 3. STUDENTS –Expected that Curious Active Creative Do experiment Understand the problem & puzzle Jangid ML Solve the problem under guidance Analyzed & Explain 3
  • 4. ITM - STEPS Objectives Syntax Social System Principles of Reaction Support System Evaluation Application Jangid ML  Dark as per Joyce 4
  • 5. SYNTAX Phase I : Confrontation the Problem Phase II : Data gathering - verification Phase III : Data gathering -Experimentation Phase IV : Organizing & Formulating Phase V : Analysis of the inquiry Process Jangid ML 5
  • 6. SOCIAL SYSTEMEnvironment Role of teacher Cooperative  Controller Rigorous  Active Friendly  Facilitator Encourage  Guide Interaction  Resourceful Open-ended  Helper Jangid ML 6
  • 7. PRINCIPLES OF REACTION Interactive Help to students Answer no as Yes or No Student to inquire Jangid ML 7
  • 8. SUPPORT SYSTEM Optimal support by teachers Intellectual process Strategies of inquiry Resource materials on the situations Jangid ML 8
  • 9. ADVANTAGES OF INQUIRY TRAINING MODEL Active role of students Learning by doing Experimental Self confident Elaborate the problem Critical thinking Explanations Jangid ML 9
  • 10. THANKS !