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Inquiry-Based Learning at Work

by Professor at University of Illinois on May 15, 2008

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Presented at the Learning at Work Seminar: Practical Responses to the Future Skills Challenge

Presented at the Learning at Work Seminar: Practical Responses to the Future Skills Challenge
National College of Ireland, 15 May, 2008

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  • leocasey Leo Casey, Director of Learning and Teaching Research at National College of Ireland Learning at Work
    The Inquiry Cycle –These are comments from the discussion following Chip Bruce’s and Leo Casey’s presentations at the Learning at Work Seminar at National College of Ireland 15th of may 2008

    Comments from Group Session


    • We need to think about the way we advertise courses and opportunities –perhaps tapping into people’s curiosity more.
    • How do we make people more aware, give them a voice?
    • Many of today’s engineered processes allow for no deviation from a fixed way of doing things –surely this does not support an inquiry cycle.
    • Consider the importance of informal learning much can be learned on the job, at breaks also, but is not always recognised.
    • The academic community needs to loosen up and allow for flexible forms of accreditation.
    • Innovation needs to be better understood as a concept, often it’s about making things simpler rather than more complicated.
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