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    1. 1. Inquiry Based LearningDiffusion and Integration Of Technology In Education By Tenai Bullock
    2. 2. Innovation In Action… “Inquiry based instruction is  ‘Inquiry based learning is an based on John Dewey’s instructional method philosophy that education developed during the begins with the curiosity of discovery learning movement the learner, we use a spiral path to inquiry, asking of the 1960’s. Inquiry learning questions, investigating is a form of active learning , solutions.” where progress is assessed by In addition, creating new how well students develop knowledge as we gather experimental and analytical information, discussing our skills rather than how much discoveries and experiences, knowledge they possess and reflecting on our new (wikipedia.com,Inquiry- found knowledge based_learning). (www.cii.Illonois.edu/InquiryPa ge.)
    3. 3. Innovation In Action..• ”The lead thinkers for this innovation based on wikipedia, “John Dewey, Piaget and Vgotsky because they all believed that knowledge is built in a step-wise fashion and learning proceeds best in group situations (wikipedia, Inquiry-based_learning).
    4. 4. Hills And Valleys And Inquiry”The lead thinkers for this innovation based on wikipedia, “John Dewey, Piaget and Vgotsky because they all believed that knowledge is built in a step-wise fashion and learning proceeds best in group situations (wikipedia, Inquiry-based_learning).
    5. 5. From Inquiry to Innovation ‘In the years 2005 until current years, inquiry based learning is an innovation that more and more schools and educators are implementing in their classrooms due to increased demand for students to think critically and analyze the data they are given for various subjects, including science and math. Educators are being asked to “think outside the box” to engage their students in activities and lessons that reinforce the concept of cooperative learning groups and higher order thinking skills.
    6. 6. From Inquiry to Innovation From 1840-1950: the emergence of  First “cyber school” launched in Eugene, Or; correspondence schools in Europe, 1st online university launched- Jones Iowa, NY and Latter Day Saint’s International University, the term “e- University. learning” arrives on the landscape and e- From 1951- 1982: the launching of PBS learning 2.0 emerges as a new term in the educational TV programs, British Open distance learning lexicon. University is founded and Dr. Michael  2009-Present: portability of technology and Moore publishes the first theory of wireless devices; immersive learning distance education. environments ( From 1982-1999: the National www.usdla.org/mini_websites/timeline/start.html University Teleconferencing Network is created, the American Study of  The percentage of people engaged in distance Distance Education is created at education has been steadily increasing over Pennsylvania State University and the the past 120 years to. The information on the U.S. Department of Education creates S-curve shows that over the years the Star Schools. participants in online education have steadily increased and predicted to increase even more in the future.
    7. 7. S-Curve S-Curve for Inquiry Based Learning 2020 2000 1980 1960Introduction of e-learning 1940 1920 Series1 1900 1880 1860 1840 1820 0 5 10 15 20 25 Percentage in Society
    8. 8. Who is Curious About Inquiry “An inquiry based learning approach has been increasingly promoted as a mainstream teaching approach, especially since the implementation of the No Child Left Behind, in 2001, education initiative (wikipedia,Inquiry- based_learning).The marketing of inquiry based learning is directed towards educators, particularly, science educators. As stated in wikipedia,” is open learning and teaching in that students have to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the results they collect them and decide their value. Open lessons are more dynamic and less predictable than traditional lessons (wikipedia,Inquiry-based_learning).
    9. 9. Attributes of Innovators III. I believe that observability and relative• The early adopters in my field of work advantage are the best combination of would be educators, administrators and district supervisors because they are attributes to help this innovation reach the ones responsible for providing critical mass because observability has direct and indirect instruction for to do with how society is observing or students. The strategies that I feel are most persuasive in making sure they analyzing your innovation and relative adopt the innovation are compatibility advantage has to do with how society is because the inquiry learning strategy is adapting to your innovation. essential for building students’ comprehension and knowledge.• The laggards in terms of rejecting this innovation are people who are not familiar or comfortable with allowing students to guide their learning and instructional activities. The strategies that I feel would help them move forward in adopting this innovation would be for educators to engage themselves in inquiry based learning staff developments to see how their students would experiment with the new learning process.
    10. 10. Critical Mass• I believe that a decentralized approach would work best in the adoption of my innovation because inquiry based learning can be solved using a variety of methods in addition to multiple approaches. Limiting the approach to a more centralized approach will lead to a narrow viewpoint of how to solve the problem and that is the exact opposite to inquiry based learning.• The key agents of change in my organization are educators-teachers in particular, because they are the ones who are in direct contact with the students and they are the facilitators of the key concepts and topics the students need to be mastering.• I believe that this innovation has met critical mass in society because in today’s classrooms the curriculum is being driven by more inquiry based learning and cooperative learning groups. The students are then being evaluated using these new standards on their state assessments by having their assessments delivered to them on the computer and the questions are no longer only multiple choice but more open ended with more than one solution.
    11. 11. Inquiry Leads To Champions• “A growing body of research demonstrates that students learn more deeply if they are engaged in activities that require applying classroom-gathered knowledge to real-world problems ( www.edutopia.org/inquiry-project-learning-research).”• We as educators are in the business of shaping young minds and inquiry learning is about developing those young minds.• Students are more successful when they are taught how to learn as well as what to learn (www.edutopia.org/inquiry-project-learning-research).”• Let’s continue to create creative, innovative learners who will one day sit where we are and make decisions that will impact the world!• Inquiry based learning is just that a question based learning problem that we have the solution to- innovation in learning and education that leads to successful students.
    12. 12. References www.cii.Illonois.edu/InquiryPage.  www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inquiry-based_learning.  www.usdla.org/mini_websites/timeline/start.html. www.youtube.com/garfield/window/shades www.youtube.com/mountian/view/elementary/school. www.youtube.com/talahi/elementary/ science/express. www.youtube.com/using/inquiry/circles. (www.edutopia.org/inquiry-project-learning-research).”

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