You want to convey a skill. Work with a
partner on a problem-based scenario and
how you would assess their success.
Problem-based learning (PBL) is a
student-centered instructional strategy
in which students collaboratively solve
problems and reflect on their experiences.
Learning is driven by challenging,
Students in small collaborative groups.
Teachers as facilitators.
Inquiry-based learning’s core premises
include the requirement that learning
should be based around student's
questions and new knowledge should be
built based on previous information.
Emphasizes constructivist ideas of
Learning proceeds best in group
Teacher does not communicate
knowledge, but facilitates.
Topic, problem to be studied, and
methods used to answer this problem are
determined by the student and not the
Given what you know of educational
theory so far, and Inquiry Guided
Instruction, what are the reasons you
might be inclined to use Inquiry Guided
Instruction? How might you incorporate
this into your teaching? (How) Would
your active learning incorporate
Inquiry Guided Instruction principles?
At this point we’ve covered a number of
different concepts. Let’s take a minute to
discuss the relationships between them.
Conversation Theory is a framework that
explains how interactions lead to
quot;construction of knowledge.quot;
A focus on the relationships among the
Explicit explanation or manipulation of
the subject (e.g., use of teachback)
Individual's differ in their preferred
manner of learning relationships
(serialists versus holists).
Active learning *
Problem based learning *
Inquiry based learning *