&“At first I thought it was going to be reallyboring of a speech, but then it started talkingabout relevant topics that I knew and caredabout.” “I was intrigued to think more about the web than I had thought before, to go really in- depth with the web in a way I hadn’t thought of before.”“I always thought Google was completelyequal when searching. Now I see thatGoogle changes from person to person.”
“In the Inquiry Method, studentsare guided to explore content toanswer particular questions.These questions are often "big"questions that cannot be satisfiedwithout considering the viewpointof multiple disciplines.”
Which is moreeffective in theclassroom:asking questions orproviding answers?
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