Inquiry based learning

What is inquiry-based learning? We all know this scene: an audition hall full of students or a conference room full of corporate workers – all […]

Learning Thursday #4: Is Constructivism an Effective Approach to Instructional Design?

Learning Thursday is a blog series that features a new L&D article every other week along with discussion points.  Read and then share your own ideas […]

How to Facilitate Inquiry-Based Learning through your Online Course?

Inquiry-based learning is an unorthodox method of learning which incorporates active participation of students by involving them in posing questions and bringing real-life experiences to […]

Discovery-Based and Inquiry-Based Learning

The development of modern online training has seen great progress in recent years due to the advancement of new technologies. Easy access to internet, computers, […]

Guest post: The PYP Exhibition – A Narrative

​In PYP, just like in life, it’s the journey which counts much more than the destination. Reaching the destination is but a small event, amidst […]

Do your students have room to discover?

It has been just over a year since I first launched BlendedLearners.com. The months since I wrote my first blog post have been the most exciting […]

Teaching Math for FNMI Students

  The dominant ways in which math has always been taught in our Western society includes drill, rote learning, and a focus on math ‘authorities’ […]

Feedback & Inquiry Twitter Chat Part II

The Feedback Friendly Classroom: Twitter chat Part II of Feedback and Inquiry: March 31, 9PM

14 Considerations for Inquiry Based Learning

  Inquiry is essential. The fact is that students come to school with partial knowledges.  But the curriculum documents themselves do not address the parts […]

Inquiry-Based Learning: From Teacher-Guided to Student-Driven

Inquiry-Based Learning: From Teacher-Guided to Student-Driven: PBL, Prbl, CBL and now Inquiry based...

What is inquiry-based learning?

An old adage states: “Tell me and I forget, show me and I remember, involve me and I understand. Inquiry implies involvement that leads to […]

The Learning Commons and the Holistic Integration of Information Technology

Originally created and shared by Deborah McCallum on https://sites.google.com/site/guidetoholisticeducation/librarianship: The purpose of this post is to provide examples of holistic instructional strategies involving information technology […]

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