Should I teach content or turn students loose to figure out things on their own? This question is at the heart of the debate over teacher preparation for inquiry based learning.
Knowing when to teach directly, or allow for problem solving, is a high art. But that is what inquiry-based education demands. Inquiry based learning can invigorate teaching and motivate students to take charge of their own learning, however the critical question that needs to be asked is “how can inquiry-based learning lead to better results?”
To discuss this topic in detail we have invited Lee Wilson Director of Learning Technologies from Nexus International School, Singapore.
As a 1:1 laptop school (Year 6 and up), Nexus International school has worked hard to ensure that when technology is used, it facilitates new ways to learn or provides access to digital resources which support inquiry based learning across the curriculum.
Lee will be sharing an in-depth case-study on how the school has innovated and using AI technology to replace screen research time in order to lead effective group collaboration and questioning technique on a shared device in an inquiry based class.
Join Lee and other top educators from across Asia Pacific at EduTECH Asia happening on 8-10 November in Singapore. It’s going to be three days of exciting content. Make sure you are a part of it!
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