Key Component of Inquiry Based Learning Strategy

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     According to Li (2012: 7) there are five  general  challenges  in  designing  inquiry-based  learning: Klik to Download Filenya

  1. Motivating  students  to  engage  in  inquiry-based  learning;  
  2. Students  mastering  inquiry  strategies  (for example, interpret problems, data collection and analysis); 
  3. Covering enough content knowledge of the topic for inquiry-based learning; 
  4. Students managing and coordinating complex activities and resources in open-ended  inquiry-based  learning;  
  5. Practical  constraints  of  the  learning context  (lack of  technology,  large  class size, and so on). Klik to Download Filenya

   Based on Chu (2008: 12) the implementation of an IBL approach in schools includes the following seven key components.

  1. Students are provided with rich information sources
  2. Students are equipped with information literacy skills
  3. Aclimate of inquiry is created in the classroom 
  4. Scaffolding support is provided to students in developing driving questions
  5. Students go through an information-seeking process
  6. Students develop their own research process
  7. Students learn to present their findings. Klik to Download Filenya

   In addition Alberta (2004: 4) Classrooms where teachers emphasize inquiry-based learning have the following characteristics: 

  1. Inquiry is in the form of authentic (real-life) problems within the context of the curriculum and/or community. 
  2. The inquiry capitalizes on student curiosity. 
  3. Data and information are actively used, interpreted, refined, digested and discussed. 
  4. Teachers, students and teacher-librarian collaborate. 
  5. Community and society are connected with the inquiry. 
  6. The teacher models the behaviours of inquirer. 
  7. The teacher uses the language of inquiry on an ongoing basis. 
  8. Students take ownership of their learning. 
  9. The teacher facilitates the process of gathering and presenting information. 
  10. The teacher and students use technology to advance inquiry. 
  11. The teacher embraces inquiry as both content and pedagogy. 
  12. The teacher and students interact more frequently and more actively than during traditional teaching. 
  13. There is an identifiable time for inquiry-based learning. Klik to Download Filenya

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