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  • Examples Of Community Of Inquiry

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    1.2.1 Community of Inquiry (CI) In some studies, community of inquiry (CI) is referred to as ‘Community of Philosophical Inquiry’ or CoPI (e.g in Hannam & Echeverria, 2009), and ‘collaborative philosophical inquiry’ (e.g in Millett & Tapper, 2010). Community of inquiry is a group of people who are thinking together in order to increase their understanding and appreciation of the world. It is a journey of moral and philosophical exploration. It is a free environment to discuss critically, creatively

  • Analysis Of Stanley 's Teaching With Sharp 's Idea Of Establishing Communities Of Inquiry

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    idea of establishing “communities of inquiry”? Differences? Has Sarah Stanley created a “community of inquiry”? Philosophy with young children video: Sarah Stanley (South Africa): Yes, I did see many similarities in Stanley’s teaching with Sharp’s idea of establishing “communities of inquiry”. There was a strong emphasis on listening to the children during their whole group and peer discussions. Stanley mentions that in order to enforce a community of inquiry teachers have to “stop telling and start

  • Questions On Science : Science Inquiry

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    Elementary Methods Unit 5: Science Inquiry in the Classroom Summary: In today?s traditional science classroom, teachers are the givers of knowledge and present the required information in either a lecture or presentation method. Students are expected to sit quietly, take notes and retain the information for the test at the end of the unit. When student do engage in science activities, they do not often connect the concept with the activity with causes a lack of student understanding and retention

  • The Inquiry Approach to Learning Essay

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    Inquiry is an interactive way of learning. Students are actively engaged in their studies. Inquiry involves student-centered activities focusing on questioning, exploring, and posing explanations. The goal of inquiry is to introduce a new way of learning where students can learn about the world around them through active engagement in real-life examples. Inquiry based learning can be incorporated into all academic subjects throughout the curriculum. Science could possibly be the most effective

  • Inquiry On The Humanities Classroom Essay

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    Inquiry Learning in the Humanities Classroom 1.0 What is Inquiry Learning in Humanities and Social Sciences? Humanities and Social sciences is one of the most important subjects in the Australian Curriculum because it leads students into learning about people and how people interact with each other and the environment. It is foundational to sustainable practices and civic responsibility. As parents, you may remember Geography; History; Business and Economics; and Civics and Citizenship as being

  • A Lesson Comes From My 11th Grade Modern American History Class

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    better understand just how different they were. This lesson and unit are extremely important because we still face challenges today when dealing with both Russia and China and students need to understand the roots of these challenges. Confirmation Inquiry After reading the ten pillars of Communism from Marx’s Communist Manifesto and the Bill of Rights, students will respond to the question “In what ways do Marx’s ideas conflict with the Bill of Rights?” They will then pick one of ten pillars and

  • A Research Study On Cancer Telephone Helplines

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    Cancer telephone helplines have been in existence for nearly four decades and continue to gradually grow in popularity. Trained specialists are available 24 hours a day to answer any questions, provide information, and offer callers emotional support in order to help them cope with what they may be experiencing. These helplines are not only for cancer patients, but also for their caregivers, friends, family, or anyone with a general interest in learning about or discussing cancer with a specialist

  • The Stages Of Critical Thinking

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    Critical Thinking, Written/Oral Communication and Shared Inquiry, serving as reflective tools to aid in identifying the progress of my learning journey, while participating in Seminar 102: Western Tradition I. Of the thirteen learning outcomes provided, I will describe the progression of my learnings through the lens of Shared Inquiry learning outcome: Pursue new and enriched understandings of the texts through sustained collaborative inquiry. This particular learning outcome fostered both new and

  • adolescent mother Essay

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    This essay is a reflection of my inquiry based learning on Adolescent mother and the knowledge I gained through this type of learning process. It  not only helped me better understand about adolescent mother, but also helped me recognize causes symptoms like post natal depression to adolescent mother and the best care option to properly manage this kind of condition . So, while learning about adolescent mother through enquiry based learning process, I found post natal depression a very curious theme

  • The Cloud Of Cloud Computing

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    : Cloud computing is the well-known model used for storing huge amount of data over the internet and provides the convenient mechanisms to access the information. Since it is keeping up enormous measures of assets, its protection and security are the major issues. The cloud administration suppliers are not trusted and unethical, so information is to be secured. Still, some information might be accessible that the data proprietor does not wish for progress data to the cloud unless query confidentiality