探究性教育唤醒创新

  • Inquiry-based education awakens curiosity, wonder, and purpose in students. It elicits the evidence that we need to demonstrate students’ skills and their understanding of new standards. For teachers that means it is necessary to learn how to create classrooms that instill in students the drive for inquiry and innovation that they will need to succeed beyond the school doors 

    So what is inquiry-based education and how, as a teacher, do you master it?  

    Inquiry-based education simply means that if we want students to change the world, teachers must change their classrooms to foster inquiry and innovation. Inquiry-based education is about preparing students for the ever-changing world we live in and preparing them for careers in the 21st 世纪. 

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    一个基于探究的课堂

    To fully take this 方法 to the next level teachers need to modify their 课堂管理 to instill in students the drive for inquiry and innovation that they will need to succeed. 要做到这一点, 教师可以使用20%的时间, 天才小时, and Project-Based Learning to make students more creative, 好奇的, 从事学习, and self-motivated―the kind of people we need to move society forward.  

    20%的创新时间在课堂上

    教室里20%, 或天才小时, is an idea that simply means giving students an hour a week to focus on whatever they want. The concept has its roots in the business world and began with the 3M corporation, which allowed employees to use 15% of their time to work on their own projects. The concept was later adopted by Google and increased to 20% time. As one example, this led to the creation of Gmail. 

    In a traditional learning environment, teachers plan 教训 and direct students with set goals. But some are now experimenting with passion-based learning, which involves students spending an hour a week on something they choose to study. 

    探究式教育是如何运作的

    最近的一篇文章 Guardian 解释这是如何工作的. The article by Teacher Adam Schoenbart explains how he put passion-based learning into practice by allowing his students a class period per week to focus on what they were passionate about. The kids brainstormed what they wanted to focus on many ideas were based on career aspirations or college studies. The results included such topics as studying the possibility of colonizing Mars, 双语对大脑的影响, 足球的力量,建立社区, how music affects teenage psychology and the statistics of Blackjack. 

    学生们每周都要交作业, and had deadlines for submitting short blogposts updating Schoenbart on their progress and for writing an annotated bibliography. These checkpoints helped Schoenbart assess progress and give consistent feedback. Investigations resulted in a final piece of work showing their learning. Students got to choose how to present their final projects, with submissions ranging from presentations to videos and websites.
    One drama club student, for example, interviewed experts about how to become a successful actor. 她创建了一个网站, 共享资源, 建议, and expertise for students who wanted to pursue an acting career. Some students investigated the role of police racism and bias in law enforcement. They researched the topic and interviewed local police officers about how it affects the community. 

    探究创新资源

    BET9九卅娱乐在线登录官网这个话题的资源- 课堂探究与创新 由一个.J. Juliani – provides easy ways to implement these ideas while meeting the Common Core standards and still allowing plenty of time for content instruction.  

    朱利安尼的书有以下特点: 

    • Research on the benefits of inquiry-based learning  
    • Connections to the Common Core State Standards 
    • 这个领域的故事和例子 
    • Exciting ideas for using 20% Time, 天才小时, and PBL at various grade levels 
    • Tips for preparing parents and administration for your new instruction 
    • Ideas for expanding your knowledge and continually learning in this area. 
    • Classroom applications for each chapter, including sample projects and resources. 
    • Bonus content with reproducible materials that you can use in your classroom right now, 比如学生清单, 问题, 教训, 和单元计划 

    全面创新教育

    Inquiry-based learning isn’t about standards or grades. The concept is about empowering students to own their learning. It has been found by many teachers that when students care or are excited they do more and do it better. The idea is that too much student learning is micro-managed and controlled. By allowing students to work on projects they choose and are passionate about it creates a well-rounded education. 

    Are you a teacher who wants to learn more about how to implement this 课堂管理 方法?