Inquiry-Based Learning in the Science Classroom

These middle school students are doing what could be very important work for the community while learning about the standards required for their course. The teacher does an awesome job of giving pieces to investigate to different groups and then bringing the students together to synthesize the findings to help them draw their conclusions.

Notice that the teachers says “it may last one class period or a series of class periods.” He’s not talking units here. He’s demonstrating every day work driven by inquiry. Our nature center is perfect for these types of inquiry lessons.

This video is 3 minutes well spent.


One thought on “Inquiry-Based Learning in the Science Classroom

  1. People need real and relevant work. Students are people. I’m very proud of the PBL work being done in White Oak ISD.

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