Inquiry-Based Teaching: Preassessment Foldable

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Introduction: Inquiry-Based Teaching: Preassessment Foldable

The purpose of this foldable is to capture some of your initial ideas about Inquiry-Based Teaching. This is to be a preassessment. Don't try to learn about Inquiry-Based Teaching before completing this assignment. Just share what you already know and already think.

Step 1: Gather Your Supplies

  • Paper
  • Scissors
  • Writing Instrument

Step 2: Fold the Paper

Hot Dog Fold!

Step 3: Cut the Paper

  • Just cut the front part of the fold
  • Cut it into thirds

Step 4: Label Each Flap

Step 5: Define Inquiry

    Under the Center Flap

    • Again, don't look this up
    • Don't think too long about it
    • Just write the first sentence that comes to mind

    Step 6: Examples

      Under the Left Flap

      • Create a bulleted list
      • List examples of inquiry-based teaching
      • List characteristics of inquiry-based teaching
      • Whatever you think describes inquiry

      Step 7: Non-Examples

        Under the Right Flap

        • Create a bulleted list
        • What things would not be inquiry-based teaching
        • Again, give examples or characteristics
        • What would describe teaching that is not inquiry-based

        Be the First to Share

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          Comments

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          seamster
          seamster

          2 years ago

          This looks very good!

          A tip - keep in mind that you're publishing this live to a worldwide audience of Instructables readers with varied backgrounds. I'd recommend a little more background in your introduction as to what this is, and who it would be useful for. Using a photo of the literal thing you've made for your main/cover photo is always very helpful too. Good work, and welcome to the Instructables community! It's fantastic to see this kind of educator-focused content. Keep it up! : )