At Educan, we have a desire for answers. In order to find the answers we want, we have to come up with the right questions. Asking the appropriate questions is not an easy task; it is definitely challenging. We want our pupils to have this feeling, too.
By applying an Inquiry-based Learning approach, our pupils will have the chance to create and formulate many questions.
Maybe now you are the one asking a question: What is Inquiry-based Learning?
Here are two ways to describe it:
"Inquiry-based learning is more than asking a student what he or she wants to know. It’s about triggering curiosity. What inquiry-based teachers do isn’t easy at all; it’s just hidden, and some people confuse the two. Teachers hide the strategies they use to encourage inquiry, and the students develop their own skills as content-area experts."
We hope this helps.