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Inquiry based learning


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  • Q1
    Which of the following is a key principle of Inquiry based learning?
    Actively exploring topics through questioning and investigation.
    Encouraging students to ask questions and seek solutions on their own.
    Providing all the answers to students upfront and encouraging passive learning through lectures.
    Fostering curiosity and exploration through questioning.
  • Q2
    What is the primary role of the instructor in an Inquiry based learning approach?
    Controlling every aspect of the learning process.
    Facilitating and guiding students' inquiry process.
    Dictating solutions to ensure uniform understanding.
    Encouraging innovative approaches and diverse perspectives.
  • Q3
    How does Inquiry based learning differ from traditional lecture-based teaching?
    Inquiry based learning does not involve any form of interaction between the instructor and students.
    In lecture-based teaching, students primarily listen actively, while in Inquiry-based learning, they listen passively and engage through questioning and exploration.
    Inquiry based learning emphasizes active student engagement and exploration, while traditional lecture-based teaching is more instructor-centered.
    Traditional lecture-based teaching encourages students to ask questions and seek solutions on their own.
  • Q4
    What is one of the main goals of incorporating Inquiry based learning in college education?
    To widen students' creativity and independent thinking.
    To develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills in students.
    To discourage students from exploring new ideas and perspectives.
    To enhance their memorization of the  facts and information through questioning.
  • Q5
    How does Inquiry based learning promote student engagement and motivation?
    By mandating strict guidelines for student learning.
    By discouraging students from exploring outside resources.
    By allowing students to pursue their own interests and questions.
    By providing all the answers to students while letting them  ask any questions.
  • Q6
    What is the first step in the Inquiry based learning process?
    Posing a question or problem to investigate.
    Refraining from encouraging students to ask questions.
    Avoiding any form of research or exploration.
    Providing a detailed answer to students.
  • Q7
    Which of the following best describes the role of collaboration in Inquiry based learning?
    Collaboration help individual learning and should be encourage inside the classroom
    Collaboration is not considered important in Inquiry based learning since it is all about self improvement.
    Collaboration encourages students to work together, share ideas, and problem-solve collectively.
    Collaboration should only occur between the students and students, not among instructors.
  • Q8
    How does Inquiry based learning support the development of lifelong learning skills?
    By encouraging students from questioning and exploring.
    By letting students' expose themselves to diverse perspectives and ideas.
    By helping students cultivate curiosity, critical thinking, and self-directed learning abilities.
    By preparing students to all possible answers to every questions given to them.
  • Q9
    What is a common method used in Inquiry based learning to encourage deeper exploration and understanding?
    Providing only multiple-choice questions with one correct answer to enhance their logical skills.
    Asking open-ended questions that prompt critical thinking and analysis.
    Giving them any form of questions to let them familiarize and prevent them from confusion.
    Refraining from allowing students to ask questions during the learning process.
  • Q10
    How does Inquiry based learning encourage students to develop research skills?
    By providing all the research findings to students with analysis so that they will learn from it.
    By requiring students to explore various sources, evaluate information, and draw conclusions.
    By guiding students on how  to explore a source for all information needed in research skills.
    By encouraging students in conducting research independently.
  • Q11
    What does the 5E's Model stand for in educational theory?
    Excite, Evaluate, Elaborate, Establish, Engulf
    Enhance, Examine, Explicate, Exemplify, Estimate
    Enlighten, Experiment, Execute, Extract, Estimate
    Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate, Evaluate
  • Q12
    Which stage of the 5E's Model involves students applying concepts independently and creatively?
  • Q13
    During which stage of the 5E's Model do students investigate materials, phenomena, or data?
  • Q14
    In the context of the 5E's Model, what is the purpose of the 'Evaluate' stage?
    Engaging students in discussions and exploration
    Assessing student understanding and learning outcomes
    Introducing new concepts to students and let them answer the activity 
    Providing hands-on activities for students for an easy assessment
  • Q15
    Which stage of the 5E's Model focuses on providing explanations, clarifications, and conceptual information to students?

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