Lupton, Mandy (2017) Inquiry learning. A pedagogical and curriculum framework for information literacy. in Sales, Dora & Pinto, Maria (Eds.) Pathways into InformationLiteracy and Communities of Practice: Teaching Approaches and Case Studies. Chandos Publishing. [QUT login]
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PREPARATION FOR ASSIGNMENT 2
Inquiry learning level of inquiry – from teacher-directed to student directed:
The reading, viewing, thinking and discussion you do this week on levels of teacher and student directedness as represented in the inquiry learning continuum will help you to design/re-design a unit of work (Assignment 2). In your design for Assignment 2, you will need to address the following questions:
Bell, R., Smetana, L., & Binns, I. (2005). Simplifying inquiry instruction. The Science Teacher, 72(7), 30-33. [QUT login]
Brew, A. (2013). Understanding the scope of undergraduate research: A framework for curricular and pedagogical decision-making. Higher Education, 66(5), 603-618.
Martin-Hansen, L. (2002). Defining inquiry: Exploring the many types of inquiry in the science classroom. The Science Teacher, 69(2), 34-37. [QUT login]
National Research Council. (2000). Inquiry and the National Science Education Standards. A Guide for Teaching and Learning. Washington: Centre for Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Education.