Tag Archives: Inquiry based learning (IBL)

Research Informed Teaching & Learning: Dr Valeria Guarneros-Meza

Valeria reflects on her own transition from researcher to teacher of Politics. She has embedded the pedagogic method  of Inquiry Based Learning into her teaching.  This enables her to develop a research informed approach to an academic subject, allowing the … Continue reading

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Virtual Scenarios and Inquiry Based Learning: Mark Fowler

In this clip Mark Fowler explains the ‘realistic’ scenarios within the field of Forensic Science.  He underlines the effectiveness of an Inquiry Based Learning approach as an appropriate pedagogic method in this applied scientific field. He explains the benefits to … Continue reading

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