FAQ

What is inquiry-based education?

Inquiry-based education lets students learn by asking questions instead of spoon-feeding them with solutions. It’s the opposite of conventional lecturing in classrooms. Inquiry-based education uses various methods such as games, puzzles, and interaction methods.

Is this applicable for grade levels?

There is no limit of what inquiry-based education can do in all grade levels. It is applicable even for college-level students; however, the approach may differ according to the grade level. Register with LIBE Project to learn more about inquiry-based education framework.

Does the inquiry-based learning method cover four types of learners?

This form of learning uses all types of materials and methods which covers the needs of the four types of learners. All four types of learners will benefit from this framework.

Is there formal research on the impact of inquiry-based education?

There are public resources from universities and schools who have applied this framework tackling how the framework affected the final scores of their students. The hypothesis suggests that the framework helped students understand the “how” by learning first the “why” which resulted in a better success rate.

Our institution would like to apply this learning approach. Do you have a course to help us?

To learn more about inquiry-based education, register with us and get special discounts. LIBE Project provides e-learning materials designed to help educational institutions apply this new method effectively.

How is it going to affect the grading system?

The grading system is almost the same as students will still be asked to complete quizzes, recitations, and examinations. Other objective aspects such as class participation, attitude, and attendance will have a higher percentage than the average impact on the conventional grading system.