The Effects of Inquiry-Based Instruction on Student Achievement in Science
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ProgramMasters of Education
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SubjectsEducation -- Research papers (Graduate)
Inquiry-based learning -- Research.
Academic achievement -- Research.
Science -- Study and teaching.
More than half of the student population is labeled with educational learning disabilities, therefore, a variety of different learning styles exist in the classroom. With these different learning styles, the call and response teaching method is losing the attention and interest of the students. As a result of the lack of interest, the failure rate increases. Having more inquiry based learning incorporated in the classroom would reach most learning styles, keep the interest and produce a greater success rate.