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Inquiry-based learning
Inquiry
Humanities
Issue Date: 
2021
Publisher: 
National Institute of Education (Singapore)
Citation: 
Kumar, V. (2021). Inquiry-based learning and its impact on teaching and learning of the humanities (NIE Working Paper Brief Series No. 1). National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. https://hdl.handle.net/10497/23400
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NIE Working Paper Brief Series;1
Abstract: 
Highlights of this Working Paper Brief
• Introduces the concept of inquiry-based learning (IBL) and why it is
important to consider disciplinary and subject-based nuances in its
application.
• Discusses practical steps that educational practitioners (especially
school leaders, middle managers and teachers) can take to
incorporate IBL into humanities education.
• Proposes a holistic adoption of IBL in the humanities.
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ISBN: 
9789811820038
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