Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/24221
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2017
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Office of Teacher Education, National Institute of Education
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Chua, B. L. (Ed.). (2017). Practices of inquiry: Through the lens of the student teachers. Office of Teacher Education, National Institute of Education. https://ebook.ntu.edu.sg/20190313-practices-of-inquiry/full-view.html
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"The rapidly changing environment of today requires students to possess both content knowledge and the ability to adapt to novel situations. Students need to be driven by an intrinsic mindset of inquiry, coupled with the curiosity and willingness to learn and change. Dr Ruth Wong recognised the importance of such critical thinking skills in students, and the role of teachers in developing this mindset. In today's classroom, both students and teachers are required to embody the principles of inquiry. Students have to
apply inquiry to their content knowledge and to situations beyond the classroom, whilst teachers apply it to expand their knowledge of their learners and use the best pedagogies to engage them."
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