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Research in Daily Life

I
LUBETH R. CABATU
Master Teacher II

What words
can we
associate
with the
word
INQUIRY?

INQUIR
Y

What words
can we
associate
with the
word
RESEARCH?

RESEARC
H

RESEARCH
INQUIRY
Is to discover
Both
is to look for involves
truths by
investigati
information by ve work ininvestigating on
which you
asking various seekyour chosen topic
questions aboutinformatio
scientifically by
n about
something
the thing you are
going through a
curious about
systematic way of
doing things

INQUIRY

Is a learning process that motivates you to

obtain knowledge or information about


people, things, places, or events
It requires you to collect data, meaning, facts,
and information about the object of your
inquiry, and examine such data carefully
It elevates your thinking power
It operates in an interactive way
A problem-solving technique

Governing Principles or Foundation of


Inquiry
John
Deweys
theory of
connected
experiences
for
exploratory
and
reflective
thinking

Lev Vygotskys
Zone of
Proximal
Development
(ZBD) that
stresses the
essence of
provocation
and
scaffolding in
learning

Jerome
Bruners
theory on
learners
varied world
perceptions
for their own
interpretative
thinking of
people and
things around
them

Benefits of Inquiry-Based Learning

1.Elevates interpretative thinking through

graphic skills
2.Improve student learning abilities
3.Widens learners vocabulary
4.Facilitates problem solving acts
5.Increases social awareness and cultural
knowledge
6.Encourages cooperative learning
7.Provides mastery of procedural knowledge
8.Encourages higher-order thinking strategies
9.Hastens conceptual understanding

Answer the question:

How do you learn

something through inquiry?

Answer the question:

Why is inquiry a scientific


way of thinking?

Answer the question:

Was there an instance in your


life when you, too, did a sort
of an inquiry or research?
Describe your experience.