In this first episode of the In Beta podcast, Ben Ellis, of Oxford Brookes University, hosts a discussion on the use of inquiry-based learning to develop critical thinking in students as part of a module on long-term conditions. Ben presented the details of his project and then took questions from the guests.
Here is the Google Document we used to plan the session, which includes additional information on the topic of inquiry-based learning. And remember that you can join the community by subscribing to the podcast to get announcements about future episodes. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, or any of the major podcast clients on Android.
- Brew, A. (2003). Teaching and Research: New relationships and their implications for inquiry-based teaching and learning in higher education. Higher Education Research & Development, 22(1), 3–18.
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- Ovens, P., Wells, F., Wallis, P., & Hawkins, C. (2011). Developing inquiry for learning: Reflecting collaborative ways to learn how to learn in higher education. London: Routledge.
- Pilkington, R. (2010). Developing undergraduate research and inquiry. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 47(2), 247–248.
Guests on the podcast
- Roger Kerry and Fiona Moffat (University of Nottingham)
- Mark Williams and Jo Pierce, (Oxford Brookes)
- Amanda Deaves (University of Liverpool)
- Anestis Divanoglou (University of Iceland)