Evaluation of inquiry-based Learning in high school earth science and biology classrooms: learning environment and attitudes
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This evaluation of inquiry-based teaching involved 1396 high-school biology and earth science students from Los Angeles County. Inquiry teaching was perceived by students to be more effective than traditional methods in terms of greater teacher support and student involvement. Also inquiry-based instruction was equally effective for male and female students
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