Achieving Adaptability through Inquiry Based Learning
Final rept. Sep 2009-Feb 2010
INDIANA UNIV AT BLOOMINGTON
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This report presents inquiry-based learning IBL as an instructional strategy that addresses the Armys need for training flexible and adaptive leaders. Distinguishing tenets of IBL are characterized in contrast to the Armys current direct instruction strategy. Elements of IBL, including characterization of the orienting problem, learner support by the instructor, and assessment of learner outcomes are outlined. Considerations for developing an IBL curriculum are addressed, and the outline of a current Army IBL course of instruction is provided.
- Humanities and History
- Military Forces and Organizations