Using Inductive Teaching Methods in the Classroom

By Marie E. Lassmann.

Published by The Learner Collection

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This paper discusses what inductive strategies are and why it is important to use these strategies in the classroom.

Keywords: Inductive Teaching, Inductive Methods, Critical Thinking, Constructivism, Motivation, Student-centered Teaching

International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 1, pp.57-60. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 771.307KB).

Dr. Marie E. Lassmann

Dr. Lassmann is the coordinator of the Secondary/All Level teacher preparation program and also works with the 4-8 certification program. She has published articles on substitute teaching as well as trained substitute teachers. At the present her interest is in teaching future teachers to teach their students to use critical thinking skills using inductive teaching methods. The program which she developed for the secondary/all level students is field-based in several area school districts and is involved in using teaching methods that promote critical thinking skills in middle school and high school students. Teacher Education is the main focus for Dr. Lassmann.

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