Table of contents for Teaching and learning through inquiry : a guidebook for institutions and instructors / edited by Virginia S. Lee.

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Table of Contents
	Part One: Setting the Context							1
1 What is Inquiry-guided Learning?						2
Virginia S. Lee, David Greene, Janice Odom, Ephraim Schechter, 
and Richard W. Slatta 
2 Inquiry-Guided Learning at North Carolina State University: A Brief 	24
David B. Greene, Virginia S. Lee, and J. Douglas Wellman
Part Two: Interpreting and Implementing Inquiry-guided Learning		40
3	All in the Balance: Psychology 201 "Controversial Issues in Psychology"	41
Samuel B. Pond, III
4	Music 200, "Understanding Music": An Inquiry-guided Approach 		56
to Music Appreciation
Jonathan Kramer and Alison Arnold
5 SCALE-UP: Bringing Inquiry-guided Learning to Large Enrollment 	71
Maria Oliver-Hoyo and Robert Beichner
6	Inquiry-guided Learning and the Foreign Language Classroom		90
Ana Kennedy and Susan Navey-Davis
7	Incorporating Active Learning, Critical Thinking and Problem-Based 	104
Learning in an Advanced French Culture and Civilization Course
Arlene Malinowski
8	Enhancing Inquiry-guided Learning with Technology in History Courses	118
Richard W. Slatta
9	Inquiry-guided Learning in a Food Science Capstone Course		132
Lynn G. Turner and Christopher R. Daubert
10	Inquiry-guided Learning Through Collaborative Research in a Graduate 	146
George R. Hess and C. Ashton Drew
11 Inquiry-guided Learning and the Undergraduate Major in the Department 	173
of Microbiology
Michael Hyman and Gerry Luginbuhl
12	The Challenge of Implementing an Inquiry-guided Approach in a Highly	191 Technical Curriculum
Adrianna G. Kirkman, Medwick V. Byrd, Hasan Jameel, and 
John A. Heitmann
13	Engineering Computing as an Essential Component of Inquiry-guided	212 
Roger P. Rohrbach, Joni E. Spurlin, Kathy Mayberry and Sarah A. Rajala
14	Inquiry by Design: Learning in the Studio Setting				234
Meredith Davis and Paul Tesar
15 Inquiry-guided Learning and the Undergraduate Curriculum: General	249 
Education and the Major 
Susan Blanchard, Marilee Bresciani, Michael Carter, Virginia Lee, and 
Gerry Luginbuhl
	Part Three: Inquiry-guided Learning Programs and Related Initiatives	283
16	Inquiry, Critical Thinking and First Year Programs				284
David Greene, Janice Odom, and Arlene Malinowski
17	The Heart of the Matter: Writing, Speaking, and Inquiry-guided Learning	301
Chris M. Anson and Deanna P. Dannels
18	Service-Learning: Integrating Inquiry and Engagement			317
Sarah L. Ash and Patti H. Clayton
Part Four: Supporting and Assessing Inquiry-guided Learning		338
19	Mastering Inquiry-guided Learning One Step at a Time:			339
Faculty Development and Dissemination
Virginia S. Lee
20	Assessing the Impact of Inquiry-guided Learning at NC State		354
Virginia S. Lee

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Questioning, Active learning, Critical thinking