While Inquiry-Based Learning (IBL) and Challenge Based Learning (CBL) share some similarities in their student-centered and active learning approaches, there are distinct differences between the two.
Inquiry-Based Learning centers around the process of asking questions, investigating topics of interest, and constructing knowledge through research and exploration. The emphasis is on developing inquiry skills and deepening understanding.
Challenge Based Learning focuses on addressing real-world challenges or problems. Students identify meaningful challenges, collaborate to develop solutions, and apply their learning in practical contexts. The emphasis is on problem-solving, collaboration, and the application of knowledge.
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