ThinQ announces a web-course on Inquiry and Integration in Education (IIE). With the fifth cohort commencing this year, join the 600+ learners who have already embarked on this immersing journey.
In order to develop intellectual wellness and higher order thinking capacities (ThinQ’s primary focus), the course is designed to:
The carefully structured subject matter of this course covers a wide range of academic disciplines, from mathematics to the physical, biological, and human sciences, and humanities.
The course doesn’t presuppose specialization in any particular discipline. The level of ‘knowledge’ required of you is no more than what is expected of a 10th Grade student.
And if you are concerned with meaningfully educating the young, as educators, parents, administrators, or policy makers, this is an opportunity to forge an approach to education that would help them imbibe and develop important cognitive capacities not found in formal curricula.
You will benefit from IIE-2019, if you:
ThinQ believes that the purpose of education must encircle the physical, emotional, intellectual, pragmatic, aesthetic, and ethical wellness of individuals. Such wellness is essential to our ability to understand and change the world around us, and to enable not just success but also enhancement of its entire ecosystem.
The 22 weeks of the course are organized around three elements:
An LT in IIE is typically a package made up of readings and/or videos, designed to develop inquiry, critical thinking, and integration abilities.
We will mail you a new LT every alternate week. Each LT will have 2 weeks devoted to it. You are expected to actively engage with the material — read/watch, think through.
Towards the end of the 2 weeks, you will receive a Quiz. You are expected to submit your responses online.
Participants who successfully complete the course, upon written request, will receive a course completion certificate. Successful completion depends on the regularity and quality of submissions in response to the Learning Triggers. It includes the participant’s degree of engagement and of learning indicated by the submissions, and by the nature of questions raised.
Commitment to learning, and willingness to invest time and effort.
Time: Spend at least three to four hours a week. If you put in more time, the results would be even better.
Effort: Go through the course materials at least twice, think through them, write your responses, note what you don’t understand, and most importantly, engage in collective thinking, by participating actively in the forum discussions. (It is important to not just read, but to actually engage with the readings and discussions, and articulate your thoughts.)
The fee for the course is Rs. 15,000 (plus a small convenience charge from the payment gateway), time, and energy to the extent (minimum of 4 hours a week) possible for you.
The course starts on 17 May and ends on 18 October 2019.
The deadline for application for the course is 1 May 2019.
To register, please fill in the application form.
We have a very limited number of partial fee-waivers for those who face genuine and severe financial constraints. If you require a fee waiver, please register for the course, and then send an email, with ‘FEE WAIVER’ as SUBJECT, to firstname.lastname@example.org.