Category: Enhancing Learning in Education Abroad: Study, Work, Intern, Volunteer, and Research Innovations

Student Engagement and Inquiry-Based Learning in the UK Context

Wednesday, May 31
8:30 AM – 10:00 AM
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Abstract
This poster represents a mixed methods study reflecting experiences for undergraduate and graduate social work students in a UK inquiry-based Study Tour course. Findings reflect student engagement

Beth Archer-Kuhn

Assistant Professor
University of Calgary
Calgary, AB, Canada

Beth Archer-Kuhn is an assistant professor at the University of Calgary, in Alberta, Canada. One area of research interest includes the Scholarship of Teaching in Learning in Social Work Education. Beth has been focused on inquiry-based teaching and learning within an international context. Beth utilized Inquiry-based teaching as a strategy to increase student engagement in learning.

Yeonjung Lee is an assistant professor at the University of Calgary, in Alberta, Canada. Yeonjung's current research examines the economic and health outcomes of family caregiving for older adults and the moderating factors to affect these relationships by employing quantitative methods with cross-sectional, longitudinal, secondary data. She is also working to analyze data on the outcomes of experiencing discrimination in later life including ageism. Additionally, Yeonjung is involved in SoTL work exploring inquiry-based teaching and learning in social work education.

Yeonjung Lee

University of Calgary
Calgary, AB, Canada