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Inquiry-based teaching is a fundamental method in the innovations that leads to creative problem solving. In this thesis, the research supports how asking facilitated inquiry-based questions can prompt curiosity and discussion for K-5 grade Art students to gather new perspectives and information. Based on the literature review, critical thinking skills are applied through inquiry-based teaching. Facilitating students through the engagement of inquiry-based teaching gathers vital clues to be gathered in the application of creative problem solving. As the need for creativity is highly appraised in our workforce; guiding students with skills to think curiously and critically to gather new knowledge through inquiry-based teaching is age appropriate and can be applied in primary education to lead creative problem solvers.
Carlson, M. R. (2023). How inquiry based learning supports creative problem solving skills in elementary art education [Masterʼs thesis, Bethel University]. Spark Repository. https://spark.bethel.edu/etd/988