Beth Archer-Kuhn


Beth Archer-Kuhn is an associate professor with the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Calgary. As a Teaching and Learning Scholar (Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning) and recipient of the Teaching Excellence Award (Faculty of Social Work), Beth has spent the last ten years learning about IBL-HE through implementation and SoTL research with undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students within courses on-campus, study abroad, and on-line. She believes IBL-HE is a socially just and inclusive pedagogy that aligns with the values of social work education, can support students with varied learning preferences, and allows students the necessary choice and agency to inspire lifelong learners.

Author's Books

Reigniting Curiosity and Inquiry in Higher Education

A Realist’s Guide to Getting Started with Inquiry-Based Learning


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