Learning through investigation
Learning through investigation happens when you have an opportunity to search for information, gather data or explore ideas. You are finding things out for yourself and making sense of what you find.
More example activities include:
Doing library or internet research; conducting surveys; doing experiments; interviewing people to access their views and expertise.
I love exploring and finding things out for myself, and I know it will be a really useful skill for me in my professional life. I can get really absorbed in the process of searching for clues and piecing them all together, and I love sharing what I've discovered."
Former Imperial student