This course covers different well-recognized and effective teaching strategies practices for early adolescence education. They promote critical and reflective thinking, research, evaluation, and collaborative learning and also focus on literacy skills. The strategies have been designed to accommodate differences in learning styles and reflect contemporary learning theory including Gardner’s Multiple Intelligence Theory and the revised Bloom’s Taxonomy. The strategies have been divided according to the basic elements of an inquiry process. These elements are also fundamental to the decision-making process in the Religious Education, and Health and Physical Education Self-management Skills Learning Outcome.