Topic:Inquiry-based lessons; cooperative learningExplain why students should conduct inquiry investigations/experiments in science learning. Support your response with references.Describe some resources to promote inquiry-based science.Explain the benefits and challenges of cooperative learning activities in inquiry-based lessons. Support your response with references.Your thread is due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Thursday, and your replies are due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday.Inquiry investigations and experiments in science learning “set the foundation for children to plan and execute scientifically sound investigations” (Bardone, Burget, Saage, & Taaler, p. 40). When teachers design lessons for students to participate in inquiry-based learning, they are fostering curiosity, the practice of lifelong skills, engagement with peers, and deepening understanding of content. Inquiry based learning enables students to make meaningful connections to the content, take responsibility for their own work, and develop necessary gross and fine motor skills (DeRosa, 2015).