CIEL: Integrating Approaches for Inquiry Learning

Abstract : The world is changing and changing fast. Contemporary students live in a world full of impressions, fast changing viewpoints, ubiquitous information, zapping behaviour, play and joy etc. They use facilities such as MSN, on-line gaming, and SMS. They expect a seamless access to information, mostly in a social context. At the same time we see drastic changes in learning environments, moving them to rich, multi-media, collaborative, experiential, and individualised environments. Though starting from different angles, these two developments seem to come together. Modern learning environments such as WISE (Slotta, 2004) or BioLogica (Hickey, Kindfield, Horwitz, & Christie, 2003) combine all kinds of opportunities to learn and communicate in a facilitative setting.
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Wouter van Joolingen. CIEL: Integrating Approaches for Inquiry Learning. Kaleidoscope Convergence Workshop, 2006, Amsterdam, Netherlands. pp.31-36. ⟨hal-00190509⟩

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