Go-Lab Deliverable D1.4 Go-Lab classroom scenarios handbook

Abstract : This deliverable presents the Go-Lab scenarios handbook. This handbook offers six different scenarios that are meant to help teachers design ILSs. Each scenario represents a specific pedagogical method within the overall Go-Lab inquiry approach. The six Go-Lab inquiry scenarios are labelled as follows: • The basic scenario • The jigsaw approach • Six changing hats • Learning by critiquing • Structured controversy • Find the mistake In a later stage, when a suitable modelling tool has been found or created we will add a seventh scenario, Learning by modelling. Each scenario is characterised by a dedicated set of inquiry phases with specific activities within those phase. The current deliverable presents an extended description of all six scenarios, including considerations for design and background information. In that respect it can be seen as a “reference book”. The scenarios are further offered in Graasp, the Go-Lab authoring environment (www.graasp.eu). Graasp will offer teachers the opportunity to select a specific scenario and after selecting a scenario a pre- structured ILS is offered with the correct phases and a brief description of the design of each phase in the ILS. The content of these descriptions from Graasp is also offered in this handbook (Chapter 2). Each scenario also has links to example ILSs that follow the scenario. This scenario handbook also contains a series of “tips and tricks” (T&T) for creating ILS, These handy tips for creating ILSs are also offered on the Go-Lab support platform (http://go-lab-project.eu/tips-tricks). The approach we have taken to create the scenarios and the T&Ts has been a combination of a top-down and bottom-up approach. Part of the work has been inspired by the literature (e.g., Weinberger et al., 2011) and part was extracted from ongoing work of creating ILSs. These have been ILSs created by the Go-Lab team (around 25 in number) and ILSs created by a large set of teachers, for example in Go-Lab Erasmus courses and the Go-Lab 2014 and 2015 summer schools in Marathon. This scenario handbook therefore reflects the current theoretical state of the art together with a grounding in actual teacher practices. This deliverable will be followed by a “pretty print” version that can be used as a scenario handbook for Go-Lab.
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Ton de Jong. Go-Lab Deliverable D1.4 Go-Lab classroom scenarios handbook. [Research Report] Go-Lab Project. 2015. ⟨hal-01274922⟩

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