The Dynabook was conceptualized under a constructivism learning perspective. Viewing it from other innovative learning model perspectives brings enriched insights that enhance the original vision.
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What research says
The idea of flipped classroom is to let the learners study the lesson at home, then, once in the classroom, ask the teacher questions on specific points not fully understood and practiced with exercises. The lessons can be a text, but most of the time the flipped classroom is supported with an approximately 10 min. video lesson.
Tuesday, 21 August 2018
What research says
Students study topics they will not likely learn outside of school. Most of the time, the learned topics are disconnected; students do not see the connection between these different topics or how they are related. Project-based learning tries to address this problem.
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Sunday, 29 July 2018
Taking a closer look at the often-cited innovative pedagogical approaches helps revisit the design of the Dynabook concept; expanding it from the constructivism approach to a broader and more diverse way of teaching and learning. The writing of this paper, and subsequent writing in the same domain, is deeply influenced by the A. Tricot study, Innovation pédagogique, 2017 on what is considered innovative pedagogy.
Sunday, 22 July 2018
In Alan Kay's Dynabook
it is best to learn something kinesthetically, then iconically, and finally the intuitive knowledge will be in place to allow the more powerful but less vivid symbolic processes to work at their strongest(Kay1990).
What said scientific studies on the field of learning by doing and other related pedagogical approaches?
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Dr. Geo connects to the underneath concepts behind these words? This is what we explain in the following paragraphs.