activities (Anderson & Kraftwohl, 2001; Azevedo, Guthrie, & Seibert, 2004; Ferguson-Hessler & de Jong, 1990; Mayer, 2002).
Science Created by You, putting Science in the hands of the learner<br />Wouter van JoolingenUniversity of TwenteThe SCY projectScientix conference, May 6-8, Brussels<br />
Main principles in SCY<br />SCY is about science learning<br />SCY is learning by (collaboratively) creating Emerging Learning Objects<br />In SCY Advanced Pedagogical Scenariosallow learners to learn from realistic problems<br />SCY has an Adaptive Instructional Approach based on pedagogical agents<br />
Advanced Pedagogical Scenarios<br />Model for a complete mission<br />The Design Challenge, Inquiry Learning, Problem Resolution, Close a Case, Decision Console, Grasp a Model, Designing an Experimental Procedure, The Big Project, Collaborative Controversies, Co-Learn, Teaching thinking, Junior-Pro<br />
Advanced Pedagogical Scenarios<br />Learning Activity Spaces<br />Orientation, Management, Information, Conceptualization, Debate, Reflection, Analysis, Design, Build, Experiment, Evaluation, Regulation, and Reporting<br />Within a LAS: activities, ELOs, and tools<br />
Advanced Pedagogical Scenarios<br />53 activities the learner can undertake<br />identify resources, distribute tasks, rehearse, build a model, ask question, reflect on processes, relate data with hypothesis / theory, design an artifact, build an artifact, design an experimental procedure, evaluate ELO (own or peer’s), monitor, summarize, ....<br />