Vittra examines mini computers in learning

The knowledge about students abilities to use ICT is central for lifelong learning. So the Vittra school has induced a research project to study the use of mini computers in educational situations. Four teachers and three student groups between 14-16 years of age is participating. This is enormously exiting. They also use two theoretical viewpoints that I studied myself at CFL: The Kolb theory of experience based learning and Blooms taxonomy. Great initiative! I will follow this.  (Only in Swedish though)


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Starting from a project about foreseeing the future of learning, this blog is an output of thoughts, ideas, comments and research. I am trying to be practical too, providning examples of the different aspects of the subject. My name is Pelle Filipsson and I work as a web pedagog.

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