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The Real Versus the Possible: Closing the Gaps in Engagement and Learning

Saturday, January 1, 2005

Abstract

Interactive instruction is the focus of Judith Ramaley and Lee Zia's chapter, based in large part on their work at the National Science Foundation. Virtually all those who study the Net Generation believe that their preference for experiential, hands-on learning is a distinguishing characteristic. This seventh chapter from "Educating the Net Generation" details different types of interaction (for example, people to people, people and tools, people with concepts), along with examples of projects that put these interactions into practice.

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