Collaborative problem solving: Reducing trial and error in a Tangible User Interface (TUI)-based scenario in order to increase the learning effect

by Lahure Cathia

In our rapidly changing society, education is searching for new methods and new tools to reach those students who have difficulties in the traditional system. At the LIST, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technologies, such methods are developed around tangible tables. In the context of the Erasmus project RE-ENGAGE, teachers devised scenarios containing a problem to be solved by students. The images of the scenario are projected onto the surface of the table. Learners interact with...
jeudi 9 août 2018/Number of views (3257)/Comments (0)/

Competencies for Life: Promoting Transferable Skills within Luxembourgish Secondary Education

by Anne Zimmer

This study argues that transferable skills, such as social, time-management, and personal aptitudes, which have, in the past, been neglected in secondary education, are essential to academic as well as professional success, and should therefore feature explicitly among national educational goals.
mercredi 18 juin 2014/Number of views (5706)/Comments (0)/