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A narrative approach to studying the diversification of inquiry learning across instructional settings

Posted on 28 Oct 2015 with 0 comments
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In this study the authors used a narrative approach to investigate the function that digital, interactive tools can fulfill in inquiry teaching and learning. Such a narrative can be conceived of as 'talking through' a lesson in which a teacher supports inquiry with technology. By subsequently coding these narratives, the authors studied the functions that tools can fulfill related to certain learning activities and instructional settings.


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