9 responses to “Project mGage: Creating Engagement in Mobile Learning

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  9. These are superb examples of how to spur student curiosity and active learning. We use a very old technology which is basically a step by step structure for students to learn how to produce, improve and prioritize their own questions. It allows for divergent thinking as well as convergent thinking and metacognition. You can see an article about it at http://www.hepg.org/hel/article/507

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