Just-In-Time Learning

Teachers should create situations where the students are required to locate the facts and information specifically related to the context of the question at hand, and then to utilize that information effectively. An example is the Jasper Mathematics series created by the Vanderbilt University's Peabody College of Education. In these multimedia presentations, students are introduced to characters that are faced with a mathematical dilemma that the students help the characters solve. Rather than having students learn facts "just in case" they might need them some day, the series promotes "just in time" learning; collaborative learning environments where groups of students find solutions to realworld scenarios.

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Folksonomies: education technology

 Technology and Education: Current and Future Trends’ in Omnia Paratus INDUS Training
Electronic/World Wide Web>Internet Article:  Molebash, Philip (2017), Technology and Education: Current and Future Trends’ in Omnia Paratus INDUS Training, Retrieved on 2017-09-22
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