Make, explore, investigate.
- enables opportunity for students to apply or acquire knowledge in a practical context
- may or may not result in a completed product
- can occur in a virtual or physical manner.
Experiential learning should enable students to think critically and creatively about theories, understandings and designs and apply problem solving skills.
Teachers act as learning guides and provide access to technologies, tools and resources that support students’ investigations. They may need to demonstrate and model the use of new learning tools at introductory points.
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