Authentic Learning Environments in Higher Education

@inproceedings{Herrington2006AuthenticLE,
  title={Authentic Learning Environments in Higher Education},
  author={Anthony Herrington and Jan Herrington and A. Boyaci},
  year={2006}
}
Over the last decade the use of the authentic cases, problems and projects as a starting point for learning has won ground in higher education. Usually, these cases refer complex, ill–defined or open ended problems and often require multidisciplinary approaches. Students start with analysis of the cases, which involves gathering information, constructing and testing possible solutions. In short they supposedly develop competencies needed to deal with problems and issues that arise in a… CONTINUE READING
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