Learning by creating and exchanging objects: The SCY experience

@article{Jong2010LearningBC,
  title={Learning by creating and exchanging objects: The SCY experience},
  author={Ton de Jong and Wouter R. van Joolingen and Adam Giemza and Isabelle Girault and Heinz Ulrich Hoppe and J{\"o}rg Kindermann and Anders Kluge and Ard W. Lazonder and Vibeke Vold and Armin Weinberger and Stefan Weinbrenner and Astrid Wichmann and Anjo Anjewierden and Marjolaine Bodin and Lars Bollen and C{\'e}dric D'Ham and Jan A. Dolonen and Jan Engler and Caspar Geraedts and Henrik Grosskreutz and Tasos Hovardas and Rachel Julien and Judith Lechner and Sten R. Ludvigsen and Yuri Matteman and {\O}yvind Meistadt and Bj{\o}rge N{\ae}ss and Muriel Ney and Margus Pedaste and Anthony Perritano and Marieke Rinket and Henrik Von Schlanbusch and Tago Sarapuu and Florian Schulz and Jakob Sikken and James D. Slotta and Jeremy Toussaint and Alex Verkade and Claire Wajeman and Barbara Wasson and Zacharias C. Zacharia and Martine Van Der Zanden},
  journal={BJET},
  year={2010},
  volume={41},
  pages={909-921}
}
Science Created by You (SCY) is a project on learning in science and technology domains. SCY uses a pedagogical approach that centres around products, called 'emerging learning objects' (ELOs) that are created by students. Students work individually and collaboratively in SCY-Lab (the general SCY learning environment) on 'missions' that are guided by socio-scientific questions (for example 'How can we design a CO2-friendly house?'). Fulfilling SCY missions requires a combination of knowledge… CONTINUE READING

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