Interactive Simulations for inquiry based learning (IBL)

Interactive simulations allow the students to conduct their own investigation regarding observable phenomena. They engage students in scientific methods such as formulating hypotheses, designing experiments, collecting information and drawing conclusions. The underlying pedagogical approach – inquiry based learning – is oftentimes more effective than traditional teaching methods, such as direct instruction.

Tell me and I forget, show me and I remember, involve me and I understand.

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An interactive solar heating system for heating technicians

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