ERIC Number: EJ1062263
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2015-May
Abstractor: As Provided
Reference Count: 19
Technology-Enriched STEM Investigations of Place: Using Technology to Extend the Senses and Build Connections to and between Places in Science Education
Hougham, R. Justin; Eitel, Karla C. Bradley; Miller, Brant G.
Journal of Geoscience Education, v63 n2 p90-97 May 2015
In this article we explore how reconceptualizing the role of technology in place-based education (PBE) enhances place responsive pedagogies through technology. Combining the strengths of adventure learning (AL) and PBE, Adventure Learning @ (AL@) advances both place responsive education and online learning in science education. This is needed, as the conventional AL model lacks authentic explorations of places that are ''local'' to the expedition teams and the students following along. The AL@ approach promotes localized authorship and knowledge keeping. AL@ more fully realizes the potential of AL, using PBE approaches that engage students as authors of knowledge through direct field experiences and the creation of digital artifacts of scientific inquiry.
Descriptors: STEM Education, Place Based Education, Technology Uses in Education, Science Education, Adventure Education, Electronic Learning, Learning Strategies, Skill Development, Inquiry, Observational Learning, Foreign Countries
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