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Student-Centered Learning and Interactive Multimedia: Status, Issues, and Implications
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Contemporary Education Volume 68, Number 2, ISSN 0010-7476

Abstract

Summarizes recent developments in student-centered open-ended learning environments, which provide electronic tools and resources for students to use in addressing authentic situated problems and to support students' thinking and problem-solving processes. Also analyzes issues in design and utilization and presents implications for teaching, learning, and technology. (SM)

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Hannafin, M.J., Hill, J.R. & Land, S.M. (1997). Student-Centered Learning and Interactive Multimedia: Status, Issues, and Implications. Contemporary Education, 68(2), 94-97. Retrieved April 26, 2019 from .

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