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Authentic Activity as a Model for Appropriate Learning Activity: Implications for Emerging Instructional Technologies ARTICLE

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Canadian Journal of Educational Communication Volume 23, Number 3, ISSN 0710-4340

Abstract

Discusses the implications of authentic activity as a model of learning, particularly in the design of computer-based simulations and project-based learning activities. Addresses the characteristics of problem-solving situations, educational simulations, and authentic learning activities; and identifies key guidelines in the design and development of authentic learning activities. (Author/AEF)

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Lebow, D.G. & Wager, W.W. (1994). Authentic Activity as a Model for Appropriate Learning Activity: Implications for Emerging Instructional Technologies. Canadian Journal of Educational Communication, 23(3), 231. Retrieved November 16, 2018 from .

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