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000210989 245__ $$aTutoring Teachers - Building an Online Tutoring Platform for the Teacher Community
000210989 269__ $$a2015
000210989 260__ $$bSpringer$$c2015$$aSwitzerland
000210989 336__ $$aBook Chapters
000210989 490__ $$aCommunications in Computer and Information Science$$v486
000210989 520__ $$aKnowledge sharing has been a trendy and recurring topic in technology-enhanced learning for years. Many advanced platforms have been developed. However face-to-face help session are still often preferred by people who want to enhance their skills. The Go-Lab project aims to engage school students with STEM topics by bringing online laboratory experiments into the classroom. To achieve this, teachers are the key to success. Accordingly, the teacher’s knowledge and skills in inquiry learning with online labs are important, since it may be a hurdle for teachers to use such technical software and apply it in their lessons. To support and tutor teachers with this, we have developed the Go-Lab Tutoring Platform that offers teachers a peer assistance and expertise sharing platform. Teachers, lab owners, and pedagogical experts can help each other and share their skills and knowledge. To sustain this tutoring platform, we aim to set up a business model to support the community build-up in a sustainable way. This paper elaborates on the design, the first prototype and an early evaluation of the Go-Lab Tutoring Platform.
000210989 6531_ $$aOnline labs
000210989 6531_ $$aInquiry learning
000210989 6531_ $$aTutoring
000210989 6531_ $$aSTEM
000210989 6531_ $$aSocial tutoring platform
000210989 6531_ $$aTeacher professional development
000210989 6531_ $$aCommunity building
000210989 6531_ $$aBusiness model
000210989 700__ $$aGovaerts, Sten
000210989 700__ $$aCao, Yiwei
000210989 700__ $$aFaltin, Nils
000210989 700__ $$aCherradi, Faysal
000210989 700__ $$0241784$$g105245$$aGillet, Denis
000210989 720_1 $$aEbner, Martin$$eed.
000210989 720_1 $$aErenli, Kai$$eed.
000210989 720_1 $$aMalaka, Rainer$$eed.
000210989 720_1 $$aPirker, Johanna$$eed.
000210989 720_1 $$aWalsh, Aaron E.$$eed.
000210989 773__ $$tImmersive Education$$q39-51
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