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Introduction to the Contexts of Free-Choice Learning in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education.

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This is the Final Radio Show of the quarter for Personal Dimensions of Free-Choice learning. The show will summarize the course and answer any questions about final projects. Please call in!

This will be the fourth in our series of live broadcasts in support of the Oregon State University fall 2014 course Personal Dimensions of Free-Choice Learning. Course instructor Dr. John Falk will host the show and be talking with his... more

In this episode of the Fall 2014 SED 582 course at OSU your host Dr. John Falk will talk with Scott Pattison about learning and motivation in informal and free-choice learning environments. Scott Pattison is part of the OMSI Evaluation... more

This is the second show of the 2014 Fall term for SED 582-Personal Dimensions of Free-Choice Learning. Dr. John Falk hosts the show and his guest is Dr. Martin Storksdieck. Dr. Storksdieck, the director of the Center for Research on Lifelong... more

This is the first show of the Fall 2014 term of the Free-Choice Learning programs. John Falk hosts an overview of the course and moudle 1 and is ready to answer any questions you have! John will be accompanied by Michelle Mileham and... more

Stay tuned for information on our guest speakers for module 2!

Today Michelle Mileham and Shawn Rowe will be welcoming everyone to the Spring classes and talking about ways to think of how the physical spaces we build shape our learning. We'll also chat about some of the challenges... more

Today Michelle Mileham and Shawn Rowe will be welcoming everyone to the Spring classes and talking about ways to think of how the physical spaces we build shape our learning. We'll also chat about some of the challenges... more

Join Molly Phipps and Heidi Schmoock Rebar as we discuss how we analyzed data from our observational research projects in museums.

Join us as we speak with Dr. James Kisiel, Associate Professor of Science Education at California State University Long Beach about his study observing families at touch tanks at four free-choice learning institutions.

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