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

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This will be the third in our series of Fall 2013 BlogTalkRadio shows in conjunction with the OSU course Personal Dimensions of Free-Choice Learning. Our guest today witl be St. Louis University Professor Jay Rounds and... more

This will be the second in this quarter's BlogTalkRadio Shows. Our guest will be Dr. Martin Storksdieck, Director of the National Research Council's Program on Education. We will be talking about the role of prior knowledge and perhaps... more

This is the first show of the Fall 2013 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!

This is our last show for the Spring 2013 term of Physical Dimensions of Free-Choice Learning. Shawn will host and will answer your questions about the final project and prototyping as well as questions about module 4 and... more

This is our fourth show for the Spring 2013 term of Physical Dimensions of Free-Choice Learning. We will talk about our module 4 topic: the setting and structure of activity and about formative evaluations and prototyping. Our guetss... more

For our module 3 show we will have a one hour Q/A session with Shawn Rowe and a chance for you to ask questions of him and each other live. The chat window will be available to talk to each other while people call in to talk with... more

This is the second show in the 2013 Spring term course on the Physical Dimenson of Free-Choice Learning at Oregon State University. Dr. Shawn Rowe hosts with guest Dr. Olga Rowe from OSU's Department of Sociology. We... more

This is the first show for the Spring 2013 OSU course - Physical Dimensions of Free-Choice Learning: Designing Learning Environments. Dr. Shawn Rowe hosts with guest Jarret Geenen, doctoral candidate from Auckland University of... more

This show will cover ideas from the course readings and designs of the final project--an observational study of a sociocultural dimension or aspect of free choice learning. We will use this time to share projects, give feedback, ask... more

Dr. Lynn Dierking hosts with guest Dr. Jessica Luke, a faculty member in University of Washington's Museology program. She will talk about a study she recently completed with Dr. Marianna Adams, focused on family learning in... more

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