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                  Help needed please >>> In a constructivist model of learning, we talk about Play Based learning, Project-Based learning, Passion projects,  Student-based inquiry, STEAM, STEM, Makerspace...we even talk about, In an authentic context with end users in mind...(Digital Technologies...

                  Tags: student-based, inquiry, project, passion, ideas, authentic, contexts, STEM, STEAM, Makerspace

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                    Tags: makerspace, pedagogies, research, ontario, stem, steam


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