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12/11/11 5:33 PM
Inspire is very interesting project with modeling of processes. It is very useful for teachers.Students liked this project very much too!
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1/19/12 6:52 PM as a reply to Tsetsa Tsolova Hristova.
Tsetsa Tsolova Hristova:
Inspire is very interesting project with modeling of processes. It is very useful for teachers.Students liked this project very much too!


I agree: I have used many simulations from the Inspire project and my students love working with them. One big advantage is that the main keywords for each suggested activity are in many languages, including Catalan!
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2/9/12 9:45 PM as a reply to Andreu Català.
Does anyone know whether the list of materials used in Inspire has been expanded?
I also found the list very "inspiring" and would like to see more of that sort of materials.
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2/10/12 4:34 PM as a reply to Tsetsa Tsolova Hristova.
Tsetsa Tsolova Hristova:
Inspire is very interesting project with modeling of processes. It is very useful for teachers.Students liked this project very much too!


I agree, Tsetsa. At my school I teach at different levels of science and I do not have much laboratory time but I have used online simulations and the students seem to really enjoy the simulations. I have thought about incorporating them as a pre-laboratory activity, with the students using the simulation and answering some questions before coming into the laboratory and having thereby some hands-on experience. Do you have any experience with an approach like this?
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inspire biology chemistry it learning objects maths physics
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2/11/12 3:41 PM as a reply to Peter Zwaveg.
Hello Peter!
This is one of physics animations:
http://inspire.eun.org/index.php/P2-5-2
You can find more for different subjects here:
http://inspire.eun.org/index.php/Learning_Objects
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2/11/12 4:08 PM as a reply to Dora Metow.
Hello Dora,
The creation of a problematic situation helps students to reach the appropriate conclusion is very important to build their technical thinking. As we are computer school for my students is very important to have technical phinking. I use simulations and "quality problems".
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