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File PDF document How can technology enhance learning.pdf
File PDF document How does technology help the organisation? - poster.pdf
File PDF document Teacher - how can technology help me? - poster.pdf
File PDF document Learning Theory.pdf
File MPEG-4 video Droidsa.m4v
File MPEG-4 video Droidsb.m4v
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File PDF document 19870111 Millwood - Strategies for Computer Assisted Learning.pdf
File QuickTime video 20061124 Ultraversity graduation interviews.mov
File PDF document 20070330 ICT Register Evaluation.pdf
File PDF document Hargreaves Teacher Types.pdf
File Pascal source code Ultraversity letter from Chris Smith MP
A letter expressing support for the Ultraversity Project.
File What is the modelling curriculum?
This paper describes the benefits which might accrue from modelling as an activity for learners. Some approaches taken to teach modelling are discussed and criticised. The learner's purpose for modelling is suggested to be critical in engaging them in this formal and theoretic field and it is suggested that presentation and communication of ideas in the context of project work may be appropriate. An analysis of parts of the modelling process is presented to highlight some of the 'hidden steps' which learners may usefully have disentangled by modelling software. Finally some prototype software developed by the Integrated Modelling Project to explore these problems is described.

Lewis Carroll describes a fictional map that had:

"the scale of a mile to the mile."

A character notes some practical difficulties with such a map and states that:

"we now use the country itself, as its own map, and I assure you it does nearly as well."
— Sylvie and Bruno Concluded, Lewis Carroll, 1893