A Go-Lab scenario describes, in a domain independent way, all activities, materials, and interactions for teachers and learners that comprise a complete (online and offline) Go-Lab inquiry learning experience. Scenarios differ in activities included and in the combination of a) offline and online activities b) individual or collaborative actions c) distribution of activities over teachers and system, and c) sequencing of activities.

Six different scenarios are described that can be used to shape the didactical structure of an ILS. Choosing the right scenario depends on a number of considerations. These concern the educational objectives involved, the characteristics of the students, more particular the students’ prior knowledge level and the inquiry skills the students possess, and organizational issues. Please read the description of each scenario by clicking the title link.

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