Tutorial videos

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In this video you will learn about the three main components of Golab. These are: • The Go-Lab Repository • The authoring environment, also called Graasp • And the student view.
In this video you will learn how to create an inquiry space from an online lab. This means you will start in the repository, choose a lab and create a inquiry space around this lab.
In this video you will learn how copy and adapt an existing ILS. The repository offers many ready to use inquiry spaces. These are made by other Go-Lab users, most of them are teachers.
In this video you will learn how to create a ILS from Graasp. There are several way you can create an inquiry space.
In this video you will learn how to add online labs and apps to your ILS.
In this video you will learn how to add a file, how to rearrange and delete them and how to add a description.
In this video you will learn how to add a link, which can be used among other things to add a YouTube video to your ILS.
In this video you will learn how to share an ILS with your students.
In this video you will learn how to publish an ILS on Golabz. If you publish an ILS, it will appear on the Go-Lab portal at www.golabz.eu.
In this video we explain how to move or copy an ILS into another space or ILS.
In this tutorial you will learn how to follow how your students are doing in an ILS and how this is related to privacy issues
The Concept Mapper lets learners create concept maps, to get an overview of the key concepts and their relations in a scientific domain.
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This is a tutorial for the Question Scratchpad. The Questioning Scratchpad helps learners formulate research questions.
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This is a tutorial for. the Hypothesis Scratchpad. The Hypothesis Tool helps learners formulate hypotheses. The tool can also be used to offer (partial) ready-made hypotheses students..
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This is a tutorial for. the Experimental Design Tool. The Experiment Design Tool (EDT) supports planning scientific experiments and recording the results observed.
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In this video you will learn how to use the observation tool. The observation tool allows your students to record observations they make during their investigation.
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This is a tutorial for. the Data Viewer. The Data Viewer provides features for learners to organise and visualise the data from experiments. Data sets can be presented in different ways, e.g.
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This is a tutorial for the Conclusion Tool.
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In this video you will learn how to use the reflection tool. The Reflection Tool gives feedback to students about their use of an Inquiry Learning Space.
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In this video you will learn how to use the entry box. The entry box is a simple note taking app for students. The text is saved automatically.
In this video you will learn how to use the table tool. The table tool helps you create a table. You as a teacher define the columns and row and your students can fill it in with text or numbers.
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In this tutorial you will learn how you can configure tools to fit your learing needs.
General introduction to the SpeakUp mobile app
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Tutorial on how to use the SpeakUp app in a Go-Lab Inquiry Learning Space (or ILS)
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This video tutorial briefly explains the idea of modelling, and introduces the GoModel modelling app by showing how to create a first, simple model.
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