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Apps are dedicated software tools that help students in their inquiry learning tasks and help students to create hypotheses, design experiments, make predictions, formulate interpretations of the data, etc. Other learning apps present students, for example, with a quiz or allow students to view online teacher feedback. The apps can be combined with an Online Lab to create an Inquiry Learning Space (ILS). Learning Analytics apps give teachers an overview of students’ progress in the ILS.

If you select apps in English, the descriptions on this website will still be displayed in English. However, when you include the app in an ILS and change the language setting of the ILS to English, the app will be displayed in English within the ILS.

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Rating: 3 - 1 votes

The Quest 2.0 app can be used to create questionnaires and surveys. These can contain containing multiple choice, multiple select, open answer and table like questions with multiple choice, multiple select, and smileys type answers.

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The Note board app lets learners put colored notes (like a stickie note) on a whiteboard and comment on them. Each note has a title and text content. You as a teacher, define the named boards (sections) on the whiteboard. The learners can move the notes between the boards.

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With this application students are encouraged to reflect on their collaboration skills. To do so, this application uses principles of joint reflection (peer assessment and discussion). Reflection is facilitated in three steps: 1) assessment 2) evaluation 3) goal setting.

Rating: 5 - 1 votes

In the time checker app, students can compare their actual time spending in the different phases of an ILS with their own initial planning of this (as given in the Time planner app).

Rating: 5 - 1 votes

The time spent app intends to let the student reflect on the time spent in the various phases of the ILS. The teacher can set a norm (as a percentage or in minutes) for each phase. The app shows both the teacher norm and the actual time spent in the phases as a bar chart.

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This app supports students in viewing a special concept map created by aggregating all concept maps from all students in an ILS. No configuration is necessary. Of course, somewhere in the ILS there must be a concept map from which the aggregate concept map can be created.

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The time planner app lets students estimate the time they will spend in the various phases of an ILS.

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Chempy is a tool specifically designed to enter and check chemical formula using the standard notation of using subscripts for coefficients and superscripts for charges. Teachers configure Chempy by giving the formula (e.g., Na+ + Cl- -> NaCl) that students have to enter.

Rating: 4 - 3 votes

The Concept Mapper tool lets learners create concept maps, to get an overview of the key concepts and their relations in a scientific domain. They can define their own concepts and relations or choose from a list of predefined terms.

Rating: 5 - 1 votes

This tool supports teachers in inspecting the concept maps created by students for an ILS. The tool is normally placed in the Teacher Dashboard.