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An Authentic Setting to Lead students to Unlimited Long Term Memory While Overcoming Burnout
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Kageto, M. & Sato, S. (2010). An Authentic Setting to Lead students to Unlimited Long Term Memory While Overcoming Burnout. In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2010 (pp. 1357-1362). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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We have been hosting an International Collaborative Project based on constructivist theories. There have been discussions on how to make an authentic setting for students to acquire the competencies to enrich their lives. In reviewing our experience, we have come to the conclusion that learners develop a more meaningful understanding if they are active participants in their own authentic setting. Furthermore, if the event was designed from preparation to the final stage for them to be able to create a role model focusing on the cognitive load, the ICPs lead the students to become a person who could create real knowledge that enriches their future lives. In this report,we would like to clarify the pitfalls of burnout syndrome that they can easily feel after the completion of the event. What is the scaffolding for them, how are they led by constructivist theory? We also focus on ICT education. These technological competencies extend so far as to describe how students share their thoughts and information through the network and the contents.
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