Using video to promote Inquiry-based Learning in science: the case of Logger Pro®

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Vincent English
Yvonne Crotty
Margaret Farren


L’articolo presenta un progetto didattico per l’elaborazione di dati del mondo reale per l’apprendimento di concetti della fisica e della matematica

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