Go-Lab is offering online training modules to replace the previous Go-Lab online course. Here is an introduction to the new Training Modules. To access the modules, click on their titles in the table below.
The Training Modules are designed to support beginner and advanced teachers to make the best use of the Go-Lab ecosystem. The modules provide teachers with the technical "know how" and the pedagogical framework of Go-Lab.
The modules are created as Inquiry Learning Spaces (ILSs) in Graasp, Go-Lab's Authoring and Learning platform, to provide you with a real feel of the ecosystem and how students work with Go-Lab. If you don't already have a Graasp account, we recommend that you sign up to Graasp.eu for free.
Seven Training Modules are offered, of which 3 are informative and 4 are exemplary modules.
- Informative modules provide you with information about technical aspects or pedagogical concepts offered in the Go-Lab ecosystem.
- Exemplary modules are examples of real student ILSs, with a section dedicated to teachers at each phase, explaining the rationale behind the pedagogical and technical design of the ILS, as well as additional phase hints.
The table below provides an overview of the offered Go-Lab online training modules. Click on the titles to access the modules.
|Module ID||Module Title||Module Type|
|TM1||Your first Inquiry Learning Space (ILS)||Informative|
|TM2||The Basic Inquiry Learning Scenario||Exemplary|
|TM3||Promoting Cooperation: Jigsaw Scenario||Exemplary|
|TM4||Promoting Collaboration: Six Thinking Hats Scenario||Informative|
|TM5||Promoting Collaboration: Learning by Critiquing Scenario||Exemplary|
|TM6||Using Learning Analytics in your ILS||Informative|
|TM7||Structured Controversy for a Flipped Classroom||Exemplary|
|TM8||Universal Design for Learning in Practice||Informative|
If you are new to Go-Lab, we recommend that you complete the first two training modules first.