Continuing this thread. After some thought, I think it makes sense to focus on developing two modules. The first is the use of the public library’s GED collection through Learning Express that my colleague showed me to generate content for the website that I am building with LearnDash. The second is to work with Foldit! to create an interactive game module that teaches students how to have fun with a science problem that is simple but complex, protein folding. To this end, I think it makes sense to install Foldit! on all the computer laboratory computers to set up a network for learning. I can setup a group with the Foldit! software to hold all the scores and for the clients to communicate about the results. I think that second module will be hard, but worth it. It will be a proof of principle that inquiry based learning can work in GED online education with refugees. The work with the first module will be the focus for a while, but the two modules will be pursued in parallel. What do you think about that idea?
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