Educational Software - CLP

Learning by Subjectivity

Because more than one expert is offered in the software, the student may receive contrasting opinions (for example, one expert may say the assassination comes as a surprise, the other may disagree). Such discrepancies force the student to decide for herself which angle to take. There is no right or wrong; she must stake her claim on her opinions and interests. Once the research is complete, the student puts together the text for the report and chooses the video clips. The computer then analyzes her text for inconsistencies in facts, even journalism style. The student can even stand in front of a video camera connected to the system to put herself into the final product.

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