Esperanto/Key Concepts/Resource-Based Learning
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Resource-based learning (RBL) is an approach to pedagogy in which actively involves students, teachers and resource providers in the application of a range of resources (both human and non-human) in the learning process. It is claimed that this approach offers a flexible structure to learning such that the learner can develop as a learner according to their "varied interests, experiences, learning styles, needs and ability levels". The RBL approach focuses on the resources available to the learners and how the learners interact with these resources. This leads to an interest in the uses of technology to support and develop a learning environment.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 "Information Literacy & Learning". Prince Edward Island Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Prince Edward Island Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Retrieved 21 February 2016.
- ↑ Esch, Edith. "Resource-based learning". LLAS. Centre for languages, linguistics and area studies. Retrieved 21 February 2016.