Hilda Kalyoncu
res — webapplication
Res introduces pupils to scientific work — the web application assists in their research and analysis phase.
with Rana Cakir and Sina Schulz | 6th semester (2018/2019)
supervised by Prof. Hans Krämer
Res
Approach
The internet helps us with information retrieval. Everybody can look up anything on anytime. Especially at a young age, it is difficult to evaluate the found information correctly. Is it a trustworthy source? What's the key message of the text? What and how does a source directory work?
The proper use of the internet should be part of education.
Res isn't just a guide for the internet. To achieve a sustainable learning effect, pupils get assists during the obtaining and evaluating process. The methodical approach for the information collection builds the foundation of this application.
first step
brainstorm
Which knowledge is already available and must be deepening? What would be interesting to find out additionally? These first thoughts build the framework. The mindmap visualization improves the ability to create connections between topics. In the next step, the Pupils can add these thoughts to the reference points of the teacher.
  • mind-map
  • cluster
Mind-Map
second and third step
research and anaylze
The indicator on the topic overview shows the amount of the collected information. Sustainable learning is achieved, for example, through hints during the analysis and research phase. Data can be easily copypasted or drag and dropped in the working canvas. Formatting options like highlighting are helping to set focus points.
  • images
  • data
Images
last step
sharing
Sharing is caring. Each project can be saved publicly in the subject folder of the class. It builds a collection for everyone to fall back at any time. All projects can additionally be download as a pdf.
Share