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(Brunel U, Interaction Design Research, Runnymede Campus, Egham, England) A hy- permedia system to aid teacher understanding of pupil pre- conceptions. ... The system uses constructivist learning principles to discover the preconceptions held by teachers about fundamental electrical principles. ...
Theoretical sampling was adjusted and no longer limited to the selection of participants and the choice of an existing hypermedia product, but was extended to the development of a suited hypermedia system ... with teachers and pupils Analysis of memos Reduction of differential deficits in girls and boys Analysis of interview with teachers and pupils Analysis of memos Promotion of interest in the ... Studies like this can benefit teachers, students, researchers, politicians, and even pupils. I am concerned about the danger that grammar schools are limited to teaching culture techniques. ...doi:10.1080/00291463.1986.10637281 fatcat:sdxaa7tb4nambmpo3iw7hkwf54
A diverse group of teacher preparation institutions in Michigan who believed there was a need to recognize those who reach a higher standard got together to form the Consortium for Outstanding Achievement ... The Consortium is the result of a yearlong effort begun by Levin that brought together diverse teacher preparation institutions to find a way to raise the standards for technology preparation given to ... Conclusions The intent of this study was to better understand preservice teachers' preconceptions about the role of the computer in teaching and learning. ...doi:10.1007/bf02818827 fatcat:rxdxpiiphfbszcv4qaix6f5gx4
Based on these foundations, we first depict a vision of IMT for schools that establishes the kinds of DMLE designs that appear from research to offer promising improvements. ... A major consequence of this communication emphasis is the special need for rich communication technologies to support highly interactive teaching and learning activities, especially those at a distance ... Techniques like these give teachers a gross estimate of a student's current level of understanding. ...doi:10.1080/1049482920020201 fatcat:bjs5rbmo3zeozpui7ls5tdth74
2013 International Conference on Radar
a realistic three dimensional animation with CAD (computer aided design). ... On top of that, the project OML is accompanied by a long-term empirical evaluation whose results help to understand the learning process and to continuously optimize the virtual labs. ... of the use of the mobile devices on the pupils, teachers, school and parents • Do the pupils learn better with their mobile devices? ...doi:10.1109/radar.2013.6651948 fatcat:k5bp2bh3yfgxhgy422v4xnrnta
Le riproduzioni effettuate per finalità di carattere professionale, economico o commerciale o comunque per uso diverso da quello personale possono essere effettuate a seguito di specifica autorizzazione ... The BEI-IBI Project gual Education in Primary School: Aspects of Immersion, CLIL and Bilingual Modules, edited by Daniela Elsner and Jörg-Ulrich Kessler, 1-6. Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag. ... Matyssek's (1989) approach, on the other hand, turned towards language-neutrality, i.e. the interpreter transferring a message with the aid of a cognitive system of graphics based on neither of the two ...doi:10.7359/791-2016-popp fatcat:trj3vywsmvc65djpe5dr5tzhga
J Res Sci Teach 34(4):399-424. doi: 10.1002/(SICT) 1098-2736(199704)34:4<399:: AID-TEA8>3.0.CO;2-M Lebow D (1993) Constructivist values for systems design: five principles toward a new mindset. ... References Andersson B, Karrqvist C (1983) How Swedish pupils, aged 12-15 years, understand light and its properties. ...doi:10.1007/s10956-009-9158-2 fatcat:wyd4d4c5rjgt3f35tqxdmdeooi
A hypermedia system to aid teacher understanding of pupil preconceptions. ... An application to the vocational interests of managers. ...
Education as Change
Thus, the main question that motivated this research was: How can a psycho-educational programme, using a selected audio-visual media resource, assist teachers and parents in an effort to prevent adolescent ... The programme was put into action during seven sessions over a period of about two months, and implemented with a group of 26 Grade 10 and Grade 11 students in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, to evaluate ... We will be sending you a DVD of the requested ads. For the print ads, please download the pdfs from the website. ...doi:10.1080/16823206.2015.1024144 fatcat:bsxnvnfuqjf67jcfniwkkqenaq
Through the course of producing the six initial volumes, the foundation convened a set of meetings to discuss the framing issues for this book series. ... As a result of these discussions we identified a set of shared commitments and areas of focus. ... , and hypermedia, were just beginning to emerge. ...doi:10.1080/13691180802552932 fatcat:bat5m7vltndujeaay56rtdrprm
Thanks are also due to the international uTeacher evaluator, Claire Belisle, for her stimulating comments as well as to the ITD staff members, who played a crucial role in writing the Guidelines for the ... In particular we wish to acknowledge the efforts of the national investigators, some of whom have written parts of the book while others have acted as reviewers. ... When teachers apply their knowledge of the subject and take account of the way pupils understand it, their use of ICT has a more direct effect on pupils' attainment: this is greatest when pupils are challenged ...fatcat:cmepdg5befeq3ptzv2orksbiza
The intervention consisted of a computer-mediated collaborative problem-solving (CMCPS) component and a teacher-led prescriptive tutoring (PT) component. ... The CMCPS portion of the intervention required the students to follow basic "ground rules" for computer-mediated problem-solving of physics questions with other students, while the PT portion saw the teacher ... Acknowledgements Undertaking research work of any kind is never an easy endeavour, and research work that is tied to a PhD is no exception. For me, the successful completion of the research study ...doi:10.17863/cam.16487 fatcat:bhlqknxlzfb4fdxqv7rqrcb2qq
Although this is all necessary to solve one-of-a-kind problems, it is devastating for any attempt to compete in the field of routinized work. ... based on standard methods and a repertoire of tested solutions) or Machine Bureaucracies (for volume production of goods). ... preconceptions, desires, and hopes. ...doi:10.5860/choice.37-3427 fatcat:t2c3spyrrfffta7c3vi7z54q4u
Each participant's understanding was determined by matched pairs tests - as a pre-test and as immediate and delayed post-tests. ... This thesis investigates the effectiveness of two multimedia programs in delivering an understanding of the light - dependent reaction of photosynthesis. ... Acknowledgements I am very grateful to both my supervisors, Barbara Hodgson and Denise Whitelock, for their quiet encouragement and patience during the period of this research. ...doi:10.21954/ou.ro.0000d651 fatcat:ncj42yd3uje2xbxgj7gqf3pkle
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A teacher needs to read or sing every line that shall be repeated by pupils including the each added line. ... Teaching Language through Visual Aids: One of the innovative methods used by the teacher to teach language in classroom is visual aids. ... , educational animation, electronic performance support system, e-portfolios, e-games, hypermedia, learning management systems, PDA's, podcasts, MP3 players with multimedia capabilities, multimedia CD-ROMs ...fatcat:gxmz6nmttffmhcvusiwup5hx6m
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