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Arithmetic Bird: a game for training mathematical operations

André Aparício, Frutuoso Silva
2019 EAI Endorsed Transactions on Serious Games  
We present a game for training main mathematical operations for elementary school students, mainly for the third and fourth-grade.  ...  The results showed that the use of the game has a positive effect on the improvement of the mental calculus rapidness of the players.  ...  Thus, in this paper, we will present a new game, called Arithmetic Bird, designed to helps kids to train the four main mathematical operations.  ... 
doi:10.4108/eai.11-7-2019.159526 fatcat:7morb3arxnfe7np7f6sgtsmiza

Approximate number system discrimination training for 7-8 year olds improves approximate, but not exact, arithmetics, and only in children with low pre-training arithmetic scores

Nuria Ferres-Forga, Justin Halberda
2020 Journal of Numerical Cognition  
only for those children with a low pre-training arithmetic score.  ...  Thus, the ANS training did not show a specific effect on arithmetic performance.  ...  Game-based training of basic math skills may be helpful, as it may be less threatening to those who have difficulty learning mathematics.  ... 
doi:10.5964/jnc.v6i3.277 fatcat:dekdvljurvbxxh3h2x4cxbltqu

The child-engineering of arithmetic in ToonTalk

Ken Kahn
2004 Proceeding of the 2004 conference on Interaction design and children building a community - IDC '04  
Providing a child-appropriate interface to an arithmetic package with arbitrarily large numbers and exact fractions is surprisingly challenging.  ...  As with other objects in ToonTalk ® , we strive to make the enhanced numbers work in a concrete and playful manner.  ...  I am grateful to Gordon Simpson, Leonel Morgado, and Mary Dalrymple for their comments on this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1017833.1017860 dblp:conf/acmidc/Kahn04 fatcat:sgocaukrivasfk2zimmw5dxmam

Non-symbolic approximate arithmetic training improves math performance in preschoolers

Joonkoo Park, Vanessa Bermudez, Rachel C. Roberts, Elizabeth M. Brannon
2016 Journal of Experimental Child Psychology  
Three to five year-old children showed selective improvements in math skills after multiple days of playing a tabletbased non-symbolic approximate arithmetic game compared to children who played a memory  ...  game.  ...  .; Dowker, A. Numerical and arithmetic abilities in non-primate species. Oxford University Press; Oxford, UK: 2014.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jecp.2016.07.011 pmid:27596808 pmcid:PMC5053875 fatcat:hulahz5bgrha7gre4fe3mk7n2i

The Development of Arithmetic Gamification Using Digital Dice

Suprih Widodo, Puji Rahayu, Nahrowi Adjie, Sri Adi Widodo, Bayu Rahmat Setiadi
2018 International Journal of Engineering & Technology  
Due to the importance of arithmetic abilities for elementary school students, this research aims to develop games using digital dice.This games will be used in gamification in math education.  ...  This research method is research and development, while the game development process using the waterfall model of system development life cycle.  ...  We thank Taufik Ridwan and the team the for their support with the materials and constructing this educational game.  ... 
doi:10.14419/ijet.v7i3.2.18742 fatcat:gqsmveq5z5ak3aio5m6ocrghwe

Approximate Arithmetic Training Improves Informal Math Performance in Low Achieving Preschoolers

Emily Szkudlarek, Elizabeth M. Brannon
2018 Frontiers in Psychology  
However, the relative effectiveness of approximate arithmetic training compared to available educational games, and the type of math skills that approximate arithmetic targets are unknown.  ...  Our results support the conclusion that approximate arithmetic training may be especially effective for children with low math skills, and that approximate arithmetic training improves early informal,  ...  We would also like to thank Joonkoo Park, Nick DeWind, and Stephanie Bugden for their helpful discussions of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00606 pmid:29867624 pmcid:PMC5962682 fatcat:ivanmvf7urceflhuelnxwnal3i

Bird Day Exercise

M. B.C., M. A. S.
1907 Journal of Education  
Science and Mathematics, private school, New Jersey. Send for particulars, giving training and experience. WINSHIP TEACHERS’ AGENCY 29-A Beacon Street, Boston March 21, 1907 Bird Day Exercise.  ...  President Eliot has expressed himself as again.t the game time and again, and in his annual report made public last week he again characterized it as a game which was too fierce for either students or  ... 
doi:10.1177/002205740706501210 fatcat:knsppofcqzbiri5dafa24qruwy

The Littlest Mathematician: An Approach Applicable at all Levels

Margery Baumgartner
1958 The Arithmetic Teacher  
From a functional viewpoint, it is important to broaden the teaching field to include those aspects of mathematics a student will use after graduation—when machines have taken over much of his computation  ...  Does number cover the whole area of mathematics? Does spelling cover the whole area of language arts? Numerical computation is only one part of the study of mathematics.  ...  He makes a tiny sound for the little dog. This seems to be his own invention, not a learned game. 2;9 “I saw the birdies in their little barns.  ... 
doi:10.5951/at.5.3.0131 fatcat:qvfassnj4bbjfjp7vakglgg66y

A Study of How Angry Birds Has Been Used in Mathematics Education

Deborah Moore-Russo, Jeri Diletti, Joshua Strzelec, Caitlin Reeb, Jonathan Schillace, Ashley Martin, Talal Arabeyyat, Kristen Prabucki, Stefanie Scanlon
2015 Digital Experiences in Mathematics Education  
In this qualitative study that considered videos posted to YouTube, we report how the digital game Angry Birds® has been implemented in a variety of settings in mathematics education.  ...  Understanding how teachers are leveraging entertainment media for educational purposes is imperative in this age with near ubiquitous presence of digital games.  ...  These included a late-night talk-show reenactment of the game; a parent quizzing her child, who was dressed as an Angry Bird, about arithmetic facts; adolescents using graphing calculators to play homemade  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40751-015-0008-y fatcat:5mbrromzgjai3kdjelwqbeqmtq

The Use of Arithmetic in the Out-of-School Life of Children

Roy DeVerl Willey
1942 Mathematics Teacher  
clone much in eliminating superfluous arithmetic from our public schools, but they have also resulted in a questionable practice of imposing adult standards on pupils with little consideration of immediate  ...  The utility arithmetic research studies of Wise, Woody, Thorndike, Mitchell, Charters, Sclwrling, Bobbitt, Wilson and Bowden were all concerned with the use of arithmetic by adults.1 These studies have  ...  To stand up before others, to think on your feet, to drive through to the answer, is good a Book training for situations that call for quick think- ing; and such situations life frequently pre- sents.”  ... 
doi:10.5951/mt.35.1.0023 fatcat:4ayieudpyjhnjegllqv65nl42u

An Electric Fish-Based Arithmetic Optimization Algorithm for Feature Selection

Rehab Ali Ibrahim, Laith Abualigah, Ahmed A. Ewees, Mohammed A. A. Al-qaness, Dalia Yousri, Samah Alshathri, Mohamed Abd Elaziz
2021 Entropy  
Thus, in this paper, an innovative approach is proposed based on a hybrid integration between two intelligent algorithms, Electric fish optimization (EFO) and the arithmetic optimization algorithm (AOA  ...  The proposed EFOAOA is examined with eighteen datasets for different real-life applications.  ...  The AOA is inspired by mathematical operations and proposed by Abualigah et al. [25] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/e23091189 pmid:34573818 fatcat:jwhttkybonc2ljg6mjlt3akg5e

Book Review: A Course of Study in Arithmetic for Grades below the High SchoolA COURSE OF STUDY IN ARITHMETIC FOR GRADES BELOW THE HIGH SCHOOL By PhilipsGeorge Marris, LL. D., principal of the West Chester, Philadelphia High School, and Robert F. Anderson, Sc. D., of the same school. New York, Boston and Chicago: Silver Burdett & Co. Paper. 46 pages

1915 Journal of Education  
of fundamental operations.”  ...  This is one of the most attractive and valuable books of songs for little people that has appeared because every song is accompanied by a beautiful full page picture of birds, by Louis Agassiz Fuertes,  ... 
doi:10.1177/002205741508101219 fatcat:ovw5vl33irextdbnjwufb26pbe

Physics Learning in Primary and Secondary Schools with Computer Games—An Example — Angry Birds [chapter]

Robert Repnik, Dominik Robič, Igor Pesek
2015 E-Learning - Instructional Design, Organizational Strategy and Management  
In addition, we conduct a survey to gain insight on the opinion of physics teachers about the appropriateness of the computer game Angry Birds for teaching physics in elementary and high school.  ...  Nowadays, many learners spend their free time playing computer games that use basic physics laws for game mechanics.  ...  The first game was released in year 2009 for Apple's iOS Android, Symbian, and Windows Phone operating systems.  ... 
doi:10.5772/60604 fatcat:qgfaafo6orakfj5ylikljemyya

Our Number System and the Use of Manipulative Materials in Arithmetic

J. Fred Weaver
1953 Journal of Education  
The Teaching of Arithmetic in Schools A Report Pre- ared for the Mathematical Association, London (G. Bell and Sons, Ltd.), 1952. Order from H. G.  ...  Good for gymnasium floors to out- line game patterns, too.  ... 
doi:10.1177/002205745313600103 fatcat:aeelc2fk35gnzkehlsov4xwtxu

V-Naturalizing Kuhn

Alexander Bird
2004 Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society  
A naturalistic conception of paradigms is ripe for development with the tools of cognitive science. As a consequence a naturalistic understanding of world-change and incommensurability is also viable.  ...  This will be true even for the operations involved in a simple arithmetical calculation.  ...  Above I mentioned a mathematical argument with the steps: (i) d 2 /dt 2 = −k 2 sin ; (ii) d 2 /dt 2 ≈ −k 2 for small ; (iii) ≈ a sin kt + c for small .  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9264.2004.00166.x fatcat:35brlrywlzhxvos4ehvry6kq4e
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