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Object-Oriented Software Development Education: a Constructivist Framework

2005 Informatics in Education. An International Journal  
The paper argues for the importance of the constructivist learning theory to software development education.  ...  This paper reports on a constructivist approach to object-oriented software development at the undergraduate level.  ...  The Learning Cycle and Software Development Education Normally, software development is taught during the fifth and the sixth semester of the Bachelor Study Program in Computer Science at the Faculty of  ... 
doi:10.15388/infedu.2005.10 fatcat:hebeu4urf5dcpabhoyqmca4lpi

Constructivist design and evaluation of interactive educational software: a research-based approach and examples

Christina Solomonidou
2016 Ανοικτή Εκπαίδευση το περιοδικό για την Ανοικτή και εξ Αποστάσεως Εκπαίδευση και την Εκπαιδευτική Τεχνολογία  
It reviews various constructivist views of learning and also constructivist technology-mediated learning.  ...  The paper introduces constructivist views of learning as a theoretical background to inform the design, implementation and evaluation of quality interactive multimedia educational software.  ...  During the design and development of the software, this was constantly tested in a large Greek secondary school (a science teacher of this school was a member of our design team).  ... 
doi:10.12681/jode.9693 fatcat:qmg6kmqijnamtj6s6lqkuk3bzi

Development A Constructivist Module and Web on Circle and Sphere Material with Wingeom Software

Hamdunah Hamdunah, Alfi Yunita, Zulkardi Zulkardi, Muhafzan Muhafzan
2016 Journal on Mathematics Education  
This research aims to develop constructivist module and web on circle and sphere material with wingeom software are valid, practice and effective. The type of this research is development research.  ...  The research results obtained constructivist module and web on circle and sphere material with software wingeom are 1) valid in aspects of content, presentation, linguistic and kegrafikaan, 2) practice  ...  Learning tools that can be developed with a constructivist approach is a module.  ... 
doi:10.22342/jme.7.2.3536.109-116 fatcat:t2o6evqjavfdxowkyspeptdyiy

Learner-Centered Web-Based Instruction in Software Engineering

S. Hadjerrouit
2005 IEEE Transactions on Education  
During the past several years, there has been a growing demand for skilled software engineers, a demand that, unfortunately, has not been satisfied, resulting in a variety of problems for the discipline  ...  First, software engineering education must become more realistic. Second, software engineering education has to move closer to the learner.  ...  CREATING A CONSTRUCTIVIST APPROACH TO SOFTWARE ENGINEERING Software engineering is taught during the fifth semester of the three-year study program in Computer Science at the Faculty of Mathematics and  ... 
doi:10.1109/te.2004.832871 fatcat:tkjgtiyze5butl4rkhwreqc36q

Haptic's suitability to constructivist learning environment: aspects of teachers and teacher candidates

Hasan Karal, Ilknur Reisoglu
2009 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Until today many technologies are used in constructivist learning environments.  ...  In this study, it is revealed that haptic is suitable to constructivist learning environments by providing active, cognizing, exploring and meaningful learning.  ...  Therefore, the cores of constructivist approach are active learning, learning through cognizing, meaningful learning, learning through exploring.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2009.01.224 fatcat:4hjfxqzq6rcizdez3qm4l63bzq

Use of technology in constructivist approach

Derya Isik Ayse
2018 Educational Research and Reviews  
on mind and is based on developing cognitive skills.  ...  flexibility in curriculum, supporting the use of high-order cognitive skills, supporting skills development, arranging learning environments, supporting activity-based learning, and supporting the construction  ...  Besides, the existence of software that provides the opportunity to work on the same file at the same time support collaborative learning.  ... 
doi:10.5897/err2018.3609 fatcat:sa2kewa73bfhji55hc2brnvd6m

Promoting Positive Education through Constructivist Digital Learning Heutagogy: An Intervention Outcome

Tanuja Khan, Sheena Thomas
2022 Journal of Learning for Development  
The study throws light on CDLH (Constructivist Digital Learning Heutagogy) Model.  ...  Results revealed that learning through constructivist Digital Learning Heutagogy supported academic achievement, learning engagement and positive emotions, whereas it also showed that the peer relationship  ...  During the online workshop facilitators dealt with the topic through a constructivist approach of learning to inculcate positive education among the pupil teachers.  ... 
doi:10.56059/jl4d.v9i2.646 fatcat:tntpkuurh5alpfyx6veatsvr6y

The effect of educational technologies and material supported science and technology teaching on the problem solving skills of 5th grade primary school student

Oğuz Serin, Nergüz Bulut Serin, Gizem Saygılı
2009 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
research is todetermine the effect of educational Technologies and material supported science and technology teaching on the problem solving skills of 5th grade primary school students fort his reason the software  ...  are 80 studenrs from the 5-C and 5-F classes of Buca Primary School of the 2006-2007 academıc year.For this research, as the data collection device, researchers used "The Problem Solving Skills Scale" developed  ...  actively participate in learning, they take more responsibility during the learning process and develop permanent learning (Bodner, 1990; Laverty & Mc Garwey, 1991; Hand & Treogust, 1991 , Akt.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2009.01.116 fatcat:47i2oheofzg2tl6yegyhsel5my

Guest Editorial - Creative Design: Scaffolding Creative Reasoning and Meaningful Learning

Chien-Sing Lee, Janet L. Kolodner, Ashok K. Goel
2011 Educational Technology & Society  
Second, during approximately the same period, constructivist (Savery & Duffy 1996; Jonassen 1999 ) and social constructivist (Palinscar 1998 ) theories of learning and teaching became prominent.  ...  What social constructivist practices can be used to promote learning to design, and especially learning to design creatively?  ... 
dblp:journals/ets/LeeKG11 fatcat:7gbb5wuhrbe65lpkq6simip6m4

Findings from the Teaching, Learning, and Computing Survey

Henry Jay Becker
2000 Education Policy Analysis Archives  
More than 3/4 of such teachers have students use word processing programs regularly during class and a majority are regular users of at least one other type of software besides skill-based games.  ...  teaching philosophy are very likely to have students make regular use of computers during class.  ...  constructivist pedagogies such as developing student responsibility for selecting and carrying out learning tasks, emphasizing group work involving discourse, and the use of projects, products, and performances  ... 
doi:10.14507/epaa.v8n51.2000 fatcat:l3k45ewzyfb5thqhbw6ciwlggm

Designing a Pedagogical Model for Web Engineering Education: An Evolutionary Perspective

Said Hadjerrouit
2005 Journal of Information Technology Education  
Thus, the starting point for developing a pedagogical model is the constructivist learning theory and research work related to the design of constructivist learning environments (Bradley & Oliver, 2002  ...  Thus, the learning goal was to let students experience the challenges of developing small, but well-structured and documented software.  ...  His research interests include computer science and software engineering education, didactics of informatics, E-Learning, Web engineering, and object-oriented software development with the Unified Modeling  ... 
doi:10.28945/268 fatcat:c52lojakovbpdepjbtph7itxzq

Feedback and the Speed of Answer of Pupils with Dyslexia in Digital Activities

Maria N. Kazakou, Spiros Soulis
2015 Procedia Computer Science  
Results showed that activities with constructivist type of feedback help students find the correct answer faster.  ...  That problem affects their ability both in reading and writing and accompanies them to some extent during their entire life.  ...  Feedback Feedback is the knowledge of the outcomes for success or failure of the learning process during the solution of a problem by means of which motives develop for the pupil [19] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2015.09.264 fatcat:vwzmpcqvovgt5dhgkowidcqxzy

Are instructivist pedagogies more appropriate for learning the sciences in South African low-quintile schools than western literature suggests?

Angela Elisabeth Stott
2018 Journal of Education  
I propose two kinds of instructivist resources, low-language-demand drill-and-practise worksheets and software, that may be effective in improving learning in this context by developing language competence  ...  Some research suggests that the use of instructivist teaching strategies may be detrimental to learning while other research asserts that such strategies can enhance learning under certain conditions.  ...  Instructivist pedagogies help learners to manage effectively the limited size of working memory during the learning process (Fletcher, 2009) .  ... 
doi:10.17159/2520-9868/i71a03 fatcat:35i4ohk6bjcrxe2ij7pwl756gq

The effect of dynamic mathematics software geogebra on student achievement in teaching of trigonometry

Yılmaz Zengin, Hasan Furkan, Tamer Kutluca
2012 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
The experimental group was subjected to the lessons arranged with the GeoGebra software in computer assisted teaching method, while the control group was subjected to the lessons shaped with constructivist  ...  The purpose of this study is to determine the effects of dynamic mathematics software GeoGebra on student achievement in teaching of trigonometry. The sample of the study consists of 51 students.  ...  During the past decades, there has been a great evolution in mathematical software packages.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2011.12.038 fatcat:trxepbmyhngqxn6m5vt634nl74

The interplay between different forms of CAI and students' preferences of learning environment in the secondary science class

Chun-Yen Chang, Chin-Chung Tsai
2005 Science Education  
learning preferences students, whereas the student-centered method was more beneficial to more constructivist-oriented learning preferences students on their attitudes toward earth science in a computer-assisted  ...  learning environment.  ...  During its development, a class of forty 10th-grade students enrolled in an earth science course first tested the software during the spring semester of 1998.  ... 
doi:10.1002/sce.20072 fatcat:4e62omjwx5a2bdhplkoqclrwam
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