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This state of the art quantity encompasses a choice of papers at the most recent examine within the box of desktops in schooling. the subjects coated diversity from human-computer interplay utilized to schooling to instructor education in communique and knowledge applied sciences.
This e-book is geared toward academics, academics, researchers, complicated scholars and alertness designers on pcs in schooling.
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Within microworlds, the user can create and manipulate computational objects to develop the solution strategy for a problem. The microworlds currently available are called: Coins, Calendar, Abacus, Number Building, Number Line, Simplified Spreadsheet, Histogram, and Art Bits. Advanced Learning Environments 21 The first two microworlds have been designed to support the construction of solution strategies for additive and multiplicative problems in fields that are related to students’ real world experience (buying and selling, measure of time).
With this purpose, educational developers need to rely on a set of clear, concrete and measurable quality criteria. In this paper, we propose a number of evaluation criteria for educational hypermedia systems that are based on the authors' experience as developers of educational systems, such as CESAR, Now-Graduado or CIPP. Such criteria are aimed not only at helping educational developers to evaluate their systems but also to provide them with some guidance to address educational requirements during the design process.
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