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Informatics in Education

2013 Volume 12, Number 1

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Computer Use and Its Effect on the Memory Process in Young and Adults

    Paula Mariza Zedu Alliprandini, Sandra Luzia Wrobel Straub, Elisangela Brugnera, Tânia Pitombo de Oliveira & Isabela Augusta Andrade Souza

    This work investigates the effect of computer use in the memory process in young and adults under the Perceptual and Memory experimental conditions. The memory condition involved the phases... More

    pp. 1-11

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  2. Adaptive Educational Software by Applying Reinforcement Learning

    Abdellah Bennane

    The introduction of the intelligence in teaching software is the object of this paper. In software elaboration process, one uses some learning techniques in order to adapt the teaching software to ... More

    pp. 13-27

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  3. The Experience of Using the Scrum Process in the Production of Learning Objects for Blended Learning

    Raphael Winckler de Bettio, Denilson Alves Pereira, Ronei Ximenes Martins & Tales Heimfarth

    The technological resources used for pedagogical innovation in the form of distance education have increasingly been incorporated into face-to-face education. This article describes the experience ... More

    pp. 29-41

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  4. E-Teaching in Undergraduate University Education and Its Relatioship to Approaches to Teaching

    Carlos González

    While researchers working within the "Student Learning Research" framework have developed or adapted questionnaires to gather information on students' experiences of blended learning, no ... More

    pp. 81-92

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  5. Development of an Intelligent Instruction System for Mathematical Computation

    Du Gyu Kim & Jaemu Lee

    In this paper, we propose the development of a web-based, intelligent instruction system to help elementary school students for mathematical computation. We concentrate on the intelligence... More

    pp. 93-106

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  6. Organizational Approach to the Ergonomic Examination of E-Learning Modules

    Evgeniy Lavrov, Olena Kupenko, Tetiana Lavryk & Natalia Barchenko

    With a significant increase in the number of e-learning resources the issue of quality is of current importance. An analysis of existing scientific and methodological literature shows the variety... More

    pp. 107-124

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  7. Teaching of Computer Science Topics Using Meta-Programming-Based GLOs and LEGO Robots

    Vytautas Štuikys, Renata Burbaite & Robertas Damaševicius

    The paper's contribution is a methodology that integrates two educational technologies (GLO and LEGO robot) to teach Computer Science (CS) topics at the school level. We present the methodology as ... More

    pp. 125-142

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