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Title: New practices of learning using adjustable software
Authors: Rodrigues, Elsa
Moreno, José
Grilo, Daniel
Orientador: Moreno, José
Keywords: Learning
Adjustable software
Issue Date: 22-Apr-2009
Publisher: Formatex
Citation: Rodrigues, E., Moreno, J. & Grilo, D. (2009). New practices of learning using adjustable software. In Research, Reflections and Innovations in Integrating ICT in Education. Edited by A. Méndez-Vilas, A. Solano Martín, J.A. Mesa González and J. Mesa González. pp. 417-420. Badajoz. Formatex. ISBN: 978-84-692-1789-4.
Abstract: We can perceive that in our society “ learning“ today is not the same as to just acquire knowledge. We must realise that, in our present society, “learning” is not the same as just acquire knowledge, but it also means to use elementary tools, so that learning can be applied in real life. In this context the teacher has an important role in the definition process of new teaching practices. We have proposed a project that develops a new type of software, which contributes to a more efficient teacher’s performance, inside the classroom.´ This software generates new mechanisms in order to allow the definition of new practices, according to the teacher wants to teach. This new approach allows students to minimize their difficulties. This software was built using Human Computer Interface and User Interface Design models in order to fulfil the goals we want to reach.
Description: Contém as comunicações apresentadas no V International Conference on Multimedia and Information & Communication Technologies in Education
Peer reviewed: yes
ISBN: 978-84-692-1789-4
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