CBLIS Conference Proceedings 2003 Volume II: The educational potencial of new technologies
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1 A study on science teachers´ use of design features of a simulated visual laboratory to develop active involvement of students in the teaching of thermodynamics at senior high school
Korobilis, K. Hatzikraniotis, Ε. Psillos, D.,
In this paper we describe a small-scale exploratory study on how in-service science teachers of Greek senior high schools can take advantage of facilities included in a simulated visual Lab to create ...
2 An intelligent and practical educational environment
Prodan, Augustin,
This paper presents a Java framework for designing and implementing intelligent and practical e-learning tools, to be used by both the students and the teaching staff in their didactic and research ac...
3 Can the use of an interactive computational model assist in teaching forms of causality in system dynamics?
Lymbouridou, Chrystalla Sevastidou, Alexia,
This study investigated the effectiveness of a computational model (made with Stagecast Creator1) in teaching forms of causality in system dynamics. Systems causality forms were examined within the co...
4 Cognitive evaluation of a technology-based learning environment for scientific education
Smyrnaiou, Zacharoula Weil-Barais, Annick,
Computer equipment and a technology based environment intended for education and training using new communication and information technologies (ICTs) mofify the context of teaching and learning. We pr...
5 Computer visualization of the approximations of functions by several terms of their Fourier series
Seibert, Jaroslav Trojovský, Pavel,
Fourier trigonometric series are a constant component of the basic course of calculus at Universities. If we teach the topic about the Fourier series in the classical way it is often necessary to give...
6 Developing students' problem solving skills by learning simulation "hiking across Estonia"
Pedaste, Margus Sarapuu, Tago,
A unique web-based learning environment “Hiking Across Estonia” (http://bio.edu.ee/tour/) comprising two modules – one for students and another for developers and researchers – has been composed. Stud...
7 Distance learning as a new method for studying the earth sciences in high school
Gudovitch, Y. Orion, N.,
The aim of this research was to develop a computerized distance-learning unit that will fit the needs of the Israeli high-school earth-science syllabus. the ability of students to conduct lab-activiti...
8 Ecologies of parental engagement and preservice science teacher education: the design and development of a multimedia case-based environment “p a r e n t s”
Roushias, Christos Barton, Angela Calabrese,
The purpose of this paper is to present the rationale and principles that guided the design and development of a multimedia case-based environment, called PARENTS. Following a development research app...
9 Electronic roads in the information society: social, educational and technological aspects
Constantinou, Constantinos P. Kakas, A. C. Katsikides, S. Papadopoulos, G. A. Pattichis, C. Pitsilli...
In this paper we present the major technological challenges to the formation of the Information Society and the ways in which social and pedagogical restrictions can serve to influence the outcome of ...
10 Enews: an odl platform to support environmental citizenship
Donert, Karl,
This article describes the main activities and approaches of the eNews Minerva (Open and Distance Learning - ODL) Project. eNews is an initiative of the European Commission SOCRATES Minerva Program 20...