A Manipulative World For Learning Addition Of Numbers
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Akpinar, Y. (2000). A Manipulative World For Learning Addition Of Numbers. In Proceedings of International Conference on Mathematics / Science Education and Technology 2000 (pp. 22-28). AACE.
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International Conference on Mathematics / Science Education and Technology (MSET) 2000
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Technological developments provided types of tools to be employed in teaching different subject matters and allowed to make some problematic subjects easier. This paper critically outlines the major trends of the employment of computer based learning packages and argues for environments in which the domain tasks can be proceduralised. The design considerations of a procedural environment, BALANCER for learning addition, is described, implementation studies and a small informative evaluation on the interface are also explained. The interface facilities of the system were found interesting and helpful, so is interpreted promising. The paper concludes with some suggestions for more comprehensive evaluation studies.
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