Fu-Hsing Tsai

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To date, online games have increasingly become the dominant form of computer games particularly for children and adolescents. From the educational point of view, online games almost possess the key features of a constructivist learning environment. In this paper we present an online game-based learning model for designing constructivist learning environment(More)
This study developed an educational online game, Super Delivery, targeting knowledge about saving electricity, and conducted case studies of eight sixth-grade students using this game to explore the factors influencing the effectiveness of students’ knowledge acquisition in digital game-based learning (DGBL). This study followed Miles and Huberman’s (1994)(More)
This study aims to investigate whether different player-matching mechanisms in educational multi-player online games (MOGs) can affect students’ learning performance, enjoyment perception and gaming behaviors. Based on the multi-player quiz game, TRIS-Q, developed by Tsai, Tsai and Lin (2015) using a free player-matching (FPM) mechanism, the same game, but(More)
An educational online game is proposed in the paper. We then examine the impact of learners' online-game experience and their self-efficacy on learning effects. Meanwhile, the relationships among main factors, which influence the learning effects are analyzed. We found that a significant correlation between learners' online-game experience and their(More)
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