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Effectiveness of learning objects in various instructional settings
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Learning objects (LOs), generally understood as digital learning resources shared and accessed through the Internet and reused in multiple learning contexts, have aroused enthusiasm in the field of educational technology. Expand
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Fostering elementary school students' understanding of simple electricity by combining simulation and laboratory activities
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The simulation-laboratory combination environment led to statistically greater learning gains than the use of either simulation or laboratory activities alone, and it also promoted students' conceptual understanding most efficiently. Expand
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A comparison of students' conceptual understanding of electric circuits in simulation only and simulation‐laboratory contexts
The aim of this experimental study was to compare learning outcomes of students using a simulation alone (simulation environment) with outcomes of those using a simulation in parallel with realExpand
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Promises and pitfalls of learning objects
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Learning objects (LOs), generally understood as digital learning resources shared through the Internet and reused in multiple learning contexts, have aroused worldwide enthusiasm in the field of educational technology. Expand
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A Review of Interventions to Recruit and Retain ICT Students
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This article reviews and analyses the educational research literature on interventions to increase the recruitment and retention of information and communications technology (ICT) students. Expand
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Effects of abstract and concrete simulation elements on science learning
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We used a computer simulation to discover the basic principles of electric circuits by learning with constantly concrete simulation elements than switching from concrete to abstract elements during the learning. Expand
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Exploring the effects of concreteness fading across grades in elementary school science education
The present study investigates the effects that concreteness fading has on learning and transfer across three grade levels (4–6) in elementary school science education in comparison to learning withExpand
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The Influence of Achievement Goal Orientations and Task Concreteness on Situational Interest
This study investigated changes in elementary school students’ (n = 140) situational interest as a function of achievement goal orientation profiles and task characteristics. The authors repeatedlyExpand
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