A computer card game for the learning of basic aspects of the binary system in primary education: Design and pilot evaluation

@article{Kordaki2010ACC,
  title={A computer card game for the learning of basic aspects of the binary system in primary education: Design and pilot evaluation},
  author={Maria Kordaki},
  journal={Education and Information Technologies},
  year={2010},
  volume={16},
  pages={395-421}
}
This paper presents the design, features and pilot evaluation study of a computer card game for the learning of basic aspects of the binary system (BS) by primary level education pupils. This design was based on modern social and constructivist theories of learning, in combination with basic game design principles. Pupils are asked to play against the computer with cards featuring Binary Numbers (BNs). To engage successfully with the game, pupils are provided with opportunities to review their… CONTINUE READING

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