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Analyzing Children ’ s Cognitive Activities in Digital Problem-solving Learning Games “ William Adventure ” : An In-depth Case Study

@inproceedings{Shiha2008AnalyzingC,
  title={Analyzing Children ’ s Cognitive Activities in Digital Problem-solving Learning Games “ William Adventure ” : An In-depth Case Study},
  author={Ju-Ling Shiha and Hui-Yu Sub},
  year={2008}
}
Since a large variety of digital games have been used in many fields for educational purposes, their real functions in learning have caught much attention as well. This study aims to explore learning characteristics of problem-solving digital games and their corresponding cognitive levels. this research aims to design and develop a problem-solving game in which story context the tasks are inter-related to each other. Learners’ task analysis are performance to observe two elementary learners… 

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