Contextual learning theory: Concrete form and a software prototype to improve early education

  title={Contextual learning theory: Concrete form and a software prototype to improve early education},
  author={Ton Mooij},
  journal={Computers & Education},
In contextual learning theory three types of contextual conditions (differentiation of learning procedures and materials, integrated ICT support, and improvement of development and learning progress) are related to four aspects of the learning process (diagnostic, instructional, managerial, and systemic aspects). The resulting structure consists of 15 guidelines which are expected to improve instruction and learning across different situations. The present study was conducted to give concrete… CONTINUE READING

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