Quantitizing Affective Data as Project Evaluation on the Use of a Mathematics Mobile Game and Intelligent Tutoring System

  title={Quantitizing Affective Data as Project Evaluation on the Use of a Mathematics Mobile Game and Intelligent Tutoring System},
  author={Eeva Nygren and Seugnet Blignaut and Verona Leendertz and Erkki Sutinen},
  journal={Informatics Educ.},
Technology�enhanced learning generally focuses on the cognitive rather than the af� fective domain of learning. This multi�method evaluation of the INBECOM project (Integrating Behaviourism and Constructivism in Mathematics) was conducted from the point of view of af� fective learning levels of Krathwohl et al. (1964). The research questions of the study were: (i) to explore the affective learning experiences of the three groups of participants (researchers, teachers and students) during the… 

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