Triple scheme of learning support design for scientific discovery learning based on computer simulation: experimental research

@article{Zhang2004TripleSO,
  title={Triple scheme of learning support design for scientific discovery learning based on computer simulation: experimental research},
  author={Jianwei Zhang and Qi Chen and Yanquing Sun and David J. Reid},
  journal={J. Comp. Assisted Learning},
  year={2004},
  volume={20},
  pages={269-282}
}
Learning support studies involving simulation-based scientific discovery learning have tended to adopt an ad hoc strategies-oriented approach in which the support strategies are typically pre-specified according to learners’ difficulties in particular activities. This article proposes a more integrated approach, a triple scheme for learning support design on the basis of the systematic analysis of the internal conditions of scientific discovery learning. The triple learning support scheme… CONTINUE READING
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