Whitelock, Denise; Saez, Marcel.la and Pinto, Roser
Pulling all the pedagogic pieces together to provide good electronic feedback: an example from science education.
In: 2010 International Computer Assisted Assessment Conference (CAA2010), 20-21 July 2010, Southampton, UK.
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The aim of Nefreduca project was to develop digital science materials for chronically ill children and to assist them to cope more rationally with their illness. The Nefreduca system was developed in 2 stages.The first was a teaching-learning sequence about nutrition and kidney function, which was tested with the students and their teachers from the hospital school. The second phase was the construction of an automatic feedback system for Nefreduca. This paper reports the findings from both phases and makes the case that good feedback models must build upon on a good learning design that addresses students' misconceptions and introduces well structured e-activities
||2010 The Authors
|Project Funding Details:
|Funded Project Name||Project ID||Funding Body|
|Not Set||Not Set||Consell Social de la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB, Ref: 200700047154)|
|Not Set||Not Set||Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia (MICCIN, Ref: CCT005-06-00169)|
||electronic feedback; hospitalised children; chronic illness; biology teaching
||Institute of Educational Technology
|Interdisciplinary Research Centre:
||Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology (CREET)
||19 Oct 2010 10:35
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