نتایج جستجو برای educational software

تعداد نتایج: 447539  

Journal: :Journal of dental education 2003
Titus K L Schleyer, Lynn A Johnson,

Evaluation is an important component of developing educational software. Ideally, such evaluation quantifies and qualifies the effects of a new educational intervention on the learning process and outcomes. Conducting meaningful and rigorous educational evaluation is difficult, however. Challenges include defining and measuring educational outcomes, accounting for media effects, coping with pra...

2013
Paula Escudeiro, José Bidarra,

This paper presents the overall evaluation of the Quantitative Evaluation Framework (QEF) approach which has been applied in an operational teaching environment for the last six years. During this period we have evaluated the difference between educational software systems that were developed using the Techno-Didactical Extension for Instruction/Learning Based on Computer (X-TEC) model and educ...

Journal: :Journal of dental education 2003
Lynn A Johnson, Titus K L Schleyer,

The development of effective educational software requires a systematic process executed by a skilled development team. This article describes the core skills required of the development team members for the six phases of successful educational software development. During analysis, the foundation of product development is laid including defining the audience and program goals, determining hard...

Journal: :Interacting with Computers 1999
Ann C. Jones, Eileen Scanlon, Canan Tosunoglu Blake, Erica Morris, Shelagh Ross, Phil Butcher, Joel Greenberg,

The evaluation of educational software is of concern to two particular academic communities: HCI and educational technology. There is a danger that usability features are considered at the expense of educational issues (and the converse of this is of course equally true). This paper considers how the notion and practice of evaluation in the educational community differs from that in HCI and als...

2002
Wilson P. Paula Filho,

Using a defined software engineering process helps instructors to teach software engineering courses based on practical experience. Defined processes offer needed guidance to the students, and allow instructors to perform fine-tuning of the course pace, matching it to available time and resources. However, fully sized commercial processes are generally too heavy to be directly employed in train...

2005
Anastasios A. Economides,

Hypermedia-based learning is currently a popular instructional delivery system. However, the last decade relevant literature has maintained that most educational software does not meet its promise. One of the reasons for the lack of educational software of high quality is that educational research cannot keep pace with the advances of technology and as a result existing evaluation methods are o...

2005
Matthew L. Bolton, Ellen J. Bass,

There is a lack of educational technology to support cognitive systems engineering topics such as models of human performance in dynamic environments. This paper describes the Cognitive Systems Engineering Educational Software (CSEES) system, an integrated toolset designed to facilitate curricula related to human judgment and decision-making performance modeling and evaluation. CSEES provides s...

Journal: :journal of medical education 0
fatemeh ezoddini ardakani,

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Journal: :Software Process: Improvement and Practice 2005
Emily Oh Navarro, André van der Hoek,

SimSE is an educational software engineering simulation game that uses a unique software process modeling approach. This approach combines both predictive and prescriptive aspects to support the creation of dynamic, interactive, graphical models for software engineering process education. This paper describes the different constructs in a SimSE process model, introduces the associated model bui...

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