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Effects of computerized advance organizers on elementary school mathematics learning

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4 Author(s)
Chienhsun Tseng ; Nat. Tainan Teachers Coll., Taiwan ; Weichung Wang ; Yijinn Lin ; Pi-hsia Hung

This study aims to develop and analyze the effects of computerized advance organizers with multimedia. The system design adopts computer multimedia to link three frameworks: mathematic learning, computer mindtools and problem solving. The system also uses examples of students' daily life to compose two types (with Flash and Powerpoint) of computerized advance organizers. Taking probability as examples, the influences of computerized advance organizers on students' achievements and retention of learning Mathematics were evaluated. In the experiment involving more than 200 pupils, it was founded that the learning achievements on probability learning of the students who used two types of computerized advance organizers are better than those of students who used none of advance organizers under the computer aided learning system mode.

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Computers in Education, 2002. Proceedings. International Conference on

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3-6 Dec. 2002