Exploring a domain with a computer simulation : traversing variable and relation space with the help of a hypothesis scratchpad

W.R. Joolingen, van, T. Jong, de

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Computer simulations provide achallenging opportunity to create learning environments in which learners are free to explore the domain and discover the domain properties themselves. Contemporary theories of learning state that knowledge acquired and constructed within such an exploratory environment will be rooted more deeply within the learner's knowledge structures. On the other hand, it has also become dear that offering a simulation to the learner without offering any additional support may result in learners getting "lost" in the simulation environment, not learning very much. Therefore, additional support is deemed necessary for simulation learning environments.
Originele taal-2Engels
TitelSimulation-based experiential learning
RedacteurenD.M. Towne, A.J.M. Jong, de, H. Spada
Plaats van productieBerlin
UitgeverijSpringer
Pagina's191-206
ISBN van geprinte versie3-540-57276-7
StatusGepubliceerd - 1993
Evenement1992 NATO Advanced Research Workshop on the use of computer models for explication, analysis and experiential learning - Bonas, Frankrijk
Duur: 12 okt 199214 okt 1992

Publicatie series

NaamNATO ASI Series F: Computer and systems sciences
Volume122
ISSN van geprinte versie1387-6694

Congres

Congres1992 NATO Advanced Research Workshop on the use of computer models for explication, analysis and experiential learning
Land/RegioFrankrijk
StadBonas
Periode12/10/9214/10/92
AnderNATO Advanced Research Workshop on the use of computer models for explication, analysis and experiential learning, held in Bonas, France, October 12-14, 1992

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