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No Evidence to Support Use of Learning Style Assessments

2010/01/28

“A newly-released review of the literature on learning styles concludes there is no scientific basis for using learning style assessments in education to make decisions about teaching and learning methods.”

in No Evidence to Support Use of Learning Style Assessments

Base reference: Learning Styles: Concepts and Evidence.

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Proceedings of the 6th Baltic Sea Conference on Computing Education Research

2007/02/25

Todos os artigos estão livremente disponíveis.

ACM SIGCSE Volume 38 , Issue 4 (December 2006)

2007/01/17

Volume 38 , Issue 4 (December 2006)

Alguns dos artigos que lá se encontram:

Thoughts on student feedback to help teaching
Henry M. Walker

Preparing to teach discrete math for the first time
Peter B. Henderson, Rachelle DeCoste, Kevin L. Huggins

Concept inventories in computer science for the topic discrete mathematics
Vicki L. Almstrum, Peter B. Henderson, Valerie Harvey, Cinda Heeren, William Marion, Charles Riedesel, Leen-Kiat Soh, Allison Elliott Tew

A computing perspective on the Bologna process
Ursula Fuller, Arnold Pears, June Amillo, Chris Avram, Linda Mannila

Research perspectives on the objects-early debate
Raymond Lister, Anders Berglund, Tony Clear, Joe Bergin, Kathy Garvin-Doxas, Brian Hanks, Lew Hitchner, Andrew Luxton-Reilly, Kate Sanders, Carsten Schulte, Jacqueline L. Whalley

The Invisible Programmers

2006/12/23

The visibility of personal computers and the Internet hides the fact that most software development is done for embedded systems in industry and commerce and not for standalone packages. Programmers and engineers in these environments are required to have a different set of skills and a different approach to software than are currently taught in most computer science curricula. The talk is a plea for diversity in CS education, as opposed to the uniformity that has taken hold during the past few years. I will demonstrate two approaches for achieving reliable software and show that they are accessible to students even at a relatively introductory level.

Text of the speech, Slides, Frog puzzle

Vale a pena ler os outros Keynote Speeches do professor Ben-Ari.

Hands-on, simulated, and remote laboratories: A comparative literature review

2006/12/22

http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1132960.1132961