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ACTIVE LEARNING BY VIRTUAL PROTOTYPING TECHNIQUE

Abstract : In this paper, the development of virtual prototypes models and their testing for active learning support is described. The personalized virtual applications selected by a tutor are used directly for performing active learning at the university's separated workplace. When using the virtual prototypes the main strategy of the informatics support is based on the developing informatics tools which are adapted for a pedagogical-engineering content. On-line learning outcomes materials, as virtual prototypes, were created and tested on the desktop environment. Some of them were also investigated as the "active elements" for active learning, especially for writing stage rapports including practical projects. The practice showed that the testing of issues such as the practical stage work can result in an active learning process. Virtual prototyping technique, as method for active learning informatics support, requires the further refinement and also the enhancement of students' informatics skills, as well.
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Mariana Fratu, Jean-Paul Becar, Jean-Charles Canonne, Aurel Fratu. ACTIVE LEARNING BY VIRTUAL PROTOTYPING TECHNIQUE. ICERI2015 Conference, IATED, Nov 2015, SEVILLE, Spain. ⟨hal-02513142⟩

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