Dynamic representations on the interactive whiteboard

Hans van der Meij, Jan van der Meij

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Abstract

In this study we assessed whether presenting dynamic representations on an IWB would lead to better learning gains compared to presenting static representations. Participants were 7-8 year old primary school children learning about views (N = 151) and the water cycle (N = 182). The results showed significant learning gains from pre-test to post-test for both topics in both conditions. Only for the topic views a significant interaction was found between time and condition.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationStaging knowledge and experience: how to take advantage of representational technologies in education and training? : EARLI SIG 2 meeting 2012
EditorsErica de Vries, Katharina Scheiter
Place of PublicationGrenoble, France
Pages145-147
Publication statusPublished - 28 Aug 2012

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  • IR-84048
  • METIS-293442

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van der Meij, H., & van der Meij, J. (2012). Dynamic representations on the interactive whiteboard. In E. de Vries, & K. Scheiter (Eds.), Staging knowledge and experience: how to take advantage of representational technologies in education and training? : EARLI SIG 2 meeting 2012 (pp. 145-147). Grenoble, France.
van der Meij, Hans ; van der Meij, Jan. / Dynamic representations on the interactive whiteboard. Staging knowledge and experience: how to take advantage of representational technologies in education and training? : EARLI SIG 2 meeting 2012. editor / Erica de Vries ; Katharina Scheiter. Grenoble, France, 2012. pp. 145-147
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Staging knowledge and experience: how to take advantage of representational technologies in education and training? : EARLI SIG 2 meeting 2012. ed. / Erica de Vries; Katharina Scheiter. Grenoble, France, 2012. p. 145-147.

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van der Meij H, van der Meij J. Dynamic representations on the interactive whiteboard. In de Vries E, Scheiter K, editors, Staging knowledge and experience: how to take advantage of representational technologies in education and training? : EARLI SIG 2 meeting 2012. Grenoble, France. 2012. p. 145-147