Thursday, 27 September 2012

More positive data about Classroom 2.0: the key is to get it right

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Laptops and electronic whiteboards, some called Classroom 2.0, can help improve the teaching of secondary school students.

Various investigations carried out by the Research Group "Teaching, Innovation and Multimedia" DIM-UAB (Aulas 2.0, Aulatice, Digital-Text, Educaline ...) have shown that these resources alone do not improve student performance but using appropriate methodologies with good content can improve the skills acquired.

It also summarizes the principles of the bimodal curriculum, curricular approach that allows you to provide better training to students, with a greater focus on skills development, and that can affect an improvement in their academic performance and reducing school failure.

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