Knowledge, Skills, Competencies: A Model for Mathematics E-Learning
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- Albano G. (2011) Knowledge, Skills, Competencies: A Model for Mathematics E-Learning. In: Kwan R., McNaught C., Tsang P., Wang F.L., Li K.C. (eds) Enhancing Learning Through Technology. Education Unplugged: Mobile Technologies and Web 2.0. ICT 2011. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 177. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
This work concerns modelling competence in mathematics in e-learning environment. Competence is something complex, which goes further the cognitive level, but involves meta-cognitive and non-cognitive factors. Anyway it requires the students to master knowledge and skills, at first, and some measurable abilities, defined as competencies. We present a model that, exploiting the innovative technological features of the platform IWT, aims at defining a personalised learning experience allowing the students to build up their competence in mathematics.
Keywordsmathematics learning knowledge skill competence competency e-learning
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