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Sensor-enabled Computer-based Training for Augmenting Science Education. Meera S Datta and Sanjay Gupta Centre for Research in Cognitive Systems (CRCS) NIIT Limited, Synergy Building, IIT Campus, Hauz Khas, New Delhi – 110016. INDIA Phone: +91 11 658 1012 extension 7024

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sensor enabled computer based training for augmenting science education

Sensor-enabled Computer-based Training for Augmenting Science Education

Meera S Datta and Sanjay Gupta

Centre for Research in Cognitive Systems (CRCS)

NIIT Limited, Synergy Building, IIT Campus,

Hauz Khas, New Delhi – 110016.

INDIA

Phone:+91 11 658 1012 extension 7024

Fax: +91 11 658 1022

E-mail:[email protected]

[email protected]

IWALT 2000

the problem
The Problem

The Problem

The Solution

Advantages

Lesson Design

The Experiment

Experimental Data

Learnings

Future

  • No seamless connection amongst
    • Computer-Based Training Packages - access to only theory
    • Data-logging units - no access to theory
    • Lab equipment

IWALT 2000

the solution
The Solution
  • Integrate lessons, data loggers and lab equipment
    • Computer-Integrated Experimentation

IWALT 2000

advantages
Advantages
  • Approach allows designing teaching units that place the child in the role of a scientist
  • Eliminates delay between theory and practice
  • Teaching unit takes on the role of a guide
  • Enables topics to be introduced to a younger age group

IWALT 2000

lesson design
Lesson Design

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the experiment
The Experiment

Student Spectrum

  • 70 students
  • 48 + 22
  • 10 - 12 years

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the experiment1
The Experiment

Lesson

Kit

Instrument

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the experiment2
The Experiment
  • Data Captured
  • Time taken to complete experiments
  • Help Sought:

No guidance/Guidance/Handholding

  • Previous Experience: Yes/No
  • Observations/Remarks

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the experimental data
The Experimental Data

Time taken by School A children

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the experimental data1
The Experimental Data

Time taken by School B children

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the experimental data2
The Experimental Data

Time taken versus previous experience

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the experimental data3
The Experimental Data

Time taken by School A and B (computer)

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learnings
Learnings
  • Performance does not seem be affected by
    • background
    • gender
    • previous experience
    • exposure to computers
  • Transferred learning mass seems high

IWALT 2000

learnings1
Learnings
  • Quick creation of lessons possible
  • Can be integrated with non-formal curricula
  • Computer will have to be placed in the lab or vice versa
  • New methodology for lesson design

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future
Future
  • Lessons designed by children/teachers
  • New experiments conceived by children
  • New instruments conceived by children

IWALT 2000

using msagents
Using MSAgents

IWALT 2000

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