By George D. Magoulas
Advances in know-how are more and more impacting the best way curriculum is brought and assessed. The emergence of the net has provided newcomers a brand new educational supply process that connects them with academic assets. Advances in Web-Based schooling: custom-made studying Environments covers a variety of components that impression the layout, use and adoption of custom-made studying environments, and it indicates how consumer and pedagogical concerns will be built-in into the layout, improvement and implementation of adaptive hypermedia platforms to create powerful customized studying environments.
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The FD/FI cognitive style is identified by the GEFT Test (Wittin et al. , 2003). This test is based on how the learner perceives and organizes the internal and external cues of a figure. The instructional strategies take into account learner’s learning style preferences such as approach (global or analytical), control (learner or system), and structure (structured lessons or developed by learners), among others. Our study differs from these works because it is based on high order thinking abilities according to Bloom’s taxonomy (Bloom, 1972).
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