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Planning online learning path for high school-university transition


Abstract


This paper describes the design of a blended learning path for a mathematics pre-course conceived for students starting university. Specifically, it reports on the design of a learning path on algebraic equations that exclusively comprises computerstudent interaction activities implemented on an e-learning platform. In the design process the ICT-based IAMEL platform was used. This provided support in the difficult task of structuring online learning activities, which entails conventional preparation of learning materials and activities, and their integration with the tools available on an e-learning platform. This means knowing how best to exploit the opportunities that ICT-based environments offer, while at the same time dealing with the constraints that they naturally impose.

Keywords

Educational Technology; Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL); E-learning & Mathematics; Blended course; E-learning; IAMEL; Interaction; Learning path;

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17471/2499-4324/209

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