Simulation & Learning
The Simulation & Learning-project
The Simulation & Learning-project includes tree kinds of research: research about learning and simulation, research to universal systems for building simulations, and research to simulation applications ('microworlds') itselfs.
This web-pages treats only simulation & learning aspects.
See also our list
with Dutch papers
- 2004: Rik Min, Simulation and discovery learning in an age of zapping and searching (Published - in Dutch - in ICO publication) (Editors: Wald & v. d. Linden) (2001) (will be published in English in 2004);
- 2004: Rik Min, Simulation and Learning by Marco Farfan;
- 2000: Rik Min, A concept model about learning in learning environments; an attempt to define the dynamics of learning and instruction in relation to certain political items; (Published in in the Journal of Interactive Learning Research Vol.11, no. 3/4, 2000, p.485-506, the formal Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education) (an Interactive Scientific Paper: 'ISP')
- 1999: Rik Min, Dynamical Microworlds in Java on the World Wide Web (Published in: Int. J. Cont. Engineering Education and Life-long Learning);
- 2004: Hasibah Mohammad, An analysis research of the xxx system xxx on six different learning environments; (Msc Study) (Hasibah Mohammad) (2004);
- 2002: Adel Agina, An analysis research of the TeleTOP system performance on six different learning environments; (Msc Study) (Adel Agina) (2002);
- 2000: Piet van Schaick Zillesen, Using educational Computer Simulations;
- 2000: Piet van Schaick Zillesen, Learning models;
- 2000: Vygotsky et al, Constructivism versus Objectivism (Mason, Jonassen, Vygotsky, Verhagen);
- 2000: Shirley King, About learning with simulations (Shirley L. King);
See also our list with Dutch papers.
Enschede, 1994 - 2004