Página 1 dos resultados de 4 itens digitais encontrados em 0.022 segundos

Recursos digitais de apoio ao ensino das funções trigonométricas

Silva, Joana Patrícia Santos
Fonte: Universidade de Aveiro Publicador: Universidade de Aveiro
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
POR
Relevância na Pesquisa
25.83%
O presente trabalho tem por base o estudo das funções trigonométricas ao nível do ensino secundário. Para tal, foram estudadas essas funções e foram inferidas algumas das suas caraterísticas, como o domínio, o contradomínio, o período, os zeros, os máximos e mínimos, a paridade e as assíntotas, caso existam. Foram também criados recursos digitais de apoio ao ensino destas funções, nomeadamente exercícios parametrizados sob a forma de escolha múltipla, recorrendo ao software Geogebra e Sage Mathematics. Estes recursos foram classificados e disponibilizados numa aplicação web.; This project is based on the study of trigonometric functions in high school education. We studied functions and inferred some of their features such as domain, range, period, zeros, maximum and minimum, parity and asymptotes if they exist. Digital resources were created to support the teaching of these functions, namely parameterized exercises in the form of multiple choice questions, using the Geogebra and Sage Mathematics software. These resources have been classified and are available on an online application.; Mestrado em Matemática para Professores

Computer-assisted independent study in multivariate calculus

Descalço, Luís; Carvalho, Maria Paula; Cruz, João Pedro; Oliveira, Maria Paula de Sousa; Seabra, Dina
Fonte: IATED Publicador: IATED
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
ENG
Relevância na Pesquisa
25.98%
Learning mathematics requires students to work in an independent way which is particularly challenging for such an abstract subject. Advancements in technology and, taking the student as the focus of his own learning, led to a change of paradigm in the design and development of educational contents. In this paper we describe the first experience with an interactive feedback and assessment tool (Siacua), based on parameterized math exercises, and explain how we use it to motivate student independent study in a multivariate calculus environment. We have defined an index about the subject, trying to make it consensual enough for being used in other courses about multivariate calculus. Then we have created a concept map, selected some existing parameterized true/false questions from PmatE project and classified them using our concept map, for being reused in our system. For complementing the course we have created about one hundred parameterized multiple choice question templates in system Megua and generated about one thousand instances for using in Siacua. Results based on data collected by this tool and also based on an informal survey are presented. This first experience allows us to conclude our approach has an important impact on student motivation and contributes to the success on learning multivariate calculus.

Computer-assisted independent study in mutivariate calculus

Descalço, L.; Carvalho, Paula; Cruz, J. P.; Oliveira, Paula; Seabra, Dina
Fonte: Universidade Cornell Publicador: Universidade Cornell
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 14/07/2015
Relevância na Pesquisa
25.98%
Learning mathematics requires students to work in an independent way which is particularly challenging for such an abstract subject. Advancements in technology and, taking the student as the focus of his own learning, led to a change of paradigm in the design and development of educational contents. In this paper we describe the first experience with an interactive feedback and assessment tool (Siacua), based on parameterized math exercises, and explain how we use it to motivate student independent study in a multivariate calculus environment. We have defined an index about the subject, trying to make it consensual enough for being used in other courses about multivariate calculus. Then we have created a concept map, selected some existing parameterized true/false questions from PmatE project and classified them using our concept map, for being reused in our system. For complementing the course we have created about one hundred parameterized multiple choice question templates in system Megua and generated about one thousand instances for using in Siacua. Results based on data collected by this tool and also based on an informal survey are presented. This first experience allows us to conclude our approach has an important impact on student motivation and contributes to the success on learning multivariate calculus.; Comment: 8 pages...

Multiple choice parameterized exercises in Logic

Poças, Jacinta; Cruz, João Pedro; Descalço, Luís; Carvalho, Paula Reis
Fonte: IRISA Publicador: IRISA
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
ENG
Relevância na Pesquisa
86.17%
The first contact of students with logic is not straightforward since they are not familiar with its notation and with logical thinking. For this discipline to become more attractive and in order to avoid this intimidating first contact, interactive didactic tools can be useful. In the University of Aveiro there exists a group of teachers developing an interactive platform that provides students some guidance in their independent study in several courses. We propose and describe the use of this platform as a complement for teaching the logic course of Mathematics Department in this University.