Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/20707
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May-1991
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Teh, G. P. L. (1991, May). The effectiveness of knowledge-based tools in the classrooms. Paper presented at the 6th International PEG Conference, Rapallo (Genova), Italy.
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Various programmes have been implemented to promote the use of computers in education in Singapore. But there has not been any systematic research into the effectiveness of the use of computers in education in this city state. This paper reports the results of a funded project aimed at investigating the effectiveness of using PROLOG created knowledge-based tools in 24 randomly selected secondary classrooms in Singapore. More specifically, this research focussed on the comparative effectiveness of providing the experimental classes with computer-based learning modules vis-a-vis the control classes which were taught using the expository mode, the attitudes of . subjects towards knowledge-based learning environments and expository learning environments, and the different effects on the boys and girls in this sample of computer-based learning classes
in terms of selected criterion measures.
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This paper was presented at the 6th International PEG Conference, held in Rapallo (Genova), Italy from 31 May to 2 Jun 1991
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