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Boris Aberšek
University of Maribor
Service lifeEngineeringMathematics educationPsychologyPedagogy
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In today's society, acquiring knowledge is not enough. Learners and students have to be provided with problem-solving competences and become trained for an independent, lifelong process of learning and constructive self-criticism, and accepting responsibility. This is especially important in teaching interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary fields, such as STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). Evaluation and assessment is an indispensable element also of the students self-evalu...
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In technical/engineering education, students are taught how to understand technology in its social, economic and ecological contexts. In this process, it is particularly important to teach them about the historical aspects of technology, as well as its most recent technological advancements. In the classroom, students should be motivated for active and independent learning mostly through the learning while working principle. In order for technical education to be successfully realized in such an...
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BACKGROUND: Positive results can be obtained through game-based learning, but children with physical disabilities have fewer opportunities to participate in enjoyable physical activity. Because intelligent serious games can provide personalized learning opportunities, motivate the learner, teach 21st-century skills, and provide an environment for authentic and relevant assessment, they may be used to help children and adolescents with different kinds of learning disabilities to develop social an...
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