Evaluation of the impact of retroaction in learning supported by an educational tool

Vívian Ariane Barausse de Moura, Leticia Mara Peres

Abstract


This article discusses some of the results of a Masters research that proposes and applies a method of pedagogical experimentation based on retroaction of errors and successes with regard to the use of learning objects in student learning FARMA tool. This work was conducted by performing theoretical and practical research. On theoretical research was proposed one evaluation method of the teaching-learning process, using concepts of retroaction, mobile learning, authoring tools in IA, and learning objects. The research practice understood the application of the method, based on diagnosis, pretest, post-test and interaction, and analysis. This application was conducted in two schools in the State of Paraná, with 260 ninth grade students of the elementary school and first year of high school. Learning objects were developed in FARMA covering math content to the stage of interaction. The analysis of the data was statistical. The methods highlighted that all participants have achieved some kind of gain. When comparing the pedagogical experimentation based on retroaction of mistakes and successes, there was statistically significant difference for the students of the first year of high school.

Keywords


FARMA; objects learning; errors; retroaction; teaching-learning process

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5753/rbie.2017.25.01.60

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Revista Brasileira de Informática na Educação (RBIE) (ISSN: 1414-5685; online: 2317-6121)
Brazilian Journal of Computers in Education (RBIE) (ISSN: 1414-5685; online: 2317-6121)