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International Journal of Technology and Design Education

November 2012 Volume 22, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Gender Differences in Social Cognitive Learning at a Technological Project Design

    Jon-Chao Hong, Ming-Yueh Hwang, Wan-Tzu Wong, Hung-Chang Lin & Che-Ming Yau

    This study aims to investigate the differences between male and female students in technology project design. The major gender differences discussed in this study include the problem discovering... More

    pp. 451-472

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  2. Internet Navigation and Information Search Strategies: How Do Children Are Influenced by Their Participation in an Intensive ICT Project

    Maria Badilla Quintana, Meritxell Cortada Pujol & Jordi Riera Romani

    The aim of this study was to describe and analyze the involvement showed by 190 students who participated in an introduction to Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) project, in public... More

    pp. 513-529

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  3. The Paradigm of Utilizing Robots in the Teaching Process: A Comparative Study

    Ioan C. Bacivarov & Virgil L. M. Ilian

    This paper discusses a comparative study of the effects of using a humanoid robot for introducing students to personal robotics. Even if a humanoid robot is one of the more complicated types of... More

    pp. 531-540

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  4. Learning to Think Spatially in an Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Computational Design Context: A Case Study

    Belgacem Ben Youssef & Barbara Berry

    Spatial thinking skills are vital for success in everyday living and work, not to mention the centrality of spatial reasoning in scientific discoveries, design-based disciplines, medicine,... More

    pp. 541-564

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