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Title of the Experience
Interactive games
Name of the teacher
Enrique Cebolla Vives
Country where it took place
School typology
Lower Secondary School
Thematic Area
Experience typology
Teaching in class
Type of contact
Description of the Experience
Students age from 12 to 14 years
 Difficulties abstraction.
 Difficulties in understanding mathematical concepts.
 Difficulties in the application of the theory in solving problems.

Choosing exercises and problems that approach as much as possible to the experience of students. Situations and objects in exercises they will have to be familiar to students to facilitate understanding of the problems
Using specialized websites offering educational videos, interactive games and exercises adapted by levels (, ...). This is a change in regular classes for students which has a playful nature and encourages them to perform the exercises.

If applicable, please try to highlight how the chosen solution increased the interest of the student towards science.
Using interactive tools to perform the exercises increases concentration and has a positive effect on motivation. One factor that influences is the immediate reward of computer games (when they perform a series of exercises get their score or a compliment).

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Date: 2014.10.27

Posted by Māra (Latvia)

Practically I don't use internet options as collegue mentioned(because there are not the circumstances, but I have seen colleagues' experience of using it. I think that this kind pf learning is closer and more interesting for students nowadays. There is need to work on the material diversity.


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