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|Other Titles:||Dynamic Windows for Ellipse Instruction|
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This article is to insight into the design of developing a computer-based dynamic linked multiple representations Windows learning environment and to evaluate the effect and application of representation in problem solving under this Windows environment. Two senior high school classes was compared with experimental treatment. The results showed that students could make significant progress when taught in this way. The progress scores of the experimental group were higher than the control, but this was not statistically significant. It was found that the experimental group tended to employ graphical representation as their main representation and used it to integrate the other representation.
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