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|Title:||Development and Evaluation of Two SCORM-Templates with Problem-Based Learning Theory.|
Yang, J.-T. D.
|Abstract:||The purpose of this study is to examine learning outcomes of two Problem-Based Learning templates on SCORM-Compliant Sequencing and Navigation Specification. The study implements courseware by developing SCORM templates combined with PBL strategy and embedding learning objects in them. Moreover, the values of learning Objectives in PBL SCORM courseware design have been embedded-setting in students’ portfolios which help diagnose learning path in the process of problem-solving, so as to find that low achievement students need scaffolding relatively. The second template is simplified from the first one and is ease to use for system constructors. While math learning objects of arithmetic series are applied in two PBL templates, the first template has higher learning outcomes than that of the second template in the experimental results. However, there is no statistically significant difference between the learning outcomes of the two templates. Thus, a simplified PBL template without reducing learning outcomes is proposed.|
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