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Paper published on Pair Modeling with DynaLearn

In this study we employed Pair Modeling, which is an adaptation of the pair programming technique that is used for enhancing collaborative programming both in the industry and in academia. In this paper we present encouraging results for the use of this collaboration technique based on assignments’ scores, observations, and a questionnaire.

Publication details: Or-Bach, R. & Bredeweg, B. (2011). Pair Modeling with DynaLearn – Students’ Attitudes and Actual Effects. Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management, 6, pp. 119-135.

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DynaLearn at the Scientix Conference

DynaLearn was selected as one of twenty-five ‘EU projects on science education for teachers’ to be presented at the Scientix conference, 6-8 May in Brussels. The conference is targeted especially at science, maths and technology teachers, but also invites researchers, policy makers and science communicators to participate. Scientix – the community for science education in Europe – was created to facilitate regular dissemination and sharing of know-how and best practices in science education across the European Union. Scientix is managed by European Schoolnet (EUN) on behalf of the European Commission (DG Research).

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DynaLearn as favorite example of BOKU research

The Austrian DynaLearn-Team presents the Dynalearn project on January 18, 2011 as an favorite example of the BOKU research pool. The DynaLearn project was selected by the BOKU`s center of education togehter with the students union. Aim of lecture is to present the DynaLearn approach to bachelor and master students  delivering insights into research, methods and practice of up-to-date scientific educational work.

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