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3.1.8 Impact of the difference in e-feedback patterns within a simulation-based software to teach programming for gifted students

This research aimed to measure the impact of the difference in e-feedback patterns within a simulation-based software to teach programming for gifted students. The researcher followed the semi-experimental method and developed the experimental design based on two groups. The tools of the research were the achievement test and performance test, with a related note card. The research concluded the existence of statistical variables of (0.05) between the mean scores of the two groups. The research suggests the importance of the employment of feedback in simulation-based educational software to introduce different levels of aid and guiding for these educational materials.

Author(s):

Seham Alnafea
seham.alnafie@gmail.com
Ministry of Education
Saudi Arabia

Master Degree in Educational Technology Bachelor Degree in Math

with a 20 years experience in education, 11 of them as high school math teacher and 9 of them as gifted students educator.

also worked as an FLL couch for 4 years and lead her team to win over 10 local awards and 3 international awards.

now working in the Gifted Girls Department in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia as the supervisor of the Gifted School, and the Gifted Girls Center.

 

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