The aim of this study was to verify whether fiveyear-old children (attending the last year of kindergarten) could have different enhancements to their abilities to accomplish two homologous trainings on numerical intelligence: pencil-and-paper format and computerized format. We have evaluated the effects of two types of training, observing that both training are useful in relation to numerical abilities.

The measurement of treatment effects in mathematical abilities: Comparing trainings in pencil-and-paper and computerised formats

AGUS, MIRIAN;MASCIA, MARIA LIDIA;FASTAME, MARIA CHIARA;PENNA, MARIA PIETRONILLA;NAPOLEONE, VALENTINA;PESSA, ELIANO
2015

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The aim of this study was to verify whether fiveyear-old children (attending the last year of kindergarten) could have different enhancements to their abilities to accomplish two homologous trainings on numerical intelligence: pencil-and-paper format and computerized format. We have evaluated the effects of two types of training, observing that both training are useful in relation to numerical abilities.
Enhancement; Format; Mathematical abilities; Measurement; Trainings; Electrical and electronic engineering
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