The pedagogic efficiency of vocational training has been often reported much lower than expected. The need to develop specific methodologies based on an experimental approach instead of the traditional deductive teaching method has been identified as a key strategy for better success.
Unfortunately, the development of the experimental approach within a classroom has been always a difficult target to achieve.
In this paper, the author discusses the integration of Interactive Multimedia into this approach as a complement to decision and simulation models.
|Please cite as: Tavares, L. V. (1992). Interactive multimedia for vocational training. In Promaco Conventions (Ed.), Proceedings of the International Interactive Multimedia Symposium, 641. Perth, Western Australia, 27-31 January. Promaco Conventions. http://www.aset.org.au/confs/iims/1992/tavares.html|