Search results for author:"Esperanza Marchena"
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Journal of Behavioral Education Vol. 13, No. 2 (June 2004) pp. 83–91
Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) has been shown to be an efficient learning-teaching procedure. Although there is an extensive educational software tradition using CAL approaches, few of them have demonstrated a better student performance than...
Jose I. Navarro; Inmaculada Menacho; Concepcion Alcalde; Esperanza Marchena; Gonzalo Ruiz; Manuel Aguilar
Educational Gerontology Vol. 35, No. 6 (2009) pp. 523–540
The efficiency of different cognitive training procedures in elderly people was studied. Two types of methods to train cognitive and memory functions were compared. One method was based on new technologies and the other one on pencil-and-paper...
Jose I. Navarro; Manuel Aguilar; Esperanza Marchena; Gonzalo Ruiz; Inmaculada Menacho; Johannes E. H. Van Luit
British Journal of Educational Psychology Vol. 82, No. 1 (March 2012) pp. 28–41
Background: Longitudinal studies allow us to identify, which specific maths skills are weak in young children, and whether there is a continuing weakness in these areas throughout their school years. Aims: This 2-year study investigated whether...