Browsing by Author "Pires, Ana Cristina"

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  • Marichal Baráibar, Sebastián; Rosales, Andrea; González Perilli, Fernando; Pires, Ana Cristina; Blat, Josep (Taylor & Francis, 2023)
    Physical manipulatives, such as rods or tiles, are widely used for mathematics learning, as they support embodied cognition, enable the execution of epistemic actions, and foster conceptual metaphors. Counting them, children ...
  • Pires, Ana Cristina; González Perilli, Fernando; Bakała, Ewelina; Fleisher, Bruno; Sansone, Gustavo; Marichal Baráibar, Sebastián (Frontiers, 2019)
    Multiple kinds of manipulatives, such as traditional, virtual, or technology-enhanced tangible objects, can be used in primary education to support the acquisition of mathematical concepts. They enable playful experiences ...
  • Marichal Baráibar, Sebastián; Rosales, Andrea; González Perilli, Fernando; Pires, Ana Cristina; Bakala, Ewelina; Sansone, Gustavo; Blat, Josep (ACM Association for Computer Machinery, 2017)
    The benefits of applying technology to education have been often questioned. Learning through digital devices might imply reducing the children’s physical interaction with the real world, when cognitive theories hold that ...
  • Marichal Baráibar, Sebastián; Rosales, Andrea; Sansone, Gustavo; Pires, Ana Cristina; Bakala, Ewelina; Gonzalez Perilli, Fernando; Blat, Josep (ACM Association for Computer Machinery, 2017)
    Mixed-reality environments allow to combine tangible interaction with digital feedback, empowering interaction designers to take benefits from both real and virtual worlds. This interaction paradigm is also being applied ...

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