Wireless Sensor Networks to support elementary school learning activities



Technology has played an important role supporting education. Well-known paradigms like
e-learning and m-learning have been revolutionizing traditional concepts of learning, which due to ubiquitous
computing characteristics became closer to students. In this paper we approach the concept of Wireless
Sensor Networks (WSNs) and their potential to improve the quality of teaching and learning in elementary
education. WSNs are the ultimate interface between the students and the context, enhancing the interactivity
with the learners' real context and consequently improving the acquisition and construction of knowledge.
We also present uMove2Learn, a WSNs solution designed to assist learners and teachers in their daily


Wireless Sensor Networks and learning


International Conference on Computer Systems and Technologies - CompSysTech09, June 2009

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