Hands-on activities give learners real work to perform. In a hands-on activity, the learner completes a task outside the lesson, such as performing a calculation with an on-screen calculator, designing something on paper, or operating a piece of machinery. The hands-on activity guides learners through the real-life task, provides feedback on their success, and may test what they learned.
About the example
Converting numbers teaches how to use the Windows system calculator to convert decimal numbers to their hexadecimal and octal equivalents. Note: To fully experience this example, you need to be running Windows 95, 98 or XP.
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