HCI Simulations Survey
This questionnaire serves as a means for us to solicit your feedback on the lesson you have completed. The results will be used to improve future courses. Your answers will be kept anonymous.

If you have any other feedback to improve the design of this physics virtual laboratory lesson, you can email weelookang@gmail.com.
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1 What are your views on the Photoelectric Effect HTML5 simulation?
For example, were the mobile Apps design features (2 dropdown menus, play, step, data store reset buttons, 2 panel views, world and plot) appropriate for simulating Physics learning experiences as a virtual laboratory?
Your answer
2 What are your views on the success(es) of the lesson? For example, did you feel good learning this way?
For example, addressed issues/challenges in learning physics, develop your interest for lifelong learning. please explain in detail why it is good
Your answer
3 If any, what are your views on the failure(s) of the lesson?
For example, issues and problems in the design and implementation of the lesson, need teacher to give a broad overview of the tool for 5 minutes at the beginning of the lesson, more teachers to go around to facilitate discussion?please explain in detail why it is NOT good
Your answer
4 Any other comments are welcome.
this allow students to feedback on any other matters. For example, this could be a good opportunity to thank your teachers and say how you feel about this simple technology lesson, is it effective?
Your answer
email (optional)
this allow students who wish to be known for contributing their feedback, perhaps you had a request, do leave your email so that the teachers can revert to you your requests etc.
Your answer
NOT REQUIRED 2017 05 15 1 What are your views on the Kinematics Car HTML5/Mobile Apps simulation?
For example, were the mobile Apps design features (2 dropdown menus, play, step, data store reset buttons, 2 panel views, world and plot) appropriate for simulating Physics learning experiences as a virtual laboratory?
Your answer
NOT REQUIRED 2017 05 15 2 What are your views on the Free Fall HTML5/Mobile Apps simulation?
For example, were the mobile Apps design features (2 dropdown menus, play, step, data store reset buttons, 2 panel views, world and plot) appropriate for simulating Physics learning experiences as a virtual laboratory?
Your answer
NOT REQUIRED 2017 05 15 3 What are your views on the Money and Hunter HTML5 simulation?
For example, were the mobile Apps design features (2 dropdown menus, play, step, data store reset buttons, 2 panel views, world and plot) appropriate for simulating Physics learning experiences as a virtual laboratory?
Your answer
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