Clavel : a learning game application for preschoolers using android / by Christine Jane A. Maligaya and Evangeline P. TarubalMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Publication details: Indang, Cavite : Cavite State University- Main Campus, 2017.Description: xvii, 125 pages : illustrations ; 28 cmContent type:
- 371.397 M29 2017
- College of Engineering, and Information Technology (CEIT)
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Theses (Bachelor of Science in Information Technology) Cavite State University
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College of Engineering, and Information Technology (CEIT)
MALIGAYA, CHRISTINE JANE A., and TARUBAL, EVANGELINE P. CLAVEL; A Learning Game Application for Preschoolers using Android. Undergraduate Thesis. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology. Cavite State University, Indang, Cavite. May 2017. Adviser: Ms, Vanessa G. Coronado.
The study entitled “ CLAVEL” : A Learning Game Application for Preschoolers using Android” was conducted to design and develop a learning game application that serves as a supplementary guide for teachers.The methodology that was used and followed in the study was Iterative and Incremental Methodology. The seven processes included within Iterative and Incremental Methodology are : planning and requirement, analysis, design, implementation, testing, evaluation, and deployment phase. The materials that were used in the study are Adobe Photoshop CS6 for graphic design and user interface. C# as the scripting language, and Unity as the main environment.
Sixty-five (65) technical and non-technical respondents participated to check the developed system’s accuracy. The system was evaluated by the participants based on functionality, reliability, usability, efficiency, maintainability, portability, and friendliness. The results of the evaluation showed that the system was functioning well and was able to meet the business requirements of the intended users.
Submitted to the University Library 11/13/2017 T-7263