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Design Principles for a System to Teach Problem Solving by Modelling

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Design Principles for a System to Teach Problem Solving by Modelling
This paper presents an approach to the design of a learning environment in a mathematical domain (elementary combinatorics) where problem solving is based more on modelling than on deduction or calculation. In this approach, we want to provide the student with a presentation which is close to the natural language formulations that she tends to give spontaneously, while ensuring a rigorous mathematical reasoning. To do so, we have introduced three modelling levels : first a mathematical formalisation of the students' intuitive process, then a conceptual and computational model allowing mathematical reasoning as well as communication with the student, and finally a presentation consisting in several interfaces, each one grouping problems ot some class. These interfaces are viewed as nondeterministic "machines" that the student uses to build a configuration satisfying some constraints. Keywords Intelligent tutoring system, Knowledge representation for instruction, interfac...
Gérard Tisseau, Hélène Giroir
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where ITS
Authors Gérard Tisseau, Hélène Giroire, Françoise Le Calvez, Marie Urtasun, Jacques Duma
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