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Formalizing Problem Solving in Computational Thinking : an Ontology approach

Chloe Mercier, Lisa Roux, Margarida Romero, Frederic Alexandre, Thierry Vieville
2021 2021 IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning (ICDL)  
This operationalization of a creative problem-solving task is still at a preliminary stage, but an effective proof of concept is described in this study.  ...  We introduce the idea of a symbolic description of a complex human learning task, in order to contribute to better understand how we learn.  ...  Acknowledgments Hugo Chateau-Laurent and Lola Denet are highly acknowledged for their contribution to scientific discussions in link with this work.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icdl49984.2021.9515660 fatcat:a6amxhvcj5dqfhcgzpq533ocyu

LEARNING PATH ADAPTIVITY IN SUPPORT OF FLIPPED LEARNING: A KNOWLEDGE-BASED APPROACH

Yu-Liang Chi, Tsang-Yao Chen
2016 Proceedings of the 23rd International Academic Conference, Venice   unpublished
To realize such conceptualization, ontological problem-solving approach is used for knowledge-based system (KBS) development to integrate the relevant knowledge sources.  ...  This study aims to create a learning adaptivity design to effectively support learning in the flipped individual learning space where the teacher is absent.  ...  Conclusion This study has presented how ontological problem-solving can perform knowledge modeling and inference to make learning adaptivity viable in the flipped individual learning space.  ... 
doi:10.20472/iac.2016.023.027 fatcat:6h5gbfbsh5eu5gaonea5qn37oq

Enhanced JavaScript Learning Using Code Quality Tools and a Rule-Based System in the FLIP Exploratory Learning Environment

Sokratis Karkalas, Sergio Gutierrez-Santos
2014 2014 IEEE 14th International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies  
The 'FLIP Learning' (Flexible, Intelligent and Personalised Learning) is an Exploratory Learning Environment (ELE) for teaching elementary programming to beginners using JavaScript.  ...  The subsystem is intended to be used primarily in the early stages of student engagement in order to help them overcome the constraints of their Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD) with minimal assistance  ...  A different approach in terms of knowledge representation is used by [31] . This is a web-based system that teaches Prolog utilizing an ontology.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icalt.2014.35 dblp:conf/icalt/KarkalasG14 fatcat:otbl5pnnq5fozl4ktj5g5tk574

Do Flipped Learning and Adaptive Instruction Improve Student Learning Outcome? A Case Study of a Computer Programming Course in Taiwan

Hong-Ren Chen, Wen-Chiao Hsu
2022 Frontiers in Psychology  
The purpose of this research is to explore whether the implementation of flipping and adaptive learning in a computer programming course can improve the learning effectiveness of students.  ...  The flipped classroom with adaptive instruction has been realized in the limited course time.  ...  Learning adaptivity in support of flipped learning: an ontological problem-solving approach. Expert. Syst . 35, e12246. doi: 10.1111/exsy.12246 CrossRef Full Text | Google Scholar Chiang, T. H.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.768183 pmid:35095653 pmcid:PMC8795876 fatcat:mntwtispbzbzlilu5sc6ido2ua

Analysis of a Self-learning System of English Flipped Classroom Based on Adaptive Algorithm

Ying He
2018 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
In addition, a computer-aided autonomous learning system with adaptive feature was developed, which was a self-adaptive learning system of junior English.  ...  To solve the problem of how to apply information technology in English education field, to realize the integration of information technology and courses and also to truly improve the study efficiency,  ...  He provided an example-driven view on the Bishop project for Big Data driven self-learning support for high-performance ontology population. Z. Jinlei et al.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijet.v13i08.9056 fatcat:ryox4yogarcrnki5v5v5oiki2e

Re-engineering an Engineering Course: Exploring the Affordance of Flipped Classrooms for Transformative Teaching, Learning, and Workplace Competency

Elaine Khoo, Mira Peter, Bronwen Cowie
2015 Journal of research in stem education  
This research brief is investigating the extent to which a flipped classroom model enhances student learning of threshold concepts (TCs) in an undergraduate engineering course at a New Zealand university  ...  This project extends the team's previous research confirming the effectiveness of the TC theoretical framework across multiple disciplines including engineering.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors gratefully acknowledge funding support from the Teaching and Learning Research Initiative, New Zealand Council for Educational Research, Wellington, New Zealand.  ... 
doi:10.51355/jstem.2015.10 fatcat:34apvhlxpvacvgdpuium4eccqm

Machine learning techniques for teaching mathematics

Michael Gr. Voskoglou, Graduate Technological Educational Institute of Western Greece, Patras, Greece, Abdel-Badeeh M. Salem, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt
2020 Physical and Mathematical Education  
Formulation of the problem.  ...  the traditional learning theories and methods of teaching mathematics, the article continues by studying the use of computers and of applications of artificial intelligence in mathematics education.  ...  Also, when an attempt to solve a problem fails, the reason for the failure is remembered in order to avoid the same mistake in future (failure-driven learning).  ... 
doi:10.31110/2413-1571-2020-024-2-003 fatcat:p7nbb6x5nfbatgmff6fhr5jwha

A Proposed Ontology-Based Generic Context Model for Ubiquitous Learning

Benmesbah Ouissem, Mahnane Lamia, Mohamed Hafidi
2021 International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies  
For addressing this problem, several existing context models are studied to identify the essentials of context modeling, whereby an ontology-based generic context model is presented.  ...  As such, a representation mechanism that allows an adequate manipulation of this kind of information is required, and diverse approaches have been introduced; however, what takes more value and is being  ...  The author in (Louhab et al., 2018) proposes an approach called Smart Enhanced Context-Aware for Flipped Mobile Learning BSECA-FML, which, aims to provide learners with an adapted course content format  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijwltt.20210501.oa4 fatcat:cy4yl2to2feslmzmdhskh33d34

Student Model-based Adapted e-Learning

Shehab Gamalel-Din
2017 International Journal of Internet Education  
facts, in their problem-solving model, …etc.  ...  The SAeLM prototype offers three adaptive components: In this project, the focus is only on S 3 components that are in support of adaptive learning: 1. Smart Authoring Apprentice, 2.  ... 
doi:10.21608/ijie.2017.16059 fatcat:c7ojsg5qyzcxpdea7dl7q62f6e

A low complexity heuristic to solve a learning objects recommendation problem

Samuel Henrique Falci, Fabiano Azevedo Dorça, Alessandro Vivas Andrade, Daniel Henrique Mourão Falci
2020 Smart Learning Environments  
Several approaches have been presented in an attempt to model the individual characteristics of the students and offer learning objects that best suit their particularities.  ...  In this work, we propose a low complexity heuristic to solve this problem, comparing it to a classical mixed-integer linear programming model and classical genetic algorithm in varying dataset sizes that  ...  Curriculum sequencing, interactive problem-solving support, and intelligent analysis of student solutions are the traditional intelligent techniques applied in ITS.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40561-020-00133-8 fatcat:x4rix5cgrzbxlnrvxj3ssgahyu

Influence of Educational Strategies on Online Learning in Kenyan Institutions of Higher Learning amid COVID 19 Pandemic

Peterson Nduati, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Paul Kariuki, Peter Wanjohi, Reuben Nguyo, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, aita Taveta University
2021 Journal of education  
A critical review of empirical literature was conducted to establish the influence of educational strategies on online learning in institutions of higher learning in Kenya.  ...  The study recommends that institutions of higher learning in Kenya should apply cooperative learning activities in online learning.  ...  Based on these findings, the study argues that the design of attractive and progressive problem-solving activities is at the heart of an effective flipped classroom, and promoting a learning culture of  ... 
doi:10.53819/81018102t2023 fatcat:v7pc3scypjblhbh62v553fqdoa

Authors Index

2018 2018 IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment, and Learning for Engineering (TALE)  
Kohda, Naoya Technology-Supported Single Training for One-on-One in Basketball Matches 236 Konomi, Shin'ichi Relationships between Collaborative Problem Solving, Learning Performance and Learning  ...  between Collaborative Problem Solving, Learning Performance and Learning Behavior S 17 Okubo, Fumiya Relationships between Collaborative Problem Solving, Learning Performance and Learning Behavior  ... 
doi:10.1109/tale.2018.8615278 fatcat:xj5a2hge6jcypol2jwemnvt4pu

A REVIEW OF THE QUALITY OF ADAPTIVE LEARNING TOOLS OVER NON-ADAPTIVE LEARNING TOOLS

Rabee Alqahtani, Narentheren Kaliappen, Mohammed Alqahtani
2021 International Journal for Quality Research  
This paper provides a systematic review of the quality of adaptive learning tools over non-adaptive learning tools. A search using the relevant keywords in Google Scholar yielded 66 usable papers.  ...  Adaptive learning is an interactive experience which leverages technology and provides a responsive teacher to the student. The advantages over non-adaptive methods are numerous and mentioned here.  ...  Thus, the problems of static e-learning systems are solved. The maximisation of personalised support to the learner can enhance motivation and effectiveness of personalised learning.  ... 
doi:10.24874/ijqr15.01-03 fatcat:w6rrlgvvynhehhn7d7wydurlwy

An Approach to Annotation of Learning Texts on Programming within a Web-Based Educational System

Vladimír Mihál, Mária Bieliková
2009 2009 Fourth International Workshop on Semantic Media Adaptation and Personalization  
To verify value of this approach we tested proposed method for annotation learning texts within an existing learning system in domain of functional and logic programming.  ...  The main idea of the annotation is an extension of learning materials by additional information helping students to understand learning subject easier and faster together with minimizing a need of finding  ...  We wish to thank Oto Vozár, Michal Barla and Mariáň Simko (members of PeWe group, pewe.fiit.stuba.sk) for their invaluable contribution to the integration of our annotator to the Flip system and helping  ... 
doi:10.1109/smap.2009.24 dblp:conf/smap/MihalB09 fatcat:46uo4xazerfapdo3k53wuqvtrq

A Modular and Semantic Approach to Personalised Adaptive Learning: WASPEC 2.0

Ufuoma Chima Apoki, Gloria Cerasela Crisan
2022 Applied Sciences  
The ubiquity of smart devices and intelligent technologies embedded in e-learning settings fuels the drive to tackle the grand challenge of personalised adaptive learning.  ...  Personalised adaptive learning is supported at its heart by efficient real-time monitoring of the learning process and robust managerial capabilities, which are driven by data, as well as human intuition  ...  capable of assisting students in problem-solving activities during laboratory sessions [23] , and AILS (Adaptive Intelligent Learning System), developed with JADE (Java Agent Development Framework), which  ... 
doi:10.3390/app12157690 fatcat:cpcpvjh4rvgbnostu5zqwbmfky
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