An Architectural Model Of Multi-Agent Systems For Student Evaluation In Collaborative Game Software

Monica Hoedltke Pietruchinski, Andrey Ricardo Pimentel
2015 Zenodo  
The teaching of computer programming for beginners has been generally considered as a difficult and challenging task. Several methodologies and research tools have been developed, however, the difficulty of teaching still remains. Our work integrates the state of the art in teaching programming with game software and further provides metrics for the evaluation of student performance in a collaborative activity of playing games. This paper aims to present a multi-agent system architecture to be
more » ... ncorporated to the educational collaborative game software for teaching programming that monitors, evaluates and encourages collaboration by the participants. A literature review has been made on the concepts of Collaborative Learning, Multi-agents systems, collaborative games and techniques to teach programming using these concepts simultaneously.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1108690 fatcat:23r6ouudhbcdtgfw6xqkaibgd4