Differentiating qualitative representations into learning spaces

J. Liem, W. Beek, B. Bredeweg

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Abstract

The DynaLearn interactive learning environment allows learners to construct their conceptual ideas and investigate the logical consequences of those ideas. By building and simulating causal models, students develop an understanding of how systems work. The DynaLearn interactive learning environment introduces six modes of interaction, called learning spaces. By working in a particular learning space, teachers can emphasise particular aspects of modelling a system (e.g. causality, conditional knowledge). The DynaLearn software is based on the Garp3 qualitative modelling and simulation workbench, but integrates the interface into a single screen and adds learning spaces.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication24th International Workshop on Qualitative Reasoning (QR’10), Portland, Oregon, USA
EditorsJ. de Kleer, K.D. Forbus
PublisherQualitative Reasoning Group, Northwestern University
Pages37-46
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Externally publishedYes

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