Acquiring Conceptual Knowledge about How Systems Behave

Jochem Liem, Bert Bredeweg, Floris Linnebank, René Bühling, Michael Wißner, Jorge Gracia del Rio, Wouter Beek and Asunción Gómez Pérez

erschienen 2010 Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Part II, page 448

Verlag: Springer


There is a need for software that supports learners in actively dealing with theoretical concepts by having them create models and perform concept prediction and explanation. DynaLearn seeks to address this by developing a domain independent Interactive Learning Environment (ILE) based on Qualitative Reasoning (QR). The QR vocabulary fits the nature of conceptualknowledge, and the explicit representation of these notions in the software provides the handles to support an automated communicative interaction that actually discusses and provides feedback at the conceptual level.