An Internet-based intelligent learning environment for modeling the process of learning common fraction operations

Siu Cheung KONG, Lam For KWOK

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Abstract

The study aims to model the process of learning common fraction operations with the use of graphical support, knowledge-based systems and machine learning. An Internet-based Fraction-learning Intelligent Learning Environment (IFILE) with the use of a Graphical Partitioning Model (GPM) to facilitate learners’ understanding on fraction concepts was developed. The IFILE provides two pedagogical and three intelligent features to optimize the interaction opportunity: electronic blank sheet for exploration, graphical support for improved understanding, next step support for helping learners from impasse situation, alternative solutions for reflection and proactive guidance for fostering the production of cognitive residue. The IFILE was built with the incorporation of a model of learner’s knowledge for developing learning properties, which includes constructiveness, cumulativeness, self-regulatedness and reflectiveness. Copyright © 2002 IASTED.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Artificial and Computational Intelligence: ACI 2002
EditorsNaohiro ISHII
Place of PublicationAnaheim, CA
PublisherIASTED
Pages330-335
ISBN (Print)088986358X
Publication statusPublished - 2002

Citation

Kong, S. C., & Kwok, L. F. (2002). An Internet-based intelligent learning environment for modeling the process of learning common fraction operations. In N. Ishii (Ed.), Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Artificial and Computational Intelligence: ACI 2002 (pp. 330-335). Anaheim, CA: IASTED.

Keywords

  • Common fraction
  • Intelligent learning environments
  • Knowledge-based systems
  • Machine learning
  • Proactive guidance

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