id: 02301288
dt: a
an: 1994b.00842
au: Vivet, M.; Delozanne, E.; Carriere, E.
ti: Intelligent tutoring systems and mathematics: A survey of whatâ€™s going on
in France.
so: Ferguson, D.L., Advanced educational technologies for mathematics and
science. Springer, Berlin (ISBN 3-540-56531-0). 647-685 (1993).
py: 1993
pu: Springer, Berlin
la: EN
cc: R20
ut: amalia; aplusix; naiade; elise; archimede; arria; mentonie zh;
cabri-geometre
ci:
li:
ab: This text gives an overview on what is happening in France in learning
environments for Mathematics. The focus is on systems for algebraic
manipulation (AMALIA for algebraic manipulations like integration,
APLUSIX system to learn factorisation of polynomials, NAIADE, ELISE,
...) and on systems to teach geometry (ARCHIMEDE, ARRIA, MENTONIEZH: an
ICAL, CABRI-geometre: a micro-world, ...). The global overview
presented allows a better understanding of the diversity of approaches
and the richness of complementary attitudes. It is a way to underline
that the work in this area is not monolithic and not based only on the
usual paradigm of transmission of knowledge hidden behind usual
declarations on ITS. A discussion on pedagogical attitudes and possible
roles for each system is presented. To conclude, some comments on the
need to have a better definition of pedagogical uses of ITS are given.
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