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\iteman{ZMATH 2011e.00622}
\itemau{Fest, Andreas}
\itemti{Adding intelligent assessment: a Java framework for integrating dynamic mathematical software components into interactive learning activities.}
\itemso{ZDM, Int. J. Math. Educ. 43, No. 3, 413-423 (2011).}
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Summary: Dynamic geometry constructions are commonly embedded into hypertext documents to create interactive exercises. In practice, this approach often constrains the possibilities of creating complex learning environments due to technical limitations. A Java-based framework for the development of interactive learning environments based on exploration laboratories containing dynamic geometry applets is presented. Dynamic geometry software (DGS) applets of different types can be integrated into the same laboratory and interact with each other. Within our framework, interactive exercises based on DGS constructions can be enriched with automated and semi-automated assessment algorithms. Students' learning processes can be recorded using capture-and-replay software. Two sample learning environments based on the framework are presented.
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\itemcc{G50 G40 D30 R20 U50}
\itemut{congruent transformations; dynamic geometry; geometry software; interactive learning activities; semi-automated assessment}
\itemli{doi:10.1007/s11858-011-0323-8}
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