System Intelligence in Constructivist Learning

@inproceedings{Akhras2001SystemII,
  title={System Intelligence in Constructivist Learning},
  author={Fabio N. Akhras and John A. Self},
  year={2001}
}
The aim of this paper is to present a perspective on intelligent systems to support learning that is in line with constructivist views of learning. In order to develop such a perspective we have defined formal mechanisms to support knowledge representation, reasoning, and decision making in intelligent systems, that are attuned to the values of constructivist views of learning. These point to the importance of the context of learning, stress that learning involves active interaction, and… CONTINUE READING

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