Étayer dynamiquement une activité de conception expérimentale en biologie : premiers résultats d'expérimentations

Abstract : Abstract. Experimental design is one of the main activities in science programs and poses methodological and conceptual challenges for learners. Providing learners with adapted scaffolds can help to overcome these difficulties, but remains to analyze its efficiency. According to our research goal, we designed an EIAH with fixed and adaptive scaffolds. The learner interacts with SimDiabolo, simulation on the topic of cellular metabolism, which provides scaffolds related to non learning objectives, and receives dynamic feedback in case of error related to one of the learning concept. Feedbacks and their triggers are defined in the FORMID scenarios used by the FORMID runtime engine throughout the learners' progress. We present the first results of traces analysis collected during experiments in high school biology classes (France).
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Catherine Bonnat, Anne Lejeune. Étayer dynamiquement une activité de conception expérimentale en biologie : premiers résultats d'expérimentations. 9ème édition de la conférence EIAH (Environnements Informatiques pour l’Apprentissage Humain), Jun 2019, Paris, France. ⟨hal-02182756⟩

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