Modeling the Knowledge-Based Components of a Learning Environment within the Task/Method Paradigm
We show that the Task/Method paradigm is adapted for modeling the problem-solving method that the teacher wants to communicate to the student as well as the pedagogical strategies that have to be put into practice for managing the interaction with the student.
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