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Adaptive Tool for Teaching Programming Using Conceptual Maps

  • Tomislav VolarićEmail author
  • Daniel Vasić
  • Emil Brajković
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 3)

Abstract

The crucial information about learner in an E learning system is in fact the information about learner’s level of knowledge. In everyday practice teacher must know what the student knows to adapt to learner’s individual needs, and his features. In adaptive e learning system, the system has to have information about student’s knowledge to implement learning strategies to achieve maximum effect. Many researches show that learning using e learning system shows best learning effects. This article shows how to use semi-automatic tool for teaching main concepts of programming using concept map. Concept map is used as an ontology that teachers use to construct domain knowledge that is used to asses’ student’s knowledge and construct student model. Based on student model system decides which concepts to include in teaching process. We utilize CM Tutor (Content Modeling Tutor) (Volaric in Oblikovanje modela nastavnih lekcija u inteligentnom sustavu e-učenja. Split, 2014) module to evaluate student’s performance through qualitative and quantitative means. Experiments are made on 2 generations on students of University of Mostar to evaluate the systems effectiveness and improve systems performance based on student’s feedback.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Tomislav Volarić
    • 1
    Email author
  • Daniel Vasić
    • 1
  • Emil Brajković
    • 1
  1. 1.Faculty of Science and EducationUniversity of MostarMostarBosnia and Herzegovina

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