Ontology of the CBA: Towards Operationalization and Implementation

Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 37)

Abstract

To remedy inefficiency and increase the quality of learning, training systems have adopted a pedagogical approach based on competence bases. It is a concept that is common to the academic and professional communities; which imposes the use of ontology of the CBA to conceptualize a dynamic repository, determining the terminological semantics of skills, which is sectorial with pedagogical norms. We propose a CBA ontology that focuses on explicit modeling of competency in order to provide a shared formal representation that promotes exchange, interoperability and collaboration among the various users in the learning systems. Our goal is not just to build an appropriate ontology. Our ambition is to implement this solution in an authoring system to assist tutors with didactic intentions based on skills to produce CBA based educational content.

Keywords

Ontology Competencies-based approach Learning systems Ontological engineering System author 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Université Mohammed-V Ecole Mohammadia des IngénieursRabatMorocco

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