Our research aim is to propose a support model for problem‐solving oriented learning (PSOL) and implement a humancentric system that supports learners and thereby develops their ability. We propose a human‐centric interactive framework for PSOL by employing the research results in the educational psychology field. The characteristic of our research is that our system understands the principle knowledge to support users through human‐computer interactions. It is very important to clarify the principle knowledge of the target application domain and develop the system based on it. We call the principle knowledge as ontology. By embedding ontology into the basis of a system, we can implement a more positive navigation function. In this paper, we analyze the learners’ cognitive activities in PSOL, propose a support model that encourages self‐regulated planning processes, and illustrate an interactive environment for making effective problem‐solving and learning processes based on the ontology.
Seta, K., Tachibana, K., Fujisawa, I. and Umano, M. (2004), "An ontological approach to interactive navigation for problem solving oriented learning processes", Interactive Technology and Smart Education, Vol. 1 No. 3, pp. 185-194. https://doi.org/10.1108/17415650480000022Download as .RIS
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