Developing Interactive Learning Environments that can be used by all the classes having access to computers. The case of Aplusix for algebra

Abstract : Our research team has developed and experimented software for the learning of algebra, named Aplusix, with the idea of being usable and useful for all the classes having access to computers, and of helping teachers to teach the curriculum. In this paper, we list 19 principles that we consider relevant to this goal and we briefly describe the Aplusix system. This system is distributed in France since early 2005 and will be distributed in many countries from 2006. It has proven to be efficient (students learn) and to facilitate the teacher's work.
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Jean-François Nicaud, Denis Bouhineau, Hamid Chaachoua, Jana Trgalova. Developing Interactive Learning Environments that can be used by all the classes having access to computers. The case of Aplusix for algebra. Les Cahiers Leibniz, 2006, 148, pp.1-11. ⟨hal-00190287⟩

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