COML (Classroom Orchestration Modelling Language) and Scenarios Designer: Toolsets to Facilitate Collaborative Learning in a One-to-One Technology Classroom

Abstract : In a one-to-one collaborative learning classroom supported by ubiquitous computing, teachers require tools that allow them to design of learning scenarios, and to manage and monitor the activities happening in the classroom. Our project proposes an architecture for a classroom management system and a scenarios designer tool, both based on a Classroom Orchestration Modelling Language (COML), to support these requirements. We are developing and testing this with the GroupScribbles software using a set of learning scenarios for classrooms equipped with pen tablet computers.
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Jitti Niramitranon, Mike Sharples, Chris Greenhalgh. COML (Classroom Orchestration Modelling Language) and Scenarios Designer: Toolsets to Facilitate Collaborative Learning in a One-to-One Technology Classroom. Kaleidoscope Convergence Workshop, 2006, Amsterdam, Netherlands. pp.17-24. ⟨hal-00190507⟩

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