Creative Education

Volume 9, Issue 11 (August 2018)

ISSN Print: 2151-4755   ISSN Online: 2151-4771

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The Development and Evaluation of a Multi-Agent System for Supporting Flipped Classroom

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DOI: 10.4236/ce.2018.911121    746 Downloads   1,634 Views  Citations

ABSTRACT

The flipped classroom is an active teaching methodology that alters the organization logic of face-to-face teaching, in which content is studied before students attend class, emphasizing the active participation of the student in the search of knowledge and teamwork during the resolution of tasks, giving opportunities to experience educational practices that allow the simultaneous execution between theory and practice. However, when using this methodology, a problem that occurs during its application is the difficulty for the teacher (facilitator) to follow the whole progress of the activities performed outside the classroom. Thus, this paper presents the development and evaluation process for a multi-agent system to support the flipped classroom according to the needs of users, with the purpose of correcting the problem inherent to the implementation of this learning theory.

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Mendes Neto, F. , de Almeida, L. , de Freitas Lopes, E. , de Araújo Pontes, V. , Chagas, J. and Alves, F. (2018) The Development and Evaluation of a Multi-Agent System for Supporting Flipped Classroom. Creative Education, 9, 1667-1679. doi: 10.4236/ce.2018.911121.

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