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Toward a Virtual Tool to Train on Dissonance Control Supported by Learning and Cooperation

Abstract : This paper proposes an original training virtual tool on the control of dissonances by applying learning and cooperation concepts. This virtual tool is a part of a SPOC (Small Private Online Courses) developed at the University of Valenciennes, and it is composed into three parts: the dissonance control theory presentation, the case study analysis part and the training supervision support. The dissonance control theory part contains several texts and a database of articles, texts or movies, and concerns the presentation of taxonomy, formalism and assessment of dissonances. The case study analysis part contains an illustrative database of images, animation movies, questionnaires or algorithms. By applying experience based learning and co-learning processes, students and tutors can jointly increase, refine or validate the content of the databases. The student training supervision support aims at detecting difficulties such as problems of understanding, surprises, or lacks of sensemaking for instance. It will consist in implementing the so-called reverse comic strip in order to define indicators about the quality of the course and its understanding.
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Frédéric Vanderhaegen. Toward a Virtual Tool to Train on Dissonance Control Supported by Learning and Cooperation. 13th IFAC Symposium on Analysis, Design, and Evaluation ofHuman-Machine Systems HMS 2016, Aug 2016, Kyoto, Japan. ⟨hal-03417278⟩



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