Understanding Dynamic and Collaborative Situation: A Context based Approach

C. Bossard, R. Bénard, and J. Tisseau (France)


Learning, Context, Simulation, Contextual Graph, Pedagogical Help.


This article presents a contextual approach to build a Virtual Environment for Training (VET) to develop decision making skills. After a characterization of dynamic and collaborative situations and our theoritical learning perspective, we focus on advantages of using context to set up a pedagogical assistance. Two assistances types have been envisaged thanks to context using, the first one is a direct assistance and the second allows to replay the simulation. We are detailing the direct one which consists in guiding the learner before and during action. Those assistances have been set up thanks to contextual graph and consists of animations in the virtual environment.

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