In this paper, we focus our attention on the authoring approach applied on learning scenario's management. We present the challenges raised by this issue by proposing a precise definition of the concept of learning scenario and its lifecycle. Then, we present current works aiming to capture and analyze the practitioners' needs and usages and to co-build models and tools matching with their specific context and environment. To conclude, we wonder about the possibility of considering a federative meta-model whereas at least three different targets must be considered: models for computation, models for design specialists and models for practitioners such as teachers.
|Publication status||Published - 30 Jun 2006|
|Event||TENCompetence Conference - Sofia, Bulgaria|
Duration: 30 Mar 2006 → 31 Mar 2006
|Period||30/03/06 → 31/03/06|
- Learning scenarios
- Educational modelling language