Click on the digits.
The student asks the companion Chloe to make a calculation step.
Chloe (12 years) makes some small steps and explains them.
The Map allows choosing exercises.
Each point is a family of 10 exercises of the type indicated on the left.
The colour of the point indicates the difficulty level.
The student solves correctly a simple equation.
The two black straight lines indicate that the calculations are correct.
Here, the student has made an error.
The two red straight lines indicate an error.
The student asks the companion Julien to suggest an expression.
Julien highlights an expression.
The student asks the companion Julien to suggest an action.
Julien describes the proposed action.
Action suggested by Julien in the following step.
Of course, it is on demand of the student.
Exercises solved in the test mode.
In this case, there is a single straight line between the steps which does not indicate the correctness of the calculations, and the companions are
At the end of the test, the student continues in the self-correcting mode.
They get a score for each exercise and the correctness of the calculations is indicated. They can modify their work to obtain a correct solution.
The student asks the companion Olivia to make a calculation step.
Olivia (16 years) solves the equation with the discriminant and provides explanations.
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- Last update: 6 January 2011 -