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    Title: Deriving the Best Learning Path for Freestyle Swimming from the Rule-Space Model
    Authors: Huang, Ku-Chen;Chen, Yung-Hui;Tseng, Chun-Hsiung;Chiu, Tung-Kuei
    Keywords: Learning Concept Map;Learning Order;Relation Weight;Learning Relation Value
    Date: 2017-02-23
    Issue Date: 2017-03-07 02:10:55 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Higher Education Forum
    Abstract: The best learning order of sport skills will be explored with the application of Rule-Space model. The theorem is a cognitive assessment theorem based on learning concept maps. It utilized the induction of concept matrices to infer learning strategies and learning paths and is widely adopted in the fields of mathematics, languages, and cognitive tests, etc. Method: Documentary analysis and theorem induction were performed to analyze the steps and methods of the Rule-Space model. The learning materials of freestyle swimming was used as an example for the induction and transformation of matrices. Result: The example of freestyle swimming showed that the best learning path is: aqueous adaptation, leg kicking, breathing, and paddling. Conclusion: The Rule-Space model is suitable for the induction of learning paths and the best learning paths of various sport learning and the presentation of various sport learning performance. The method not only serves as a reference for lecturers to arrange learning materials and learning strategies but also provides learners advice for arranging learning orders in the self-learning process and as a way to achieve adaptive learning.
    Relation: International Conference on Education and Social Sciences Proceedings ,pp.541-552
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