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IntuiScript a new digital notebook for learning writing in elementary schools: 1st observations

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Abstract

IntuiScript is an innovative project that aims for designing a digital notebook dedicated to handwriting learning at primary schools. One of the main goals is to provide children real-time feedback to make them more autonomous. These feedbacks are produced by automatically analysing their drawing, and this online analysis makes possible an adaptation of the pedagogical scenario to each child according to his own difficulties. The IntruiScript project complies with a user-centered design approach, based on iterative campaigns of development and test with more than 1000 children from three to seven years old, in 40 pilot-classes, and implying also teachers and pedagogical experts. First short-term test campaigns have been done allowing to evaluate the pedagogical relevance of educational scenarios proposed and have generated an anonymous database of 27.000 handwritten characters, with their descriptions (gesture, drawing time, completion rate . . .). This paper presents the approach to analyse the children writings and to give them feedbacks. The first observations extracted from the in-class experiments and the database collected are also presented.
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hal-01548200 , version 1 (27-06-2017)

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Nathalie Girard, Damien Simonnet, Eric Anquetil. IntuiScript a new digital notebook for learning writing in elementary schools: 1st observations. 18th International Graphonomics Society Conference (IGS2017), Jun 2017, Gaeta, Italy. pp.201-204. ⟨hal-01548200⟩
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