So we wondered:
How can we solve this problem?
Thanks to artificial intelligence, we train each child’s competency profile while they are doing their exercises. This way, we can offer the pupil the most suitable course at the right time. This adaptive learning allows us to personalise the educational content for each child, with an adapted difficulty, so that they progress at their own pace, without getting bored or discouraged, and so that they master all the mathematical skills required by the official National Education programme, and even more !
To that aim, we use the children’s cognitive skills and particularly to the visualization of mathematical concepts. It has been shown that the ability to represent solids in a three-dimensional space, quantities by constellations of objects or calculations by variations of these same quantities, helps the child to understand more complex mathematical concepts. KIDAIA promotes this cognitive ability.
For KIDAIA, we have developed several modes of response with a keyboard, which allows the child to type the answer : a magic slate which allows the child to write the answer with a finger or a mouse and with a voice recognition. This last functionality is very interesting from a pedagogical point of view, because, as with visualisation, verbalisation plays an important part in memorising and understanding a concept.