From the July-September 2013 issue
SimSketch: Multiagent Simulations Based on Learner-Created Sketches for Early Science Education
By Lars Bollen and Wouter R. van Joolingen
This paper presents an approach to create simulations of science phenomena based on sketches. SimSketch, an integrated drawing and modeling tool, allows students to create sketches and apply behaviors to elements of their drawing. A multiagent simulation engine interprets and executes the model, thus building an intuitively usable and motivating learning environment to build and explore simulations of scientific phenomena.
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