The GuSS system illustrates three of the teaching architectures:
These architectures are tied together in a typical way. The Learning by Doing architecture is the bedrock of the system. The most critical objective of a learning environment is to give the student a task he finds interesting. The Learning by Doing simulation provides that task. As the student needs help deciding what questions to ask or which actions to take, he may use a Learning by Exploring module to investigate the task domain. As the student attempts to work through the simulation, encounters problems, and makes mistakes, then case-based teaching architectures are used to give the student knowledge relevant to his current situation.
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