Hagino Hattori Laboratory

Presentation Group Representative : Takashi Hattori (Faculty of Environment and Information Studies)
  • 4. Quality education
Tokyo Midtown East B1F Hall A
Booth No.G08

Development e-Learning System for Programming Learning

Person in Charge of the Project : Sae Kimura

In recent years, programming has come to be emphasized in Japanese education, but it has been pointed out that learning is too difficult for beginners and that the burden on instructors is large. In this research, we incorporate elements of an online judge system, enable stepwise learning by solving problems, and research and develop a system that allows teachers and learners to easily communicate. In the future, we aim to use it in our programming lecturte in SFC.

Proposal of the Next-Move-Problem Generation Method with Computer Shogi

Person in Charge of the Project : Shunta Watanabe

Computer Shogi (Shogi AI) is considered to have surpassed humanity, and the development of computer Shogi has been activated, but learning methods for humans using computer Shogi have not been well developed.In this research, we focus on the next hand task, which is a task for human learning, and examine the method of extracting the task with appropriate difficulty level and learning effect for the learner.