The QHELP (Higher Education Learning Platform for Quantitative Thinking) project is both innovative and complementary to the TquanT predecessor project carried out from 2015 to 2018 within the EU Erasmus+ programme.

The QHELP system consists of two fundamental modules: an assessment and a learning module. The former determines the state of knowledge of a student. This will be done by applying the adaptive assessment procedures that are available in the knowledge space theory (KST) framework. At the end of the assessment the student will receive a detailed report containing the results of the assessment in both summative and formative terms. The learning module guides the student through the contents in a structured way. It starts from the notions, knowledge and concepts that are immediately accessible from the student’s state of knowledge. This personalized learning should help keeping high the student’s motivation to stay in the system.

Besides the QHELP System, we continue to produce educational R Shiny Apps illustrating various topics in quantitative thinking. We aim to continue this work with another project on quantitative thinking.