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Kompetenzerwerbsförderung durch E-Assessment: Individuelle Kompetenzerfassung am Beispiel des Fachs Mathematik

@article{Meissner2021KompetenzerwerbsfrderungDE,
  title={Kompetenzerwerbsf{\"o}rderung durch E-Assessment: Individuelle Kompetenzerfassung am Beispiel des Fachs Mathematik},
  author={Roy Meissner and Claudia Ruhland and Katja Ihsberner},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2108.09072}
}
In this article, we present a concept of how micro- and e-assessments can be used for the mathematical domain to automatically determine acquired and missing individual skills and, based on these information, guide individuals to acquire missing or additional skills in a software-supported process. The models required for this concept are a digitally prepared and annotated e-assessment item pool, a digital modeling of the domain that includes topics, necessary competencies, as well as… 

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