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Learning environments based on inspectable student models

@inproceedings{Greer2003LearningEB,
  title={Learning environments based on inspectable student models},
  author={J. Greer and Juan Diego Zapata Rivera},
  year={2003}
}
Inspectable student models have the potential to enhance computer-based learning environments. Researchers in the area have begun to explore the potential of externalizing the model to students and teachers in order to support reflection, knowledge awareness, and collaborative and negotiated assessment. A framework for learning environments based on inspectable student models has been proposed Human and computational components in the framework can interact with student models through a… Expand
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