The Design and Development of Identification of Students' Misconceptions in Individualized Learning Environment (iSMILE) System

  title={The Design and Development of Identification of Students' Misconceptions in Individualized Learning Environment (iSMILE) System},
  author={Kaushal Kumar Bhagat and N. P. Subheesh and Bani Bhattacharya and Chun-Yen Chang},
  journal={Eurasia journal of mathematics, science and technology education},
With the rapid development of technology, incorporation of Information Communication Technology (ICT) for formative assessment purpose has been increasing over the past decade. This article describes the design and development of identification of students' misconceptions in an individualized learning environment (iSMILE) system that includes accommodations for students’ misconceptions in order to improve student’s conceptual understanding and finally learning outcome. The assessment process is… 

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