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The impact of a mathematics computer-assisted learning platform on students' mathematics test scores

@inproceedings{Perera2019TheIO,
  title={The impact of a mathematics computer-assisted learning platform on students' mathematics test scores},
  author={Marcelo Perera and Diego Aboal},
  year={2019}
}
Since 2013, the Uruguayan educational system has been using an online adaptive learning tool for mathematics: The Mathematics Adaptive Platform (PAM for its Spanish acronym). PAM's content has been adapted to the national curriculum and it is a tool that - based on an analysis of students' experiences - offers personalised feedback according to each student's skill level. The use of PAM has been spreading throughout the education system. By 2016, approximately half of all students in 3rd… 

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