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Up and Down the Number-Line: Modelling Collaboration in Contrasting School and Home Environments

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Up and Down the Number-Line: Modelling Collaboration in Contrasting School and Home Environments
This paper is concerned with user modelling issues such as adaptive educational environments, adaptive information retrieval, and support for collaboration. The HomeWork project is examining the use of learner modelling strategies within both school and home environments for young children aged 5 – 7 years. The learning experience within the home context can vary considerably from school especially for very young learners, and this project focuses on the use of modelling which can take into account the informality and potentially contrasting learning styles experienced within the home and school.
Hilary Tunley, Benedict du Boulay, Rosemary Luckin
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where UM
Authors Hilary Tunley, Benedict du Boulay, Rosemary Luckin, Joe Holmberg, Joshua Underwood
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