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Evidence-based Approach to Interacting with Open Student Models

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Evidence-based Approach to Interacting with Open Student Models
Research efforts focused on developing "active reports" are currently underway. Active reports are designed to foster communication among teachers, students, and parents by listening to all stakeholders, using assessment information to guide teaching and learning, and to reconcile potential conflicts. Open student models can handle different views of the student. These views support different kinds of assessment information coming from a variety of sources (e.g. results from summative and formative assessments). As teachers, students, and parents interact with open student models, assessment claims (e.g. students' self-assessment, systems' and teachers' assessment of student knowledge) may evolve from unsupported claims to evidence-based arguments. Paths on this evidentiary argument space are characterized by rich interactions among sources of evidence that may challenge personal claims and improve metacognitive skills. This paper (a) presents an evidence-based...
Diego Zapata-Rivera, Eric G. Hansen, Valerie J. Sh
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where AIEDU
Authors Diego Zapata-Rivera, Eric G. Hansen, Valerie J. Shute, Jody S. Underwood, Malcolm Bauer
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