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Supporting Interaction Preferences and Recognition of Misconceptions with Independent Open Learner Models

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Supporting Interaction Preferences and Recognition of Misconceptions with Independent Open Learner Models
Misconceptions have been identified in many subjects. However, there has been less investigation into students' interest in their misconceptions. This paper presents two independent open learner models used alongside seven university courses to highlight the state of their knowledge to the learner as a starting point for their independent study. Many students used the environments; many had misconceptions identified at some point during their learning; and most of those with misconceptions viewed the statements of their misconceptions. Students were able to use the independent open learner models in a variety of ways to suit their interaction preferences, at different levels of study.
Susan Bull, Andrew Mabbott, Peter Gardner, Tim Jac
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where AH
Authors Susan Bull, Andrew Mabbott, Peter Gardner, Tim Jackson, Michael J. Lancaster, Steven Quigley, P. A. Childs
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