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CHI
2004
ACM
12 years 1 months ago
Off-task behavior in the cognitive tutor classroom: when students "game the system"
We investigate the prevalence and learning impact of different types of off-task behavior in classrooms where students are using intelligent tutoring software. We find that within...
Ryan Shaun Baker, Albert T. Corbett, Kenneth R. Ko...
UM
2005
Springer
11 years 7 months ago
Detecting When Students Game the System, Across Tutor Subjects and Classroom Cohorts
Building a generalizable detector of student behavior within intelligent tutoring systems presents two challenges: transferring between different cohorts of students (who may devel...
Ryan Shaun Baker, Albert T. Corbett, Kenneth R. Ko...
EDM
2009
107views Data Mining» more  EDM 2009»
10 years 11 months ago
Differences Between Intelligent Tutor Lessons, and the Choice to Go Off-Task
Recent research has suggested that differences between intelligent tutor lessons predict a large amount of the variance in the prevalence of gaming the system [4]. Within this pape...
Ryan Baker
UMUAI
2008
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11 years 1 months ago
Developing a generalizable detector of when students game the system
Some students, when working in interactive learning environments, attempt to "game the system", attempting to succeed in the environment by exploiting properties of the s...
Ryan Shaun Joazeiro de Baker, Albert T. Corbett, I...
UM
2005
Springer
11 years 7 months ago
Modeling Students' Metacognitive Errors in Two Intelligent Tutoring Systems
Intelligent tutoring systems help students acquire cognitive skills by tracing students’ knowledge and providing relevant feedback. However, feedback that focuses only on the cog...
Ido Roll, Ryan Shaun Baker, Vincent Aleven, Bruce ...
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