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2006
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The Behavior of Tutoring Systems
Tutoring systems are described as having two loops. The outer loop executes once for each task, where a task usually consists of solving a complex, multi-step problem. The inner lo...
Kurt VanLehn
AIEDU
2006
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FearNot! Involving Children in the Design of a Virtual Learning Environment
This paper presents FearNot, a virtual learning environment populated by synthetic characters interacting in bullying scenarios, aimed at 8-12 year old children. FearNot was design...
Lynne E. Hall, Sarah N. Woods, Ruth Aylett
AIEDU
2006
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CARSS: A Framework for Learner-Centred Design with Children
Learner-centred design (LCD) is a nebulous concept. It can range from attempts to design with the needs of the learner at the forefront, to involving the learner at various stages ...
Judith Good, Judy Robertson
AIEDU
2006
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Learner Centred Design in the Adventure Author Project
Involving stakeholders at an early stage of learning environment design enables researchers to base a system around the needs of learners. By working directly with learners, resear...
Seth Goolnik, Judy Robertson, Judith Good
AIEDU
2006
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Using Knowledge Tracing in a Noisy Environment to Measure Student Reading Proficiencies
Constructing a student model for language tutors is a challenging task. This paper describes using knowledge tracing to construct a student model of reading proficiency and validat...
Joseph E. Beck, June Sison
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