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Title: Reactions to inspectable learner models: seven year olds to university students
Authors: Abu Issa, Abdallatif
Bull, Susan
Mangat, Manveer
Mabbott, Andrew
Marsh, Josie
Keywords: Individualized instruction;Cognitive styles;Computer-assisted instruction;Students - Attitudes;Motivation in education
Issue Date: 2005
Abstract: This paper examines student reactions to inspectable learner models. We look at a simple example for children as young as 7, and university students using more complex inspectable learner models - one with multiple views on the model data, and one that can be opened to peers and instructors. We provide a descriptive account of student perceptions of their learner models, to complement the more formal data available elsewhere. This information is useful to those considering opening learner models in their systems, as it provides greater insight into individual student attitudes, which is important when supporting individual learning
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