Modeling learning in online environments

14:30-14:45, January 27 @ 3A

Talk/ Overview

Modeling and predicting students’ knowledge and behavior is an important task in an adaptive computer-based learning environment. The teaching decisions in such a system are based on the predictions of the so-called student model. A lot of work has focused on constructing models that are able to accurately represent and predict the knowledge of the student. In this talk, I will first give an overview of the most popular approaches to student modeling. I will present two widely used approaches based on probabilistic models and item response theory. I will then introduce more complex models with higher representational power. Finally, I will demonstrate, how general features can be integrated into a student model.

Talk/ Speakers

Tanja Käser

Assistant Professor, EPFL IC & Senior Data Scientist, Swiss Data Science Center, ETH Zurich

Talk/ Slides

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Talk/ Highlights

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Modeling learning in online environments

With Tanja KäserPublished March 12, 2020

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