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Title: The Effect of Adaptive Learning Style Scenarios on Learning Achievements
Authors: Bozhilov, Danail
Stefanov, Krassen
Stoyanov, Slavi
Keywords: adaptive learning
learning style
adaptive software applications
Issue Date: 10-Jun-2009
Abstract: The study compares three adaptive learning style scenarios, namely matching, compensating and monitoring. Matching and compensating scenarios operate on a design-time mode, while monitoring applies a run-time adaptation mode. In addition, the study investigates the role of pre-assessment and embedded adaptation controls. To measure the effectiveness of different adaptive scenarios, a software application serving as a test-bed. was developed. An experimental study indicated that the monitoring adaptation led to higher learning achievements when compared to matching and compensating adaptation, although no significant effect was found.
Description: Bozhilov, D., Stefanov, K., & Stoyanov, S. (2008). The Effect of Adaptive Learning Style Scenarios on Learning Achievements. In R. Koper, K. Stefanov & D. Dicheva (Eds.), Proceedings of the 5th International TENCompetence Open Workshop "Stimulating Personal Development and Knowledge Sharing" (pp. 79-88). October, 30-31, 2008, Sofia, Bulgaria: TENCompetence Workshop. [For the whole proceedings please see also http://hdl.handle.net/1820/1961 ]
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/1955
ISBN: 978-954-92146-5-9
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