id: 06220802
dt: a
an: 2013f.00884
au: Rebholz, Sandra; Zimmermann, Marc
ti: Applying computer-aided intelligent assessment in the context of
mathematical induction.
so: Pan, Zhigeng (ed.) et al., Transactions on Edutainment X. Berlin: Springer
(ISBN 978-3-642-37918-5/pbk). Lecture Notes in Computer Science 7775.
Journal Subline, 191-201 (2013).
py: 2013
pu: Berlin: Springer
la: EN
cc: R40 R20 U50 D60 E50
ut: computer-aided assessment; intelligent assessment; semi- automatic
feedback; formative feedback; mathematical induction
ci:
li: doi:10.1007/978-3-642-37919-2_11
ab: Summary: Intelligent assessment represents a novel approach in the field of
computer-aided assessment (CAA). In intelligent assessment, the
studentâ€™s performance is not only assessed by the solution but also
by the individual steps leading to the solution. The web-based exercise
tool ComIn-M uses intelligent assessment in the context of mathematical
induction. In this article we describe the basic principles of
intelligent assessmentand highlight its prototypical implementation
using the tool ComIn-M as an example. In the evaluation we investigate
the practicality of intelligent assessment with the tool in two
recitation sections at the Universities of Education in Weingarten and
Ludwigsburg.
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