
06220802
a
2013f.00884
Rebholz, Sandra
Zimmermann, Marc
Applying computeraided intelligent assessment in the context of mathematical induction.
Pan, Zhigeng (ed.) et al., Transactions on Edutainment X. Berlin: Springer (ISBN 9783642379185/pbk). Lecture Notes in Computer Science 7775. Journal Subline, 191201 (2013).
2013
Berlin: Springer
EN
R40
R20
U50
D60
E50
computeraided assessment
intelligent assessment
semi automatic feedback
formative feedback
mathematical induction
doi:10.1007/9783642379192_11
Summary: Intelligent assessment represents a novel approach in the field of computeraided assessment (CAA). In intelligent assessment, the student's performance is not only assessed by the solution but also by the individual steps leading to the solution. The webbased exercise tool ComInM 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 ComInM 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.