By Maria Rosita Cecilia, Tania Di Mascio (auth.), Pierpaolo Vittorini, Rosella Gennari, Ivana Marenzi, Tania Di Mascio, Fernando De la Prieta (eds.)
Research on know-how better studying (TEL) investigates how info and communique applied sciences might be designed on the way to aid pedagogical actions. The proof dependent layout (EBD) of a approach bases its judgements on empirical proof and effectiveness. The evidence-based TEL workshop (ebTEL) brings jointly TEL and EBD.
The first version of ebTEL accrued contributions within the quarter of TEL from laptop technological know-how, man made intelligence, evidence-based medication, academic psychology and pedagogy. just like the earlier version, this moment version, ebTEL’13, desires to be a discussion board within which TEL researchers and practitioners alike can talk about leading edge evidence-based principles, tasks, and classes concerning TEL.
The workshop happened in Salamanca, Spain, on may perhaps 22nd-24th 2013.
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00 Average time 10,6 12 12,8 12,8 12,8 14,8 75,8 Only in the 6% of all cases, it was necessary to change the automatically generated fixed event. In 72% of games the text of the event was corrected. The total number of changes (of both entities or choice events) was 120. The changes were necessary especially for the wrong choices, with 54 total changes (Fig. 4). Fig. 4 Distribution of changes The work of developing manual causal games was instead longer, as the operator had to invent the game by directly using, when possible, one of the fixed events already present in the story games.
Each operator studied the story text, reviewed all the games associated with it and created from scratch the textual part of the causal games3 . 2 With the aim of unambiguously identifying the event in the story. For instance, the same event text could be referred to different story episodes. 3 The NLP module was in fact unable to detect any causal relation in the text. The Manual Revision of the TERENCE Italian Smart Games 29 Fig. 3 Example of a review of WHO game (Book 2, Story 1) In the revision of WHO-games, it sometimes happened that the solutions proposed were not consistent with the automatic generated question4 .
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2nd International Workshop on Evidence-based Technology Enhanced Learning by Maria Rosita Cecilia, Tania Di Mascio (auth.), Pierpaolo Vittorini, Rosella Gennari, Ivana Marenzi, Tania Di Mascio, Fernando De la Prieta (eds.)