|Measuring Self-regulated Learning Skills through Social Interactions in a Teachable Agent Environment|
We have developed a learning environment where students teach a computer agent, using visual representations, and can monitor the agent’s learning progress by asking her questions and having her take quizzes. The system provides self-regulated learning and metacognitive support via dialog-embedded prompts from Betty, the teachable agent, and Mr. Davis, the mentor agent. Our primary goals have been to support learning of complex science topics in middle school classrooms and facilitate development of metacognitive skills to support future learning.
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Research and Practice in Technology-Enhanced Learning (RPTEL)
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