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Developing Self-Regulated Learning in ICT-based Narrative Environments

Abstract : Based on the analysis of a plain narrative learning environment (NLE), in this paper we discuss what features of NLEs can support the development of selfregulated learning (SRL) abilities in primary school children. The analysis is performed by means of a tool developed within the European project TELEPEERS, aiming to evaluate the potential to support SRL of technology-enhanced learning environments. We evaluate the considered NLE as granting an average support to SRL. We spot several aspects where improvement would be necessary, and we point out that several of these changes would be best addressed by means of an AI approach.
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Giuliana Dettori, Tania Giannetti. Developing Self-Regulated Learning in ICT-based Narrative Environments. International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED) 2005, 2005, Amsterdam, Netherlands. ⟨hal-00190241⟩



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