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The effectiveness of AI systems for assessment and tutoring
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- Kulik, C.-L., Kulik, J.A.: E↵ectiveness of computer-based instruction: an updated analysis. Computers in human behavior 7(1), 75–94 (1991)
- Durlach, P.J., Ray, J.M.: Designing adaptive instructional environments: Insights from empirical evidence. Army Research Institute Report (2011)
- Ritter, S., Anderson, J.R., Koedinger, K.R., Corbett, A.: Cognitive tutor: applied research in mathematics education. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review 14(2), 249–254 (2007)
- VanLehn, K.: The relative e↵ectiveness of human tutoring, intelligent tutoring systems, and other tutoring systems. Educational Psychology 46(4), 197–221 (2011)
What the Research Says: The World Economic Forum Report 25 September 2015
- 21st Century Skills Adaptive Technologies for Learning
- Adaptive Technologies for Learning
- Boston Consulting Report Authors
- Open Data as Open Educational Resources
- Games Based Learning
- The Closed Loop Model
What the Research Says
Nesta commissioned report: Decoding Learning – finds proof of technology supporting effective learning, emerging technologies that show promise of impact, and exciting teacher practice that displays the potential for effective digital education.
Luckin, R. and Weatherby, K. (2012) OnLine Communities In Context International Journal of Web Based Communities 8(4), 440-454.
Underwood, J., Luckin, R. and Winters, N. (2012) Managing Resource Ecologies For Mobile Personal And Collaborative Self-directed Language Learning. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 34, 226-229.
Luckin, R. and Clark, W. (2012) More Than A Game: The participatory Design of contextualised technology-rich learning expereinces with the ecology of resources. Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society, 7(3), 33-50.
Luckin, R., & Stanton Fraser, D. (2011) Augmented Reality: Limitless or pointless?: An Evaluation of Augmented Reality Technology in the School and Home. International Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning, 3 (5),510-524.
du Boulay, B., Avramides, K., Luckin, R. Martinez-Miron, E., Rebolledo-Mendez, G. & Harris, A. (2010) Towards Systems That Care: A Conceptual Framework based on Motivation, Metacognition and Affect. International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, 20 (3), pp 197-229.
Lewin, C. and Luckin, R. (2010) Technology To Support Parental Engagement in elementary education: Lessons learned from the UK. Computers and Education 54 (3), 749-758.
Balaam, M., Luckin, R., Good, J. & Harris, H. (2009) Supporting Affective Comunication in the classroom with the Subtle Stone. International Journal of Learning Technology, 4 (3/4), 188 – 215.
Clark, W., Logan, K., Luckin, R., Mee, A. & Oliver, M. (2009. Beyond Web2: mapping the technology landscapes of young learners. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning. 25 (1), 56-69.
Luckin, R., Clark, W., Graber, R.,Logan, K., Mee, A., Oliver, M. (2009) Do Web2 Tools Really Open The Door To Learning: practices, perceptions and profiles of 11-16 year old learners? Learning Media and Technology, 34 (2), 87 – 104.
Smith, H., Underwood, J., Fitzpatrick, G., & Luckin, R. (2009). Classroom E-Science: Exposing the Work to Make it Work. Educational Technology & Society. 12 (3), 289–308.
What the Research Says:…
January 2013: iPads in the classroom
March 2013: The potential of big data and learning analytics
July 20th 2012:Using smart techniques
November 2012: Collaborative Learning About Technology
November 2012: Education Hackday