A Structured set of Design Patterns for Learners' Assessment

Abstract : In this paper we present a structured set of Design Patterns (DPs) that deals with tracking students while they solve problem in specific domains such as programming or mathematics. Our collection of 17 DPs yields a three step approach: First step: to collect and analyze information on each student for each exercise; Second step: to build a higher level view of one student's activity on a set of exercises; Third step: to build an overview of the whole class activity. To evaluate our DP set we investigate whether our DPs account for experiences from the literature as a first step toward a Pattern Language for Students’ Assessment.
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Elisabeth Delozanne, Françoise Le Calvez, Agathe Merceron, Jean-Marc Labat. A Structured set of Design Patterns for Learners' Assessment. Journal of Interactive Learning Research, Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, 2007, 18 (2), pp.309-333. ⟨hal-01174459⟩

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