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Monitoring the Text Comprehension of Students for Profiling in ReTuDiS

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    Title: Monitoring the Text Comprehension of Students for Profiling in ReTuDiS
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    Date: 2016
    Publication type: Technical report
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    1. Personalized Learning
    2. Student Monitoring
    3. Student Profiling

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    1Technological Educational Institute of Athens Energy Technology Department

    Abstract

    This work describes the system specifications and requirements for monitoring a student’s behavior while participating in text comprehension activities within the Reflective Tutorial Dialogue System (ReTuDiS). Based on text comprehension theories, the system provides students with prior knowledge tests for thematic topics concerning technical texts in terms of a course. The purpose of the tests is to infer the initial cognitive profile of a student, decide on the appropriate personalized feedback and support in the form of text activities. This study explores how assessing the prior knowledge of a student will help the system estimate the educational needs and offer the appropriate text activity for personalized feedback and support.