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Towards a model of how learners process feedback: A deeper look at learning

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Drawing on a literature review from cognitive psychology, neuroscience and education, this research article describes a Learner Processing of Feedback in Intelligent Learning Environments model of how learners process feedback. It presents findings from a pilot study as a preliminary test of the model. Seventeen learners participated in an experiment using the intelligent learning environment known as Crystal Island. A range of data was collected, including a pre-test measuring prior knowledge, think-alouds, log data, video recordings, biometrics and post-task questionnaires. The authors discuss these findings and steps forward to further validate the model using physiological measures.


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