Evaluating the effectiveness of feedback in SQL-Tutor (2000)
AuthorsMitrovic, A., Martin, B.show all
We present an evaluation of various kinds of feedback in SQL-Tutor. Our initial hypothesis was that low-level feedback, containing all the details of a correct solution would be contra-productive, and that high-level feedback referring to the general principles of the domain that the student’s solution violates would be highly effective. The evaluation study performed in 1999 confirmed our hypothesis.
CitationMitrovic, A., Martin, B. (2000) Evaluating the effectiveness of feedback in SQL-Tutor. Palmerston North, New Zealand: Proceedings of International Workshop on Advanced Learning Technologies (IWALT), 4-6 Dec 2000. 143-144.
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