The Effect of Adaptive Learning Style Scenarios on Learning Achievements

Danail Bozhilov, Krassen Stefanov, Slavi Stoyanov

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    The study compares three adaptive learning style scenarios, namely matching, compensating and monitoring. Matching and compensating scenarios operate on a design-time mode, while monitoring applies a run-time adaptation mode. In addition, the study investigates the role of pre-assessment and embedded adaptation controls. To measure the effectiveness of different adaptive scenarios, a software application serving as a test-bed. was developed. An experimental study indicated that the monitoring adaptation led to higher learning achievements when compared to matching and compensating adaptation, although no significant effect was found.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 10 Jun 2009


    • adaptive learning
    • learning style
    • adaptive software applications


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