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CS 398

Computational Education

  • Not Offered

4 units

Letter or Credit/No Credit

This course covers cutting-edge education algorithms used to model students, assess learning, and design widely deployable tools for open access education. The goal of the course is for you to be ready to lead your own computation education research project. Topics include knowledge tracing, generative grading, teachable agents, and challenges and opportunities implementing computational education in diverse contexts around the world. The course will consist of group and individual work and encourages creativity. Recommended: CS 142 and/or CS 221. Prerequisites: CS 106B and 109.

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