Difference between revisions of "Help-seeking behavior"

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Help Seeking Behavior - the way in which students use available [[help facilities]] while managing their learning.  
 
Help Seeking Behavior - the way in which students use available [[help facilities]] while managing their learning.  
Help Seeking behavior is evaluated by the '''type''' of actions students take, and not necessarily their content. For example, while working with the Cognitive Tutor, students can do one of the following on-task actions:
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Help Seeking behavior is evaluated by the '''type''' of actions students take, and not necessarily its content. For example, while working with the Cognitive Tutor, students can do one of the following on-task actions:
 
- Attempt to solve
 
- Attempt to solve
 
- Ask for a hint
 
- Ask for a hint
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- Ask the teacher.
 
- Ask the teacher.
  
The way in which students choose what actions to perform is what defines their Help Seeking Behavior.  
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Help Seeking Behavior refers to the fashion in which students choose the actions they perform.
  
 
[[Category:Glossary]]
 
[[Category:Glossary]]
 
[[Category:Interactive Communication]]
 
[[Category:Interactive Communication]]
 
[[Category:Help Tutor]]
 
[[Category:Help Tutor]]
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[[Category:Help Lite]]

Latest revision as of 12:25, 31 March 2007

Help Seeking Behavior - the way in which students use available help facilities while managing their learning. Help Seeking behavior is evaluated by the type of actions students take, and not necessarily its content. For example, while working with the Cognitive Tutor, students can do one of the following on-task actions: - Attempt to solve - Ask for a hint - Use the glossary - Ask the teacher.

Help Seeking Behavior refers to the fashion in which students choose the actions they perform.