Exploring Case Specificity in Medical Students’ Clinical Reasoning

ID: 51574 Type: Virtual Paper
  1. Tenzin Doleck, McGill University, Canada
  2. Eric Poitras, University of Utah, United States
  3. Susanne Lajoie, McGill University, Canada

Abstract: Advances in educational technology have provided various promising solutions for yielding useful insights about learning from learner-system interaction data Previous research has suggested the existence of case-specificity in clinical reasoning (Doleck, Jarrell, Poitras, Chaouachi, & Lajoie, 2016; Fitzgerald et al, 1994) Thus, in the present study we examine the data streams generated by learners’ interactions with a medical learning system called BioWorld, to detect such a phenomenon


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