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

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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