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Title: 
Econie: An inquisitive virtual tutee prompting student’s reflection in tutoring
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Intelligent tutee system
Reflective learning
Question asking strategies
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2009
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Paper presented at the 17th International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE 2009), Hong Kong, 30 November to 4 December 2009
Abstract: 
In peer tutoring settings, questions raised by the tutee can be important in enhancing tutor learning. This paper proposes Econie, an inquisitive virtual tutee environment from this perspective. It supports a student tutor to teach by constructing a qualitative map in the domain of economics, and to be guided into reflective tutoring interaction by virtual tutee question prompts. An evaluation that compares mid-tutoring and post-tutoring tutee question prompts is described. The preliminary results provide us some evidence that the simulated tutee questions may have positive effects on students' learning.
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