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Betty's Brain

Betty's Brain

In this application, students adopt a teaching role to help a virtual agent, Betty, learn about a complex phenomenon, such as climate change and thermoregulation. Students read about cause-and-effect relationships in a resource book and build a causal map to represent how different variables are related. Students receive feedback on their progress by asking Betty to take quizzes and chatting with the mentor agent, Mr. Davis.

In this application, students adopt a teaching role to help a virtual agent, Betty, learn about a complex phenomenon, such as climate change and thermoregulation. Students read about cause-and-effect relationships in a resource book and build a causal map to represent how different variables are related. Students receive feedback on their progress by asking Betty to take quizzes and chatting with the mentor agent, Mr. Davis.

Betty's Brain

Betty's Brain

In this application, students adopt a teaching role to help a virtual agent, Betty, learn about a complex phenomenon, such as climate change and thermoregulation. Students read about cause-and-effect relationships in a resource book and build a causal map to represent how different variables are related. Students receive feedback on their progress by asking Betty to take quizzes and chatting with the mentor agent, Mr. Davis.

In this application, students adopt a teaching role to help a virtual agent, Betty, learn about a complex phenomenon, such as climate change and thermoregulation. Students read about cause-and-effect relationships in a resource book and build a causal map to represent how different variables are related. Students receive feedback on their progress by asking Betty to take quizzes and chatting with the mentor agent, Mr. Davis.

Betty's Brain

Betty's Brain

In this application, students adopt a teaching role to help a virtual agent, Betty, learn about a complex phenomenon, such as climate change and thermoregulation. Students read about cause-and-effect relationships in a resource book and build a causal map to represent how different variables are related. Students receive feedback on their progress by asking Betty to take quizzes and chatting with the mentor agent, Mr. Davis.

In this application, students adopt a teaching role to help a virtual agent, Betty, learn about a complex phenomenon, such as climate change and thermoregulation. Students read about cause-and-effect relationships in a resource book and build a causal map to represent how different variables are related. Students receive feedback on their progress by asking Betty to take quizzes and chatting with the mentor agent, Mr. Davis.

What skills are taught and assessed in Betty's Brain?

Students learn and demonstrate causal reasoning skills by reading about complex phenomena and mapping how concepts are causally linked and self-regulated learning skills by accessing and using feedback thanks to Betty taking quizzes or in conversations with virtual agents.

Students learn and demonstrate causal reasoning skills by reading about complex phenomena and mapping how concepts are causally linked and self-regulated learning skills by accessing and using feedback thanks to Betty taking quizzes or in conversations with virtual agents.

Students learn and demonstrate causal reasoning skills by reading about complex phenomena and mapping how concepts are causally linked and self-regulated learning skills by accessing and using feedback thanks to Betty taking quizzes or in conversations with virtual agents.

Betty's Brain teacher guides

Part 1: Intro to Betty's Brain

Part 1: Intro to Betty's Brain

Part 1: Intro to Betty's Brain

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