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Implementing Motivational Features in Reactive Blended Learning: Application to an Introductory Control Engineering Course

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ABSTRACT:

This paper presents a significant advance in a reactive blended learning methodology applied to an introductory control engineering course. This proposal was based on the inclusion of a reactive element (a fuzzy-logic-based controller) designed to regulate the workload for each student according to his/her activity and performance. The contribution of this proposal stands on the inclusion of elements related to motivational factors in the students. Student motivation has been widely identified as a key factor for the academic success of every teaching-learning activity.


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