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This study uses Knowledge Engineering (KE) to develop an automated model of problem-solving strategy invention (PSSI) behavior (defined as inventing a new strategy for solving a math problem, outside of system-offered default strategies). The PSSI model identified the students inventing new strategies, and examined the relationship between PSSI behavior and existing fine-grained detectors of self-regulation. The findings suggest that students inventing new strategies to use for problems, are more likely to transform the information provided in the question, and to reason around the problem’s contextual information.

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Nasiar, N., Baker, R.S., Zou, Y., Zhang, J., Hutt, S. (2023). Modeling Problem-Solving Strategy Invention (PSSI) Behavior in an Online Math Environment. In: Wang, N., Rebolledo-Mendez, G., Dimitrova, V., Matsuda, N., Santos, O.C. (eds) Artificial Intelligence in Education. Posters and Late Breaking Results, Workshops and Tutorials, Industry and Innovation Tracks, Practitioners, Doctoral Consortium and Blue Sky. AIED 2023. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 1831. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-36336-8_70

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