Min Kyu Kim, Ph.D., has an article published for the Journal of Educational Technology Research & Development (ETRD).
The article is titled “Using graph centrality as a global index to assess students’ mental model structure development during summary writing.” Here Kim answers questions about his work.
How does this publication help with your research goals and/or interests?
“This study is related to my ongoing developmental project, SMART, attempting to create a better computation model to assess changes in human mental models through learning and instruction.”
Can you summarize your topic?
“This study used indices from Student Mental Model Analyzer for Research and Teaching (SMART) to explore the potential of a global index, Graph Centrality (GC), as a measure to describe mental model structure and its relation to the quality of student summaries.”
Are there other people to be credited?
Kathryn Soo McCarthy, assistant professor for Learning Sciences is the second author.