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Existing methods for automating curriculum design have had limited impact over the past fifty years. I propose two ways to potentially get around this limitation: developing adaptive content selection policies that are robust to different conceptions of student learning and taking an orthogonal approach to automated curriculum design that uses learner-generated solutions to help students learn.dblp:conf/icls/Georgen18 fatcat:xaubiizn5bd4njdtyrb3wrmoei