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The AI Magazine
Introductory engineering courses within large universities often have annual enrollments which can reach up to a thousand students. It is very challenging to achieve differentiated instruction in classrooms with class sizes and student diversity of such great magnitude. Professors can only assess whether students have mastered a concept by using multiple choice questions, while detailed homework assignments, such as planar truss diagrams, are rarely assigned because professors and teachingdoi:10.1609/aimag.v34i1.2437 fatcat:wxa25yvt2ndernl5kbe6keak3u