A Unifying Computational Framework for Teaching and Active Learning

Topics in Cognitive Science 11 (2):316-337 (2019)
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Abstract

According to rational pedagogy models, learners take into account the way in which teachers generate evidence, and teachers take into account the way in which learners assimilate that evidence. The authors develop a framework for integrating rational pedagogy into models of active exploration, in which agents can take actions to influence the evidence they gather from the environment. The key idea is that a single agent can be both teacher and learner.

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