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Velimir Graorkoski , Ana Madevska-Bogdanova and Marjan Gusev


According to the new definition of the learning components in the advanced adaptive learning in comparison with the basic adaptive learning, the process of learning is different and closely related to the human learner. In order to demonstrate the key improvements, we present the developed model reflecting the dyslexia state of a human and its behavior in the adaptive learning environment. Although not all dyslexia symptoms are covered, the model helps understanding the purpose of these learning environments for subjects with learning disabilities.


basic adaptive learning - BAL, partial learning - PL, blank concept - BC, advanced adaptive learning - AAL, adaptive learning environment - ALE, adapted learning environment - IALE, learning mechanism - LM, in concept - IC, test set - TS