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This article presents a tool developed to follow up and to evaluate the student learning using Fuzzy model. This tool enable the coordination of Classroom mediated by technology (CMT) courses at University of State of Amazonas to elect the best teaching practices that allow the increasing of student's performance. The course coordinators will have a tool to support decision-making, assisting professors in the use of new methods. The learning environment is modeled using Fuzzy theory, based on parameters and rules selected by courses coordinators, teachers and pedagogical experts. Analysis of the environment to be modeled and of its requirements shows the parameters to be selected. In the CMT system the teacher has no direct contact with the student in the classroom, to ask direct questions, or even to look facial expressions to detect immediately the doubts of the student. For this reason, the system must monitor the students behavior as they perform different activities, that will be tracked by the system and used in the fuzzy modeling to evaluate individual performance as well as whole learning process. The paper presents the selected parameters, developed rules and the results of the fuzzy model for the evaluation in a real situation.