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Most literature has shown that online peer assessment could improve students' learning in programming. However, how to help them reflect more detail about their knowledge and difficulties is challenge. Learner models can represent students' state in the learning process. Therefore, the study explores the design and implementation of learner models in online peer assessment to help students reflect their learning. A conceptual framework of learner model is proposed, which analyzes the learning process from two dimensions. The two-dimension learner model is open to not only students themselves but also peers. The results hope to advance the theoretical study and the application to opening the learner model to support learning programming.