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Intelligent Tutoring Systems
A Micarelli, J Stamper, K Panourgia – Springer
The 13th International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems, ITS 2016, was held in Zagreb, Croatia, during June 7–10, 2016. The theme of the conference was:“Adaptive Learning in Real World Contexts.” It stressed the need for devising learning systems that can

Effectiveness of intelligent tutoring systems: a meta-analytic review
JA Kulik, JD Fletcher – Review of Educational Research, 2016 – journals.sagepub.com
This review describes a meta-analysis of findings from 50 controlled evaluations of intelligent computer tutoring systems. The median effect of intelligent tutoring in the 50 evaluations was to raise test scores 0.66 standard deviations over conventional levels, or

ITSB: An Intelligent Tutoring System Authoring Tool
SSA Naser – 2016 – philpapers.org
Abstract. Intelligent Tutoring System Builder (ITSB) is an authoring tool designed and developed to aid teachers in constructing intelligent tutoring systems in a multidisciplinary fields. The teacher is needed to create a set of pedagogical fundamentals, which, in line, are

An Intelligent Tutoring System for Teaching Grammar English Tenses
MI Alhabbash, AO Mahdi, SSA Naser – 2016 – philpapers.org
Abstract The evolution of Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS) is the result of the amount of research in the field of education and artificial intelligence in recent years. English is the third most common languages in the world and also is the internationally dominant in the

Help helps, but only so much: Research on help seeking with intelligent tutoring systems
V Aleven, I Roll, BM McLaren, KR Koedinger – International Journal of …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract Help seeking is an important process in self-regulated learning (SRL). It may influence learning with intelligent tutoring systems (ITSs), because many ITSs provide help, often at the student’s request. The Help Tutor was a tutor agent that gave in-context, real-

An intelligent tutoring system for teaching advanced topics in information security
AO Mahdi, MI Alhabbash, SSA Naser – 2016 – philpapers.org
Abstract Recently there is an increasing technological development in intelligent tutoring systems. This field has become interesting to many researchers. In this paper, we present an intelligent tutoring system for teaching information security. This intelligent tutoring systems

Social Interaction with Intelligent Tutoring Systems: An Investigation of Power and Related Affect
K Roetzer – Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 2016 – Springer
Abstract. Social interaction has been stated as a key mechanism in teaching and learning, including tutoring situations. Humans tend to act socially towards computers, artificial systems, and agents. Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) incorporating a pedagogical agent

How to Present Example-Based Support Adaptively in Intelligent Tutoring Systems
X Chen, A Mitrovic, M Mathews – Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 2016 – Springer
Abstract. Previous research investigated the effectiveness of Problem Solving (PS), Worked Examples (WE) and Erroneous Examples (ErrEx) with different types of learners. However, there is still no agreement on what kind of learning support (in terms of different learning

Enhancing Student Modeling for Collaborative Intelligent Tutoring Systems
JK Olsen, V Aleven, N Rummel – Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 2016 – Springer
Abstract. This paper presents an extension of the Additive Factors Model to predict learning for students by accounting for aspects of collaboration. The results indicate that student performance is predicted more accurately when the model includes parameters that capture

Using Multi-channel Data to Assess, Understand, and Support Affect and Metacognition with Intelligent Tutoring Systems
M Taub, R Azevedo – Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 2016 – Springer
Research on self-regulated learning (SRL) has revealed that when students engage in cognitive, affective, metacognitive, and motivational (CAMM) processes, it can positively impact their learning, however, studies have also revealed that students do not typically

Toward Embodied Game-Based Intelligent Tutoring Systems
I Arroyo, Y Liu, N Wixon, S Schultz – Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 2016 – Springer
Abstract. We present a new architecture for the creation of embodied educational games, using wearable devices in the form of ‘Wearables’ for learning, which enable to do mathematics while being physically engaged with the environment. Wearables act as

Evaluation methods for intelligent tutoring systems revisited
J Greer, M Mark – International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract The 1993 paper in IJAIED on evaluation methods for Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) still holds up well today. Basic evaluation techniques described in that paper remain in use. Approaches such as kappa scores, simulated learners and learning curves are

Applying an online game-based formative assessment in a flowchart-based intelligent tutoring system for improving problem-solving skills
D Hooshyar, RB Ahmad, M Yousefi, M Fathi… – Computers & …, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITSs) have been producing consistent learning gains for decades. However, a common problem with these systems is maintaining student engagement without reducing the learning benefits. In order to balance the learning benefits

Simulation-based cryosurgery intelligent tutoring system prototype
A Sehrawat, R Keelan, K Shimada… – … in cancer research …, 2016 – journals.sagepub.com
As a part of an ongoing effort to develop computerized training tools for cryosurgery, the current study presents a proof of concept for a computerized tool for cryosurgery tutoring. The tutoring system lists geometrical constraints of cryoprobes placement, simulates

Subgroup discovery with user interaction data: An empirically guided approach to improving intelligent tutoring systems
EG Poitras, SP Lajoie, T Doleck, A Jarrell – Journal of Educational …, 2016 – JSTOR
ABSTRACT Learner modeling, a challenging and complex endeavor, is an important and oft-studied research theme in computer-supported education. From this perspective, Educational Data Mining (EDM) research has focused on modeling and comprehending

Stupid tutoring systems, intelligent humans
RS Baker – International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in …, 2016 – Springer
… Abstract. The initial vision for intelligent tutoring systems involved powerful, multi-faceted systems that would leverage rich models of students and pedagogies to create complex learning interactions. … The Initial Vision of Intelligent Tutoring Systems. …

The Eyes Have It: Gaze-based Detection of Mind Wandering during Learning with an Intelligent Tutoring System.
S Hutt, C Mills, S White, PJ Donnelly, SK D’Mello – EDM, 2016 – researchgate.net
ABSTRACT Mind wandering (MW) is a ubiquitous phenomenon characterized by an unintentional shift in attention from task-related to taskunrelated thoughts. MW is frequent during learning and negatively correlates with learning outcomes. Therefore, the next

An intelligent tutoring system for teaching the grammar of the Arabic language
MH Mahmoud, SHA El-Hamayed – Journal of Electrical Systems and …, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract In this research work, an Intelligent tutoring system (ITS) is presented to simulate the behavior of the educational process. Any intelligent tutoring system consists of a Tutoring Module, a question selector, an Expert Module, a student model, and a graphical user

Intelligent tutoring systems work as a math gap reducer in 6th grade after-school program
X Huang, SD Craig, J Xie, A Graesser, X Hu – Learning and Individual …, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract Achievement gaps have been long-lasting problems in mathematics education. Racial/ethnic gaps, gender gaps, and differences between school socioeconomic status are three well-known contributors to gaps in achievement. This study explored the effect of an

Intelligent tutoring systems, serious games, and the Generalized Intelligent Framework for Tutoring (GIFT)
AC Graesser, X Hu, B Nye… – Using games and …, 2016 – books.google.com
Many of us have had the vision of learners acquiring STEM subject matters by being immersed in motivating learning environments (such as games) that advance learners to new levels of mastery. Concepts in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and

Perceived task-difficulty recognition from log-file information for the use in adaptive intelligent tutoring systems
R Janning, C Schatten, L Schmidt-Thieme – International Journal of …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract Recognising students’ emotion, affect or cognition is a relatively young field and still a challenging task in the area of intelligent tutoring systems. There are several ways to use the output of these recognition tasks within the system. The approach most often mentioned

Adaptive structure metrics for automated feedback provision in intelligent tutoring systems
B Paassen, B Mokbel, B Hammer – Neurocomputing, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract Typical intelligent tutoring systems rely on detailed domain-knowledge which is hard to obtain and difficult to encode. As a data-driven alternative to explicit domain-knowledge, one can present learners with feedback based on similar existing solutions from

Understanding genetic breast cancer risk: Processing loci of the BRCA Gist intelligent tutoring system
CR Wolfe, VF Reyna, CL Widmer… – Learning and individual …, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract The BRCA Gist Intelligent Tutoring System helps women understand and make decisions about genetic testing for breast cancer risk. BRCA Gist is guided by Fuzzy-Trace Theory,(FTT) and built using AutoTutor LITE. It responds differently to participants depending

The differential effect of basic mathematics skills homework via a web-based intelligent tutoring system across achievement subgroups and mathematics domains: A …
D Bartelet, J Ghysels, W Groot… – Journal of …, 2016 – psycnet.apa.org
Abstract 1. This article examines an educational experiment with a unique combination of 3 elements: homework, the use of information and communication technology and a large degree of freedom of choice (student autonomy). More particularly, we study the

Increasing the Adaptivity of an Intelligent Tutoring System with Educational Data Mining: A System Overview.
I Jugo, B Kova?i?, V Slavuj – International Journal of …, 2016 – search.ebscohost.com
Abstract Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITSs) are inherently adaptive e-learning systems usually created for teaching well-defined domains (eg, mathematics). Their objective is to guide the student towards a predefined goal such as completing a lesson, task, or mastering

Adaptive exercise selection for an intelligent tutoring system
J Okpo – Proceedings of the 2016 Conference on User Modeling …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
1. INTRODUCTION Modern educational advances aim at adapting learning tasks to the needs of individual learners instead of using one predefined and fixed pattern of learning tasks [27]. Learn- ers differ in many characteristics such as their past perfor- mance, mental capacity

Architecting an intelligent tutoring system with an affective dialogue module
S Jiménez, R Juárez-Ramírez… – Software …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract: The use of Intelligent Tutoring Systems has become more common in autodidactic education. There is significant work about the integration of the dialogue and affective characteristics to these systems. However, this integration could complicate the Intelligent

Examining the {Potential} of {Personality}{Traits} and {Trait}{Emotions} to {Create}{Emotionally}-adaptive {Intelligent}{Tutoring}{Systems}
JM Harley, CK Carter, N Papaioannou… – User Modeling and …, 2016 – hal.archives-ouvertes.fr
The current study examined the relationships between learners'(N= 123) personality traits, the emotions they typically experience while studying (trait studying emotions), and the emotions they reported experiencing as a result of interacting with four pedagogical agents

Effects of prior knowledge in mathematics on learner-interface interactions in a learning-by-teaching intelligent tutoring system
RP Bringula, RS Basa, C Dela Cruz… – Journal of …, 2016 – journals.sagepub.com
This study attempted to determine the influence of prior knowledge in mathematics of students on learner-interface interactions in a learning-by-teaching intelligent tutoring system. One hundred thirty-nine high school students answered a pretest (ie, the prior

The effectiveness of argumentation in tutorial dialogues with an Intelligent Tutoring System for genetic risk of breast cancer
EM Cedillos-Whynott, CR Wolfe, CL Widmer… – Behavior research …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract BRCA Gist is an Intelligent Tutoring System that helps women understand issues related to genetic testing and breast cancer risk. In two laboratory experiments and a field experiment with community and web-based samples, an avatar asked 120 participants to

A semantic approach to intelligent and personal tutoring system
M Sette, L Tao, K Gai, N Jiang – Cyber Security and Cloud …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Intelligent tutoring systems are needed to improve the cyberlearning quality. One of the major difficulties is knowledge representation. … Index Terms—Custom relations, learning objects, knowledge representation, adaptive learning, intelligent tutoring systems …

STI-DICO: a web-based system for intelligent tutoring of dictionary skills
A Luccioni, R Nkambou, J Massardi… – Proceedings of the 25th …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
… com ABSTRACT In this paper, we describe an innovative project where Web technologies are exploited to develop an Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS) that uses a Learning Management System (LMS) as its learning interface. …

Collab-ChiQat: A Collaborative Remaking of a Computer Science Intelligent Tutoring System
R Harsley, N Green, B Di Eugenio, S Aditya… – Proceedings of the 19th …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
Abstract This paper focuses on the motivation, design, and initial prototype implementation of Collab-ChiQat. Collab-ChiQat is a collaborative reconceptualization of an existing intelligent tutoring system for Computer Science Education originally intended for one-to-

Beetle-Grow: An effective intelligent tutoring system for data collection
E Farrow, MO Dzikovska, JD Moore – Proceedings of the Third (2016) …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
Abstract We present the Beetle-Grow intelligent tutoring system, which combines active experimentation, self-explanation, and formative feedback using natural language interaction. It runs in a standard web browser and has a fresh, engaging design. The

Integrating Support for Collaboration in a Computer Science Intelligent Tutoring System
R Harsley, B Di Eugenio, N Green, D Fossati… – … on Intelligent Tutoring …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract Calls for widespread Computer Science (CS) education have been issued from the White House down and have been met with increased enrollment in CS undergraduate programs. Yet, these programs often suffer from high attrition rates. One successful

Why and How to Use Intelligent Tutoring Systems to Adapt MI-BCI Training to Each User
C Jeunet, B N’Kaoua, R N’Kambou… – 6th International BCI …, 2016 – hal.archives-ouvertes.fr
Introduction: While Mental Imagery based BCIs (MI-BCIs) are promising for many applications, their usability” out-of-the-lab” has been questioned due to their lack of reliability: literature reports that 15% to 30% of users cannot control such a technology, while

Multi-Modal Affective Computing Technology Design the Interaction between Computers and Human of Intelligent Tutoring Systems
SH Su, HCK Lin, CH Wang, ZC Huang – International Journal of …, 2016 – igi-global.com
Abstract In this paper, the authors are using emotion recognition in two ways: facial expression recognition and emotion recognition from text. Through this dual-mode operation, not only can strength the effects of recognition, but also increase the types of

Student V?ew On Web-Based Intelligent Tutoring Systems About Success And Retention of Physics Education
M Erdemir, ? ngeç Kandil, A Karac? – International Journal of …, 2016 – aircconline.com
ABSTRACT Purpose of this research is to determine the students’ point of view about web based intelligent tutoring system’s (WBITS) availability, effects on the success and contribution to learning about work, energy and conservation of energy topics. The system

Intelligent Authoring of Gamified Intelligent Tutoring System.
D Dermeval – UMAP (Extended Proceedings), 2016 – researchgate.net
ABSTRACT Intelligent Tutoring Systems can successfully complement and substitute other instructional models in many contexts. However, it is very common to students to become bored or disengaged using ITS. The inclusion of gamification capabilities (eg, level, points

Affective dialogue ontology for intelligent tutoring systems: human assessment approach
S Jiménez, R Juárez-Ramírez, VC Topete… – … on Advanced Intelligent …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract Researchers has focused on integrate the dialogue to learning systems, such as Intelligent Tutoring Systems. To date, the researchers have focused on make more intelligent, accuracy and faster this systems. However, they become cold. So, it is important

Methods to Improve the Field of Intelligent Tutoring Systems using Emotion-based Agents
M Roth – 2016 – smartech.gatech.edu
The aim of this paper is to review select current methods used in the field of Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) with respect to the use of emotion-based agents and how those systems interact with the learner to capture criti-cal data, store the data, and effectively

Are Pedagogical Agents’ External Regulation Effective in Fostering Learning with Intelligent Tutoring Systems?
R Azevedo, SA Martin, M Taub, NV Mudrick… – … on Intelligent Tutoring …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract In this study we tested whether external regulation provided by artificial pedagogical agents (PAs) was effective in facilitating learners’ self-regulated learning (SRL) and can therefore foster complex learning with a hypermedia-based intelligent tutoring

Effectiveness of Learning Style in Popularity of Personalized Mobile Intelligent Tutoring System from View of Learners
HM Ghadirli, M Rastgarpour, SM Hashemi… – Indian Journal of …, 2016 – 52.172.159.94
Objectives: Each learner shows unique behavior in educational environments to acquire knowledge and skills. It leads to form variant learning styles. Methods/Analysis: This paper develops a tutoring system called the Personalized Mobile Intelligent Tutoring System

The Challenges of Building Intelligent Tutoring Systems for Teams
D Bonner, S Gilbert, MC Dorneich… – Proceedings of the …, 2016 – journals.sagepub.com
Intelligent Tutoring Systems have been useful for individual instruction and training, but have not been widely created for teams, despite the widespread use of team training and learning in groups. This paper reviews two projects that developed team tutors: the Team Multiple

Analyzing learning concepts in intelligent tutoring systems.
K Günel, R Polat, M Kurt – Int. Arab J. Inf. Technol., 2016 – ccis2k.org
Abstract: The information that is increasing and changing rapidly at the present day, and the usage of computers in educational and instructional processes has become inevitable. With the rapid progress in technology, research gives more importance to integrate intelligent

Towards a learning analytics support for intelligent tutoring systems on MOOC platforms
D Baneres, S Caballé, R Clarisó – Complex, Intelligent, and …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract: Nowadays, many MOOC platforms have arisen to provide free knowledge. These platforms have a large catalog of courses for different specializations that progressively demand more specific learning resources and assessment methods to evaluate the

Using Bayesian Networks for Knowledge Representation and Evaluation in Intelligent Tutoring Systems
RN Alan, JR Reyes, MR Yobani… – New Advances in …, 2016 – books.google.com
Abstract. Assessing knowledge acquisition by the student is a main task of an Intelligent Tutoring System. Assessment is needed in order to adapt learning materials and activities to students capacities. To evaluate knowledge acquisition, different techniques can be used,

Is there a gender difference in interacting with intelligent tutoring system? Can Bayesian Knowledge Tracing and Learning Curve Analysis Models answer this …
L Zhuhadar, S Marklin, E Thrasher, MD Lytras – Computers in Human …, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract Multiple studies have been conducted on Project LISTEN, an intelligent tutoring system (ITS) used to analyze educational learning through case analysis of students’ interactions with ITS. Studies have defined the phenomenon by exploring ‘what happens

Execution Traces as a Powerful Data Representation for Intelligent Tutoring Systems for Programming.
B Paaßen, J Jensen, B Hammer – EDM, 2016 – educationaldatamining.org
ABSTRACT The first intelligent tutoring systems for computer programming have been proposed more than 30 years ago, mostly focusing on well defined programming tasks eg in the context of logic programming. Recent systems also teach complex programs, where

Intelligent tutoring systems for literacy: existing technologies and continuing challenges
EJ Jacovina, DS McNamara – Intelligent Tutoring Systems …, 2016 – 129.219.222.66
ABSTRACT In this chapter, we describe several intelligent tutoring systems (ITSs) designed to support student literacy through reading comprehension and writing instruction and practice. Although adaptive instruction can be a powerful tool in the literacy domain,

SITS: a solution-based intelligent tutoring system for students’ acquisition of problem-solving skills in computer programming
D Hooshyar, RB Ahmad, M Yousefi… – … in Education and …, 2016 – srhe.tandfonline.com
Abstract In learning systems and environment research, intelligent tutoring and personalisation are considered the two most important factors. An Intelligent Tutoring System can serve as an effective tool to improve problem-solving skills by simulating a

A solution-based intelligent tutoring system integrated with an online game-based formative assessment: development and evaluation
D Hooshyar, RB Ahmad, M Yousefi, M Fathi… – Educational Technology …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract Nowadays, intelligent tutoring systems are considered an effective research tool for learning systems and problem-solving skill improvement. Nonetheless, such individualized systems may cause students to lose learning motivation when interaction and timely

Non-intrusive assessment of learners’ prior knowledge in dialogue-based intelligent tutoring systems
V Rus, D ?tef?nescu – Smart Learning Environments, 2016 – Springer
Abstract Goal and Scope This article describes a study whose goal was to assess students’ prior knowledge level with respect to a target domain based solely on characteristics of the natural language interaction between students and conversational Intelligent Tutoring

Hybrid matrix factorization update for progress modeling in intelligent tutoring systems
C Schatten, L Schmidt-Thieme – International Conference on Computer …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract Intelligent Tutoring Systems often profit of intelligent components, which allow to personalize the proposed contents’ characteristics and sequence. Adaptive sequencing, in particular, requires either a detrimental data collection for users or extensive domain

Custom Feedback Selection for Intelligent Tutoring Systems in Ill-Defined Domains
SH Johnson – 2016 – era.library.ualberta.ca
Abstract Current medical imaging professional training uses an apprenticeship model with students following an established doctor and viewing their cases, in what is called a practicum. This posses an issue as students are limited to the cases available during their

An Approach that Support Multiple Linked Representations Within an Intelligent Tutoring System for Helping Students to Develop Skills on Designing Digital Circuits.
E de Barros Costa, HJB Rocha, RALV de Omena… – WorldCIST …, 2016 – books.google.com
Abstract. This paper proposes an approach that allows an exploration of three linked representations within a tutoring system for helping students in problem solving situations to develop skills on designing digital logic circuits. Specifically, we provide a learning

ITS Analyzers-Meta-Analysis Research on the Effectiveness of Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS) Products
V Rao, G Guin – 2016 – smartech.gatech.edu
Evaluation of intelligent tutoring systems (ITS) is an important area of research in current educational practices. There are many work has been done to analyse the effectiveness of various ITS products to aid student education. We focused on top 3 ITS products to compare

Context Data Learner Model for Classroom and Intelligent Tutoring Systems.
J Bicans – BIR Workshops, 2016 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
Abstract. Nowadays technological advancement enables multiple education scenarios, like online learning and technology enhanced classroom learning. Both of these scenarios share a common level of knowledge about the learner and his or her learning preferences.

Tutoring Process in Emotionally Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Tutoring Process in Emotionally Intelligent Tutoring Systems
S Petrovica – … and Mental Health: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools …, 2016 – igi-global.com
Abstract Research has shown that emotions can influence learning in situations when students have to analyze, reason, make conclusions, apply acquired knowledge, answer questions, solve tasks, and provide explanations. A number of research groups inspired by

Intelligent Tutoring Systems 7th International Conference Its 2004 Maceio Alagoas Brazil August 30 September 3 2004 Proceedings
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This commentary reconsiders the description and assessment of the design and implementation of German Tutor, an Intelligent Language Tutoring System (ILTS) for …
HU Hoppe, V Devedzic – International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in …, 2016 – infona.pl
… article. Help Helps, But Only So Much: Research on Help Seeking with Intelligent Tutoring Systems. … It may influence learning with intelligent tutoring systems (ITSs), because many ITSs provide help, often at the student’s request. …

Intelligent Tutoring Systems Third International Conference Its 96 Montreal Canada June 12 14
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INTELLIGENT TUTORING SYSTEMS-TRENDS ON DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND DEPLOYMENT
C Niculescu – The International Scientific Conference eLearning and …, 2016 – ceeol.com
Abstract: Intelligent tutoring systems (ITS) are computerized learning environments incorporating computational models in cognitive sciences, educational sciences, computational linguistics, artificial intelligence, mathematics and other areas. There is a

A Learners? Scaffolding Based Intelligent Tutoring System for Linear Simultaneous Equations
S Bhattacharya – researchgate.net
Learner’s scaffolding for Intelligent Tutoring Systems. The technique is applied to the domain of knowledge pertaining to school level linear simultaneous equations. This system with endow the learners specially the slow ones helping them clear out all the clouds of

Beetle-Grow: An Effective Intelligent Tutoring System to Support Conceptual Change
E Farrow, JD Moore – Proceedings of the Third (2016) ACM Conference …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
Abstract We will demonstrate the Beetle-Grow intelligent tutoring system, which combines active experimentation, self-explanation, and formative feedback using natural language interaction. It runs in a standard web browser and has a fresh, engaging design. The

Empirical Evaluation of Intelligent Tutoring Systems with Ontological Domain Knowledge Representation: A Case Study with Online Courses in Higher Education
A Grubiši?, S Stankov, B Žitko, S Tomaš… – Intelligent Tutoring …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract. We present results of empirical evaluation of intelligent tutoring systems (ITS) with ontological domain knowledge representation. This research was done as a first step in the process of developing a new model of intelligent tutoring system that will include all the

The Effect of Intelligent Tutoring Systems on Student Attitudes and Achievement
SA Smith – Studies in Teaching 2016 Research Digest, 2016 – researchgate.net
37 The Effect of Intelligent Tutoring Systems on Student Attitudes and Achievement by Sarah A. Smith with Leah McCoy Wake Forest University Department of Education June 2016 With the increase of technology within education, computer programs have been developed to meet

Integrating Support for Collaboration in a Computer Science Intelligent Tutoring System
S Acharya – Intelligent Tutoring Systems: 13th International …, 2016 – books.google.com
Abstract. Calls for widespread Computer Science (CS) education have been issued from the White House down and have been met with increased enrollment in CS undergraduate programs. Yet, these programs often suffer from high attrition rates. One successful

Are There Benefits of Using Multiple Pedagogical Agents to Support and Foster Self-Regulated Learning in an Intelligent Tutoring System?
SA Martin, R Azevedo, M Taub, NV Mudrick… – … on Intelligent Tutoring …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract This study examined the proportional learning gains attained by 165 college students as they learned about the human circulatory system over two sessions with the intelligent tutoring system, MetaTutor. Results indicated that learners in the prompt and

A Survey done on Intelligent Tutoring System: Practical Analysis of SQL Tutor
P Verma, B Pandey – 2016 – ijsrset.com
ABSTRACT An Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS) is a computer system that is used to tutor students in some domain of study. It is different from other educational systems as it uses knowledge to guide the teaching strategies. ITS tries to optimize the student’s mastery of

Embedding Intelligent Tutoring Systems in MOOCs and e-Learning Platforms
V Aleven, J Sewall, O Popescu, M Ringenberg… – … on Intelligent Tutoring …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract Intelligent tutoring systems (ITS) and MOOCs tend to have complementary pedagogical approaches, but their combination is rarely (if ever) seen. A key obstacle may be technical integration. We present a generalizable case study of extending ITS authoring

Design of intelligent tutoring system based on agent technology
Y LI, T FAN – Electronic Design Engineering, 2016 – en.cnki.com.cn
The establishment of intelligent tutoring system is a comprehensive subject which involves artificial intelligence, computer science, cognitive science, education science, psychology and behavior science. Based on the basic structure and operation principle of the Agent

Intelligent tutoring system for Database Normalization
N Mendjoge, AR Joshi… – … Control and automation …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract: A database is said to be efficient, if it performs operations like delete, update and insert in an unambiguous way. These operations can be performed efficiently by normalizing the database. By normalization, the tables in a database are organized in a well-structured

Intelligent Tutoring System using CBM
AA Ralegaonkar, SB Thorat, PK Butey – 2016 – ijsrset.com
ABSTRACT The Internet provides an infrastructure that supports unprecedented communication capabilities and collaboration opportunities. In the field of education, it supports collaboration between various domain experts and teachers in designing novel

Modelling Student Knowledge as a Latent Variable in Intelligent Tutoring Systems: A Comparison of Multiple Approaches
Q Tariq, A Kolchinski, R Davis – 2016 – cs229.stanford.edu
This paper describes an effort to model students’ changing knowledge state during skill acquisition using Bayesian Knowledge Tracing (BKT). For this purpose, the BKT Hidden Markov Model (HMM) which predicts the probability of correct application of a skill as a

A Personalized Intelligent Tutoring System of Primary Mathematics Based on Perl
B Song, Y Zhuo, X Li – International Conference in Swarm Intelligence, 2016 – Springer
Abstract With the popularity of Internet technology, it becomes more difficult for users to retrieve their needed information from so enormous information space. Thus the issue of information overload formed. To solve the problem, recommender system emerged. This

An Intelligent Tutoring System for Computer Numerical Control
Q Li – 2016 – oaktrust.library.tamu.edu
In recent years, the use of Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) in classrooms and communities has increased and they proved to be very effective. For the domain of Computer Numerical Control (CNC), however, existing approaches in ITS are not applicable or will not work well.

Adaptive Training of the Metacognitive Skill of Knowledge Monitoring in Intelligent Tutoring Systems
TR Kautzmann, T Carlotto, PA Jaques – … on Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 2016 – Springer
Abstract This paper investigates the effects of training the metacognitive skill of knowledge monitoring when metacognitive instruction is adapted to the characteristics of students in intelligent tutoring systems. An animated pedagogical agent that trains knowledge

Review of knowledge representation techniques for Intelligent Tutoring System
N Mendjoge, AR Joshi… – Computing for Sustainable …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract: A computer software that simulates a human tutor’s behavior is called as an Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS). The purpose of ITS is to help users to acquire knowledge and skills in the respective domain. ITS is able to learn as it interprets the responses from

A Computer-Aided Design Intelligent Tutoring System Teaching Strategic Flexibility
Y Hu, ME Taylor – researchgate.net
Abstract Taking a Computer-Aided Design (CAD) class is a prerequisite for Mechanical Engineering freshmen at many universities, including at Washington State University. The traditional way to learn CAD software is to follow examples and exercises in a textbook.

A Brief Overview of Logic-Muse, an Intelligent Tutoring System for Logical Reasoning Skills
C Kenfack, R Nkambou, S Robert, AAN Tato… – Intelligent Tutoring …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract. Learning logical reasoning is an important core activity in the field of education. The purpose of this paper is to present an overview of a web-based intelligent Tutoring system (ITS) called Logic-Muse for learning logical reasoning. Logic-Muse helps learners

Using a Knapsack Model to Optimize Continuous Building of a Hybrid Intelligent Tutoring System: Application to Information Technology Professionals
M Khemaja – International Journal of Human Capital and Information …, 2016 – igi-global.com
Abstract Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) provide an alternative to the traditional “one size fits all” approach. Their main aim is to adapt learning content, activities and paths to support learners. Meanwhile, during the last decades, advances in lightweight, portable devices and

A Web-Based Intelligent Tutoring System to Facilitate the Children’s Understanding of Animals’ Stories Through Keywords Extraction and Multimedia Elements
SA Elzeiny, JM Alja’am – International Journal of Computing & Information …, 2016 – ijcis.info
Abstract: Teaching children with intellectual challenges requires significant efforts to be done by the special education instructors. They needs to repeat each lesson several times and in different periods of times. They also need to simplify the meaning of each entity and

Implementation Factors and Outcomes for Intelligent Tutoring Systems: A Case Study of Time and Efficiency with Cognitive Tutor Algebra.
SE Fancsali, S Ritter, M Yudelson, M Sandbothe… – FLAIRS Conference, 2016 – aaai.org
Abstract While many expect that the use of advanced learning technologies like intelligent tutoring systems (ITSs) will substitute for human teaching and thus reduce the influence of teachers on student outcomes, studies consistently show that outcomes vary substantially

Teacher AICA: A Mobile-based Intelligent Tutoring System for Laws of Exponents
RP Bringula, JLG Belza, SP Belarmino… – Proceedings of the 14th …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
Abstract Computing exponents is one of the most difficult mathematical topics to learn by high school students. Motivated by this concern, a mobile-based intelligent tutoring system (ITS) is being developed to assist students in learning laws of exponents. In this paper, the

Comparing architectural styles for distributed expert knowledge modules in intelligent tutoring systems
G Teeuwen – 2016 – dspace.ou.nl
Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITSs) are computerized systems for learning-by-doing. These systems provide students with immediate and customized feedback on learning tasks. An ITS typically consists of several modules that are connected to each other. This research

Exploring users’ perceived activities in a sketch-based intelligent tutoring system through eye movement data
P Kaul, V Rajanna, T Hammond – … of the ACM Symposium on Applied …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
Abstract Intelligent tutoring systems (ITS) empower instructors to make teaching more engaging by providing a platform to tutor, deliver learning material, and to assess students’ progress. Despite the advantages, existing ITS do not automatically assess how students

Predicting Student Off-Task Behavior in an Intelligent Tutoring System through the Determination of Antecedents
JO Gabato, ES Tabanao – Philippine Information Technology Journal, 2016 – philjol.info
Abstract In this study, we aim to predict student off-task behavior in an Intelligent Tutoring System through the determination of antecedent actions and affective and behavioral states at a finegrained level across four time windows–10 minutes, 5 minutes, 2 minutes and 20

Affective and Behavioral Assessment for Adaptive Intelligent Tutoring Systems.
L Marco-Giménez, M Arevalillo-Herráez… – UMAP (Extended …, 2016 – ceur-ws.org
ABSTRACT Adaptive Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) aim at helping students going through the resolution of a given problem in a principled way according to the desired outcomes, the intrinsic capabilities of the student, and the particular context in which the

IMPROVING STUDENTS’SEIF-REGUIATION SKIIIS WITH AN INTELLIGENT TUTORING SYSTEM
IH Koondhar – 2016 – koha.isra.edu.pk
An Intelligent Tutoring System that aims to foster meta-cognitive skills during analogical problem solving, these skills help students to understand new technologies in different domains. These Systems require three different kinds of knowledge: the domain to be

Intelligent Tutoring System for Learning Graphics in CAD/CAM
J D?boli?š, J Grundspe??is – International Conference on Business …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract In the paper general tendencies of learning graphics in CAD/CAM are described in the aspects of evaluation of performance. The common problems in learning of such systems and tools, in knowledge assessment and in the efficiency and quality of usage of

A Stylus-Driven Intelligent Tutoring System for Music Education Instruction
L Barreto, P Taele, T Hammond – Revolutionizing Education with Digital Ink, 2016 – Springer
Abstract Inspiring musicians and non-musician hobbyists alike can enjoy various benefits from learning music theory beyond its importance in performing music itself. Such reasons include developing their mathematical abilities, improving their reading comprehension,

A Student-Directed Immersive Intelligent Tutoring System for Language Learning
JS Choi, JH Park – Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 2016 – Springer
Abstract. A self-directed immersive Intelligent Tutoring System is proposed for language learning in pursuit of maximal motivation in students. In this self-directed learning paradigm, the student is given a full freedom in selecting her own courses of learning experience

Considerations for Immersive Learning in Intelligent Tutoring Systems
AM Sinatra – International Conference on Augmented Cognition, 2016 – Springer
Abstract Research has examined the benefits and retractors of immersing the learner in an environment. Immersive computer-based training environments are costly to construct and may not always lead to significant learning or transfer benefits over other methods. The

STIG: A Generic Intelligent Tutoring System a Multi-agents Based Model
M Serrhini, A Dargham – Proceedings of the Mediterranean Conference on …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract In this paper is described the design of an intelligent tutoring system model based on multi-agents approach. The purpose is to create a simple—but generic—model that allows us to rapidly derivate an intelligent tutoring system. The model is designed by using

Framework of ontology extraction in efficiently deployed dynamic intelligent tutoring systems
RA Khamees, RS Prasad – Computational Intelligence and …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract: Recently all institutions are concentrating their efforts on deploying the efficient online learning mechanism with goal of saving time, costs, resources etc. The advantage is that it saves time, efforts and costs. Intelligent tutoring systems (ITSs) are one such online

SRECMATs-an intelligent tutoring system to deliver online materials for student revision
P Sajjacholapunt, M Joy – 2016 – wrap.warwick.ac.uk
The use of online course material is the approach adopted by most universities to support students’ revision, and teachers usually have the responsibility for designing or uploading online materials on their own course websites. However, some teachers might lack

Predictive Analytics for Determining Learning Outcomes in Intelligent Tutoring Systems
A Juneja, HG Kaur – 2016 – tudr.thapar.edu
Educational structure in general and the learning process specifically are heading for a rapid transformation. Computers and computer networks are becoming major sources of information for the present and future generations. The emergence of computers and

Biometrics technologies, intelligent library and tutoring system within the EURASIA project
A Vlasenko, D Amaratunga – Citeseer
… Abstract The aim of this paper is to study the contribution of the new technologies (Search Engine Rankings, Multi-variant Optional Module Design and Multiple Criteria Analysis; Voice Stress analysis, IRIS recognition) to Intelligent Library and Intelligent Tutoring Systems. …

The design and development of the dragoon intelligent tutoring system for model construction: lessons learned
K VanLehn, P Chaudhari, A Desai, J Feng, S Grover… – 2016 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
ABSTRACT This paper describes Dragoon, a simple intelligent tutoring system which teaches the construction of models of dynamic systems. Modeling is one of eight practices dictated in two new sets of educational standards in the USA, and Dragoon is one of the first

Design Recommendations for Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Volume 4-Domain Modeling
RA Sottilare, AC Graesser, X Hu, A Olney, B Nye… – 2016 – books.google.com
Design Recommendations for Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITSs) explores the impact of intelligent tutoring system design on education and training. Specifically, this volume examines “Domain Modeling”. The “Design Recommendations book series examines tools

Toward Non-intrusive Assessment in Dialogue-Based Intelligent Tutoring Systems
V Rus, D Stefanescu – State-of-the-Art and Future Directions of Smart …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract This paper describes a study whose goal was to assess students’ prior knowledge level with respect to a target domain based solely on characteristics of the natural language interaction between students and a state-of-the-art conversational ITS. We report results on

NEW DIRECTIONS FOR INTELLIGENT TUTORING SYSTEMS PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATO ADVANCED RESEARCH WORKSHOP O PDF
I TUTORING – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
New Directions For Intelligent Tutoring Systems Proceedings Of The Nato Advanced Research Workshop O new directions for intelligent tutoring systems proceedings of the nato advanced research workshop o are a great way to gain specifics of operating certain

Intelligent Tutoring System for learning English punctuation
L Kurup, A Joshi, N Shekhokar – … Communication Control and …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract: There are many challenges people face while learning and writing English. Learning the proper use of punctuation is challenging for people of all ages. Due to enormous breakthroughs in computer technology, there has been a huge interest in the

Applying graph sampling methods on student model initialization in intelligent tutoring systems
M Vištica, A Grubišic, B Žitko – The International Journal of …, 2016 – emeraldinsight.com
Purpose–In order to initialize a student model in intelligent tutoring systems, some form of initial knowledge test should be given to a student. Since the authors cannot include all domain knowledge in that initial test, a domain knowledge subset should be selected. The

Evaluating usability of brain signals for content adaptation in intelligent tutoring systems
A Zammouri, S Zrigui, AA Moussa – Information Science and …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract: Designing intelligent tutoring systems (ITS) requires appropriate assessment tools to ensure a good usability by learners. In this work we discuss the process of content adaptation in ITS. We study and assess the usability of a brain-activity-based approach to

Investigating Effects of Embedding Collaboration in an Intelligent Tutoring System for Elementary School Students
JK Olsen, N Rummel, V Aleven – 2016 – repository.isls.org
Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITSs) are beneficial for individual students learning in several domains, including mathematics where they have been used to support both secondary and elementary students. Collaborative learning may be beneficial to include in ITSs, particularly

An Evaluation Framework for Adaptive and Intelligent Tutoring Systems
T Lynch, I Ghergulescu – E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning …, 2016 – learntechlib.org
Abstract: Evaluation frameworks for adaptive and intelligent tutoring systems have largely focused on their prediction power or user experience. However, neither subjective or objective method alone is enough to assess all the properties of any given system, including

Knowledge Representation in Intelligent Tutoring System
A Ramírez-Noriega, R Juárez-Ramírez… – … on Advanced Intelligent …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract This study presents a compilation of techniques for Knowledge Representation (KR) in Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS). Shows pros and cons of each approach in order to use the proper technique according to the needs. Analyses literature related to ITS and KR

Minimizing Computing Costs of Policy Trees in a POMDP-based Intelligent Tutoring System
F Wang – International Conference on Computer Supported …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract Uncertainties exist in intelligent tutoring. The partially observable Markov decision process (POMDP) model may provide useful tools for handling uncertainties. The model may enable an intelligent tutoring system (ITS) to choose optimal actions when uncertainties

Fitting Spatial Ability into Intelligent Tutoring Systems Development.
A Mitrovic, M Grimley – Citeseer
Abstract. Building effective learning environments is an art that can only be perfected by a great deal of explorations involving the environments’ audience: the learners. This paper focuses on taking into account the learners’ spatial ability into the development of Intelligent

Tutor-Complete: An Educational Game and Intelligent Tutoring System for Languages and Automata
K Kjeer – 2016 – repository.wellesley.edu
Abstract Educational games and Intelligent Tutoring Systems have been shown to improve student learning outcomes by increasing engagement and providing individualized instruction. However, while introductory programming students frequently benefit from such

Enhanced Retention Performance Modeling for Intelligent Tutoring System
N Sharada, M Shashi, X Xiong – International Journal of …, 2016 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
ABSTRACT The aim of Personalized Adaptive Scheduling System is not only to maximize learning, but also to minimize the tendency to forget. Empirical studies from psychology and cognitive theory of memory indicate that repetition with gradually increasing spacing interval

Agent-Based Practices for an Intelligent Tutoring System Architecture
K Brawner, G Goodwin, R Sottilare – International Conference on …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract The Generalized Intelligent Framework for Tutoring (GIFT) project is partially an effort to standardize the systems and processes of intelligent tutoring systems. In addition to these efforts, there is emerging research in agent-driven systems. Agent-based systems

Intelligent Tutoring Systems: 13th International Conference, ITS 2016, Zagreb, Croatia, June 7-10, 2016. Proceedings
A Micarelli, J Stamper, K Panourgia – 2016 – books.google.com
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems, ITS 2016, held in Zagreb, Croatia, in June 2016. The 20 revised full papers, 32 short papers, 35 posters, and 7 young researchers’ track papers presented in

The architecture of Agent-Based Intelligent Tutoring System for the learning of software engineering Function Point Metrics
AA Rahman, M Abdullah… – Agent, Multi-Agent Systems …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract: The Agent-Based Intelligent Tutoring System is developed to fulfill the needs for effective tutorial tool that can be adapted to the needs and characteristics of software engineering students. Specifically, it is expected to help learners understand function point

Intelligent Tutoring System for Learning Digital Systems on MOOC Environments
D Baneres, J Saíz – Complex, Intelligent, and Software …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract: The number of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) has increased exponentially in the last years in all areas of knowledge. Some of these courses require that the learner has to acquire practical skills. This is a challenge for a MOOC since scalable new

Investigating Pre-Service Mathematics Teachers’ Innovation Awareness and Views Regarding Intelligent Tutoring Systems.
M Erdemir, SK Ingeç – Universal Journal of Educational Research, 2016 – ERIC
Abstract The purpose of this study is to identify pre-service primary mathematics teachers’ views regarding on Web-based Intelligent Tutoring Systems (WBITS) in relation to its usability and influence on teaching. A survey method was used. The study was conducted

Metamodel for personalized adaptation of pedagogical strategies using metacognition in Intelligent Tutoring Systems
MF Caro Piñeres – bdigital.unal.edu.co
Abstract: the modeling process of metacognitive functions in Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) is a difficult and time-consuming task. In particular when the integration of several metacognitive components, such as self-regulation and metamemory is needed.

Using Relation Algebra to generate feedback to students in an Intelligent Tutoring System for Business Rules
E Hageraats – 2016 – dspace.ou.nl
Intelligent Tutoring Systems are recognized as valuable aids in education. We investigate the possibilities of rule-based design and in particular relation algebra as means to generate feedback for students. The rule-based approach is compatible with constraint-based tutors:

Intelligent tutoring system authoring tools: the design characteristics
AAA Adenowo, BA Adenowo – International Journal of …, 2016 – inderscienceonline.com
Research effort geared towards the construction of useful intelligent tutoring systems (ITSs) is fast growing. Sound and well-designed authoring tools (or authoring systems) play (and will keep playing) significant roles in realising the dream of making available an inventory of

Recommending learning material in Intelligent Tutoring Systems
J Bernacki – Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie …, 2016 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
ABSTRACT: Nowadays, intelligent e-learning systems which can adapt to learner’s needs and preferences, became very popular. Many studies have demonstrated that such systems can increase the effects of learning. However, providing adaptability requires consideration

Task-based Example Miner for Intelligent Tutoring Systems
R Chaturvedi – 2016 – scholar.uwindsor.ca
Abstract Intelligent tutoring systems (ITS) aim to provide customized resources or feedback on a subject (commonly known as domain in ITS) to students in real-time, emulating the behavior of an actual teacher in a classroom. This thesis designs an ITS based on an

An Intelligent Tutoring System to Teach Task-Oriented Reading Skills to Young Adolescents
E Vidal-Abarca, MÁ Serrano, L Ramos… – … for Literacy Instruction, 2016 – books.google.com
This chapter presents an intelligent tutoring system called TuinLEC designed to teach basic taskoriented reading skills to young adolescents following the framework developed by the Program for International Students Assessment (PISA) to assess reading literacy skills.

Conceptual Model to Incorporate Serious Games Mechanics in Intelligent Tutoring Systems
H Mukhtar, AM Hussaan – European Conference on Games …, 2016 – search.proquest.com
Abstract Potential of Game Based learning is huge because people are already engaged in playing entertainment games and multiple intelligent tutors have been designed already for teaching various domains and topics. The Challenge is to develop a model to overcome and

Design adaptive learning system using metacognitive strategy path for learning in classroom and intelligent tutoring systems
K Agustianto, AE Permanasari… – AIP Conference …, 2016 – aip.scitation.org
Adaptive learning (AL) is a learning process focusing on students’ personality through of recommendation-based learning and inquiry-based learning. This research intends to create a system capable of giving AL recommendation in the form of learning path (LP) in

A flowchart-based intelligent tutoring system model to improve students’ problem-solving skills/Danial Hooshyar
H Danial – 2016 – studentsrepo.um.edu.my
Many students fail to succeed in programming courses or face difficulties. Lack of problem-solving skills is one of the most important factors contributing to this challenge. Several researchers believe that forming accurate mental models may yield improvement in novice

Knowledge Representation in Intelligent Tutoring System
Y Mart?nez-Ram?rez – Proceedings of the International …, 2016 – books.google.com
Abstract. This study presents a compilation of techniques for Knowledge Representation (KR) in Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS). Shows pros and cons of each approach in order to use the proper technique according to the needs. Analyses literature related to ITS and KR

Designing intelligent language tutoring system for learning Chinese characters
J Liu – 2016 – search.proquest.com
Abstract. The purposes of this research are to explore 1) the design and usability of the interface for an intelligent tutoring system for recognition of Chinese characters, 2) the pedagogical effectiveness of different forms of information presentation and feedback. …