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The Behavior of Tutoring Systems

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The Behavior of Tutoring Systems
Tutoring systems are described as having two loops. The outer loop executes once for each task, where a task usually consists of solving a complex, multi-step problem. The inner loop executes once for each step taken by the student in the solution of a task. The inner loop can give feedback and hints on each step. The inner loop can also assess the student's evolving competence and update a student model, which is used by the outer loop to select a next task that is appropriate for the student. For those who know little about tutoring
Kurt VanLehn
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where AIEDU
Authors Kurt VanLehn
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