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ITS
2010
Springer
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A Case-Based Reasoning Approach to Provide Adaptive Feedback in Microworlds
This paper presents a case-based reasoning (CBR) approach to provide adaptive support in microworlds. Interaction in microworlds is complex and unstructured, making the analysis of...
Sergio Gutiérrez Santos, Mihaela Cocea, Geo...
ITS
2010
Springer
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Showing the Positive Influence of Subliminal Cues on Learner's Performance and Intuition: An ERP Study
This paper presents results from an empirical study conducted with a novel subliminal teaching technique aimed at enhancing learners performance in an ITS. We replicated previous f...
Pierre Chalfoun, Claude Frasson
ITS
2010
Springer
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A Coordinate Geometry Learning Environment with Game-Like Properties
Mily's World is a learning environment for coordinate geometry that has game-like properties, that is, elements of games that are engaging such as cover story, graphical repre...
Dovan Rai, Joseph E. Beck, Neil T. Heffernan
ITS
2010
Springer
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An Interactive Learning Environment for Problem-Changing Exercise
: To make a new problem from the original one and to compare their solutions are promising activities to promote a learner to be aware of the structure of these problems. Especiall...
Tsukasa Hirashima, Sho Yamamoto, Hiromi Waki
ITS
2010
Springer
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Towards Intelligent Tutoring with Erroneous Examples: A Taxonomy of Decimal Misconceptions
In the mathematics domain of decimals, students have common and persistent misconceptions. These misconceptions have been identified, studied, and published by many researchers, sp...
Seiji Isotani, Bruce M. McLaren, Max Altman
ITS
2010
Springer
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Delivering Tutoring Feedback Using Persuasive Dialogues
We are developing a general argumentation framework for implementing tutoring feedback in the form of persuasive dialogues. The objective is to have an intelligent tutoring system ...
Amin Rahati, Froduald Kabanza
ITS
2010
Springer
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Persuasive Dialogues in an Intelligent Tutoring System for Medical Diagnosis
Being able to argue with a student to convince her or him about the rationale of tutoring hints is an important component of pedagogy. In this paper we present an argumentation fra...
Amin Rahati, Froduald Kabanza
ITS
2010
Springer
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Correcting Scientific Knowledge in a General-Purpose Ontology
General-purpose ontologies (e.g. WordNet) are convenient, but they are not always scientifically valid. We draw on techniques from semantic class learning to improve the scientific...
Michael Lipschultz, Diane J. Litman
ITS
2010
Springer
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Predictors of Transfer of Experimental Design Skills in Elementary and Middle School Children
A vital goal of instruction is to enable learners to transfer acquired knowledge to appropriate future situations. For elementary school children in middle-high-SES schools, “exp...
Stephanie Siler, David Klahr, Cressida Magaro, Kev...
ITS
2010
Springer
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Developing an Intelligent Tutoring System Using Natural Language for Knowledge Representation
Authoring the domain knowledge of an intelligent tutoring system (ITS) is a well-known problem, and an often-mentioned approach is to use authors who are domain experts. Unfortunat...
Sung-Young Jung, Kurt VanLehn
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