A Curriculum Planning Model for an Intelligent Tutoring System

@inproceedings{Cho1999ACP,
  title={A Curriculum Planning Model for an Intelligent Tutoring System},
  author={Byung-In Cho and Joel A. Michael and Allen A. Rovick and Martha W. Evens},
  booktitle={FLAIRS Conference},
  year={1999}
}
The previous version of our Intelli gent Tutoring System, Circsim-Tutor (CST) had only four procedures with no difference in diff iculty level. However, our new version has 83 procedures that are classified into five Content Categories, five Procedure Diff iculty Levels and four Procedure Description Levels. This variety requires Curriculum Planning. Sometimes students may know more than the system does about their abilit y. CST allows students to adjust the diff iculty of the next procedure… CONTINUE READING

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