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Intelligent Tutoring Systems and Learning Outcomes: Two Systematic Reviews

  title={Intelligent Tutoring Systems and Learning Outcomes: Two Systematic Reviews},
  author={Wenting Ma},
Learning to represent healthcare providers knowledge of neonatal emergency care: findings from a smartphone-based learning intervention targeting clinicians from LMICs
A Long Short-Term Memory neural network is trained for predicting learners' future performance and forgetting curves by feeding it sequence embeddings of learning task attempts from healthcare providers from Global South, and can help provide timely warning that helps support healthcare providers to reinforce their self-regulated learning. Expand
Development of an Arabic conversational intelligent tutoring system for education of children with autism spectrum disorder
Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are affected in different degrees in terms of their level of intellectual ability. Some people with Asperger syndrome or high functioning autism areExpand


The Relative Effectiveness of Human Tutoring, Intelligent Tutoring Systems, and Other Tutoring Systems
This article is a review of experiments comparing the effectiveness of human tutoring, computer tutoring, and no tutoring. “No tutoring” refers to instruction that teaches the same content withoutExpand
Modeling Domains and Students with Constraint-Based Modeling
  • A. Mitrovic
  • Computer Science
  • Advances in Intelligent Tutoring Systems
  • 2010
CBM is presented, its foundation and extensions, various types of instructional domains it was applied to, and avenues for future research are presented, to establish an established methodology for modeling instructional domains. Expand
The Impact of a Peer-Learning Agent Based on Pair Programming in a Programming Course
A model for determining students' programming abilities is developed that is more effective in helping learners to acquire programming skills and the developed agent system is demonstrated to have positive effects on knowledge retention and transfer in a programming course. Expand
Rules of the Mind
Production Systems and the ACT-R Theory and the Identical Elements Theory of Transfer. Expand
The 2 Sigma Problem: The Search for Methods of Group Instruction as Effective as One-to-One Tutoring
T w o University of Chicago doctoral students in education, Anania (1982, 1983) and Burke (1984), completed dissertations in which they compared student learning under the following three conditionsExpand
An Interview Reflection on “Intelligent Tutoring Goes to School in the Big City”
This study was one of the first large-scale classroom evaluations of the integrated use of an Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS) in high schools and showed that a new algebra curriculum with an embedded intelligent tutoring system dramatically enhanced high-school students’ learning. Expand
Report on artificial cognitive modelling and intelligent tutor: a Literature
  • 2014
A meta-analysis of the effectiveness of intelligent tutoring systems on K–12 students’ mathematical learning.
In this study, we meta-analyzed empirical research of the effectiveness of intelligent tutoring systems (ITS) on K–12 students’ mathematical learning. A total of 26 reports containing 34 independentExpand
The development and analysis of tutorial dialogues in AutoTutor Lite
An empirical method to create tutorial dialogues and fine-tune the calibration of BRCA Gist’s semantic processing engine without a team of computer scientists is described and a method to analyze the efficacy of the tutor's dialogues is developed. Expand
Fifteen years of constraint-based tutors: what we have achieved and where we are going
  • A. Mitrovic
  • Computer Science
  • User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction
  • 2011
The current research focuses on building affect-sensitive and motivational tutors, which has progressed from a theoretical idea to a mature, reliable and effective methodology for developing effective tutors. Expand