Modeling Student Knowledge: Cognitive Tutors in High School and College

@article{Corbett2000ModelingSK,
  title={Modeling Student Knowledge: Cognitive Tutors in High School and College},
  author={Albert T. Corbett and Megan McLaughlin and K. Christine Scarpinatto},
  journal={User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction},
  year={2000},
  volume={10},
  pages={81-108}
}
This paper examines the role of adaptive student modeling in cognitive tutor research and dissemination. Cognitive tutorsTM are problem solving environments constructed around cognitive models of the knowledge students are acquiring. Over the past decade we in the Pittsburgh Advanced Cognitive Tutor (PACT) Center at Carnegie Mellon have been employing a cognitive programming tutor in university-based teaching and research, while simultaneously developing cognitive mathematics tutors that are… CONTINUE READING
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