Teachers’ Opinions about Intelligent Tutoring System Prepared for Improving Problem Solving Skills of Students

  title={Teachers’ Opinions about Intelligent Tutoring System Prepared for Improving Problem Solving Skills of Students},
  author={Ali K{\"u}rşat Er{\"u}mit and V. Nabiyev},
The plenary aim of mathematics education is to bring in mathematical knowledge and skills that are required by daily life to the individual, to teach him problem solving and to bring in him a way of thinking that handles incidents including s problem-solving approach. For this reason, problem solving skills have an important place among the mathematical skills. That problem solving keeps an important place in the overall objectives of mathematics course has carried this issue to the centre of… Expand
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