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Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education

1995 Volume 6, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Monitoring Computer-Based Collaborative Problem Solving

    Margaret M. McManus & Robert M. Aiken

    Undergraduate students used an intelligent collaborative learning system with the Jigsaw method of cooperative learning, and were monitored by the group leader as they developed algorithmic... More

    pp. 307-36

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  2. Implementation of Motivational Tactics in Tutoring Systems

    Teresa Del Soldato & Benedict Du Boulay

    Discusses motivation-based tactics and contrasts them with instruction based on student's assumed state of knowledge. Describes an intelligent tutoring system, MORE (MOtivational REactive plan),... More

    pp. 337-78

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  3. On the Effectiveness of a Neural Network for Adaptive External Pacing

    Ali R. Montazemi & Feng Wang

    Proposes a neural network model for an intelligent tutoring system featuring adaptive external control of student pacing. An experiment was conducted, and students using adaptive external pacing... More

    pp. 379-404

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  4. STEPS: A Simulated, Tutorable Physics Student

    Sigalit Ur & Kurt VanLehn

    Describes a simulated student that learns by interacting with a human tutor. Tests suggest that simulated students, when developed past the prototype stage, could be valuable for training human... More

    pp. 405-37

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