Affective Tutoring System for Built Environment Management
A. Kaklauskas, A. Kuzminske, E.K. Zavadskas, A. Daniunas, G. Kaklauskas, M. Seniut, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania ; J. Raistenskis, Vilnius University, Lithuania ; A. Safonov, Moscow State Industrial University, Russian Federation ; R. Kliukas, A. Juozapaitis, A. Radzeviciene, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania ; R. Cerkauskiene, Vilnius University, Lithuania
Computers & Education Volume 82, Number 1, ISSN 0360-1315 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
There are quite a lot of researche performed in the world, which prove that interest, stress and learning productivity of a learner to a large extent determine study results. Moreover, learning emotionality, pleasurableness and attractiveness, which help to increase its efficiency, are stressed by various researchers. Researchers have noticed, that a student's interest, stress, learning productivity and academic achievement are quite closely related. Experts have noticed that in order to cause interest, increase learning productivity and maintain stress in a rational level of a learner it is necessary to constantly change the learning subject with regard to situational and individual interest. For this reason, an
Kaklauskas, A., Kuzminske, A., Zavadskas, E.K., Daniunas, A., Kaklauskas, G., Seniut, M., Raistenskis, J., Safonov, A., Kliukas, R., Juozapaitis, A., Radzeviciene, A. & Cerkauskiene, R. (2015). Affective Tutoring System for Built Environment Management. Computers & Education, 82(1), 202-216. Elsevier Ltd.