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Cognitive Tools for Assessment and Learning in a High Information Flow Environment

Susanne P. Lajoie, Roger Azevedo, David M. Fleiszer
1998 Journal of educational computing research  
A cognitive task analysis approach was used to identify the cognitive components of clinical decision making of "expert" surgical nurses.  ...  A simulation-based intelligent tutoring system (ITS) was designed for nurses working in a Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU).  ...  We also acknowledge the solid work of the programmers, Wei Gu and Xiaoyan Zhao, Robert Bouchard a research assistant, and 3ulie Kinnon, our nursing expert, who has helped in all phases of this research  ... 
doi:10.2190/ltrw-br1g-b75l-3f65 fatcat:jk23g3jptre3he5yxkgme7l4gu

Symbiotic interactions between users and intelligent systems

J. Scholtz, M. Crosby
2004 37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2004. Proceedings of the  
Jodlowski and Doane look at intelligent tutoring systems and discuss their work on developing a tool that can be used for developing individual computational cognitive models for incorporation in these  ...  They propose a model to use in investigating instances where people receive advice from both other people and from computers in the process of making a decision.  ...  Jodlowski and Doane look at intelligent tutoring systems and discuss their work on developing a tool that can be used for developing individual computational cognitive models for incorporation in these  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2004.1265324 dblp:conf/hicss/ScholtzC04 fatcat:qwossxnuuvgkpnsalncjkn5pcq

Page 334 of Machine-Mediated Learning Vol. 2, Issue 4 [page]

1987 Machine-Mediated Learning  
The tutor makes diagnostic decisions based on statistical inferences concerning the types of errors individuals make.  ...  Much of the work in automated cognitive diagnosis has been done in the context of developing intelligent tutoring systems [5-7].  ... 

Page 635 of Behavior Research Methods Vol. 45, Issue 3 [page]

2013 Behavior Research Methods  
A theory of medical decision making and health: Fuzzy trace theory. Medical Decision Making 28, 850-865. Reyna, V. F. (2008b).  ...  Theories of medical decision making and health: An evidence-based approach. Medical Decision Mak¬ ing, 28, 829-833. Reyna, V. F. (2012).  ... 

Page 517 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 81, Issue 2 [page]

1994 Psychological Abstracts  
for effort savings « Studying contingent decisions: An integrated method- ology « Production systems as models of decision strategies « Constructive processes in decision making * When may adap- tivity  ...  TABLE OF CONTENTS (Abbreviated) Preface « Adaptive decision behavior: An introduction « Contin- gencies in decision making « Decision strategies » Decision prob- lem characteristics: Task effects » Decision  ... 

Collaborative scaffolding in synchronous environment: congruity and antagonism of tutor/student facilitation acts

Kai Pata, Tago Sarapuu, Raymond Archee
2005 International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning  
We propose to broaden the scaffolding debate in collaborative teams towards the areas of students' shared metacognitive and cognitive grounding acts.  ...  We asked the question, whether there emerges the collaborative scaffolding situation in teams and how does tutor influence the peer scaffolding.  ...  The discourse in teams was recorded by the system and transcribed.  ... 
dblp:conf/cscl/PataSA05 fatcat:l2ipu2hpufbylksrba6qfe2nm4

Modeling Tutoring Knowledge [chapter]

Jacqueline Bourdeau, Monique Grandbastien
2010 Studies in Computational Intelligence  
This chapter introduces Part II on modeling tutoring knowledge in ITS research.  ...  We then analyze tutoring in the context of ITSs, as well as its functions and variables. We lastly attempt to understand better why tutoring is the foundation of ITS research.  ...  This latest development has added to the complexity of computing the learner's states (cognitive, meta-cognitive, and affective) and reasoning abilities in order to make optimal tutoring decisions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-14363-2_7 fatcat:o2rxayb2gzdfxdlgkld5nj7y74

Survey of Expert Systems and the Cognitive Approaches towards an Effective Tutoring System

D.K. Chaturvedi, Atul Prakash
2015 International Journal of Computer Applications  
It talks about the flaws and designing issues that may occur in designing the expert tutoring system, and also suggests the cognitive approach for building a robust tutoring system.  ...  It describes the ill defined domains, case based reasoning, and the system approach for the designing of a cognitive tutoring system.  ...  Cognitive approach To be an intelligent system only few abilities like recognition and decision making is required. But to perform better in the real world environment, or to be a cognitive system.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2015907372 fatcat:onrvc4r3lzb6fnjhp2cfxhauaa

Affective Pedagogical Agent in E-Learning Environment: A Reflective Analysis

Atasi Mohanty
2016 Creative Education  
Researchers have claimed that emotions play a vital role in perception, learning, decision making, rational thinking and other cognitive functions.  ...  In educational research the relationship between affect/emotion and performance on cognitive tasks is well documented in both the neuroscience and psychology literatures.  ...  in decision-making (Isen, 1999; .  ... 
doi:10.4236/ce.2016.74061 fatcat:g55jkbasujhspj3g4u46b672bi

Modeling Students' Metacognitive Errors in Two Intelligent Tutoring Systems [chapter]

Ido Roll, Ryan S. Baker, Vincent Aleven, Bruce M. McLaren, Kenneth R. Koedinger
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Intelligent tutoring systems help students acquire cognitive skills by tracing students' knowledge and providing relevant feedback.  ...  However, feedback that focuses only on the cognitive level might not be optimal -errors are often the result of inappropriate metacognitive decisions.  ...  Metacognition in Intelligent Tutoring Systems Intelligent tutoring systems offer support and guidance to learners attempting to master a cognitive skill [7, 11] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/11527886_48 fatcat:d73w5oygjbbkfmqwxiuvmpbghe

DESIGN OF THE PEDAGOGICAL MODULE FOR AN EMOTIONALLY INTELLIGENT TUTORING SYSTEM / PEDAGOGINIO MODULIO EMOCIJAS SUPRANTANČIAI MOKYMO SISTEMAI KŪRIMAS

Sintija Petrovica
2014 Mokslas: Lietuvos Ateitis  
The architecture of the planned tutoring system that adapts the tutoring bothto student's emotions and knowledge is also described in the paper.  ...  This has led to creation of a new generation of intelligent tutoring systems – emotionally intelligent tutoring systems(EITS).  ...  memorizing, decision-making, etc.  ... 
doi:10.3846/mla.2014.18 fatcat:tmt7vxtscncdhalvpkahxa66di

Intelligent Tutoring Systems: A Comprehensive Historical Survey with Recent Developments

Ali Alkhatlan, Jugal Kalita
2019 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Finally, recent innovative ideas in ITS systems are presented. This paper concludes with some of the author's views regarding future work in the field of intelligent tutoring systems. General Terms  ...  This paper provides interested beginners with an updated and detailed introduction to the field of Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS).  ...  Decision Making in Cognitive Tutor and Constraint Based Systems.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2019918451 fatcat:4dttig4gpjfzheipizywfkleji

Intelligent Tutoring Systems: A Comprehensive Historical Survey with Recent Developments [article]

Ali Alkhatlan, Jugal Kalita
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Finally, recent innovative ideas in ITS systems are presented. This paper concludes with some of the author's views regarding future work in the field of intelligent tutoring systems.  ...  This paper provides interested beginners with an updated and detailed introduction to the field of Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS).  ...  The overlay model was invented in 1976 by Stansfield, Carr and Goldstein. Making in Cognitive Tutor and Constraint Based Systems.  ... 
arXiv:1812.09628v1 fatcat:ww7ar4uqxfdihkbcoskuiyidzi

Metacognitive scaffolds improve self-judgments of accuracy in a medical intelligent tutoring system

Reza Feyzi-Behnagh, Roger Azevedo, Elizabeth Legowski, Kayse Reitmeyer, Eugene Tseytlin, Rebecca S. Crowley
2013 Instructional Science  
The results suggested that presenting participants with their diagnostic decision paths and highlighting correct and incorrect paths helps them to become more metacognitively accurate in their confidence  ...  More importantly, participants in the Considering Alternatives condition outperformed those in the Playback condition in the accuracy of their confidence judgments and the discrimination of the correctness  ...  SpaceTree was provided in collaboration with the Human-Computer Interaction Lab (HCIL) at the University of Maryland, College Park.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11251-013-9275-4 pmid:24532850 pmcid:PMC3923630 fatcat:zhi4mvhqircuheweja7y7xxsk4

Cognitive Tutors as Research Platforms: Extending an Established Tutoring System for Collaborative and Metacognitive Experimentation [chapter]

Erin Walker, Kenneth Koedinger, Bruce McLaren, Nikol Rummel
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We detail our efforts to extend a cognitive tutor and evaluate our progress in terms of flexibility, control, and practicality.  ...  Cognitive tutors have been shown to increase student learning in long-term classroom studies but would become even more effective if they provided collaborative support and metacognitive tutoring.  ...  The final decision in component separation is whether to give the tool knowledge about tutoring.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11774303_21 fatcat:2ame6a7c5zfobk4t2hp4tv6y34
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