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The geometry proof tutor: An "intelligent" computer-based tutor in the classroom

The geometry proof tutor: An "intelligent" computer-based tutor in the classroom,R. Wertheimer

The geometry proof tutor: An "intelligent" computer-based tutor in the classroom   (Citations: 15)
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Published in 1990.
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    • ...Instructional strategies that customize instruction to learners’ specific needs have demonstrated positive learning outcomes, with under-achieving students often benefiting most [1]...

    Tamara Sumner. Customizing science instruction with educational digital libraries

    • ...MTTs have been fielded in a variety of domains including college-level physics Gertner et al.,[13], Shelby etal., [14], high school algebra Koedinger et al.,[3], Heffernan etal.,[15], Heffernan et al.,[16], geometry Anderson et al.,[17], Wertheimer et al.,[18] and computer programming Corbett et al.,[19], Corbett et al., [20], Corbett et al., [21]...

    M. Siddappaet al. Intelligent Tutor Generator for Intelligent Tutoring System

    • ...We have used these ITG’s to build constraintbased and model-tracing tutors for the statistical hypothesis testing problem [9]...
    • ...We have reported elsewhere on our comparison of the two paradigms [9]...
    • ...MTTs have been fielded in a variety of domains including college-level physics [6], [19], high school algebra [11], [8], [7], geometry [1], [23] and computer programming [2], [3], [4]...

    Viswanathan Kodaganalluret al. Tools for Building Intelligent Tutoring Systems

    • ...• Geometry (Anderson, Boyle & Yost, 1985; Wertheimer, 1990)...

    Viswanathan Kodaganalluret al. A Comparison of Model-Tracing and Constraint-Based Intelligent Tutorin...

    • ...This point was repeated in a Math Teacher article by one of the participating teachers in which Wertheimer (1990) emphasized that because the cognitive tutor was effectively engaging students he was more free to provide individualized assistance to students who needed it...
    • ...When providing feedback, PAT does not make a big deal out of errors, usually only implicitly "flagging" them using As Schofield et al. (1990), Wertheimer (1990), and many of our current teachers have observed, students do not feel the same social stigma when making errors on the computer as they do when making errors in class...
    • ...Following the observations of Schofield, Evans-Rhodes, & Huber (1990) and Wertheimer (1990), we have also observed the impact of the use of PAT on changes in classroom social and motivational processes...

    Kenneth R. Koedingeret al. Intelligent Cognitive Tutors as Modeling Tool and Instructional Model

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