Design Recommendations for Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Volume 5 Assessment Methods
[Technical Report, Book Chapter]
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELESARMY RESEARCH LAB ADELPHI MD
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It is generally accepted that an ITS has four major components Elson-Cook, 1993 Nkambou, Mizoguchi and Bourdeau, 2010 Graesser, Conley and Olney, 2012 Psotka and Mutter, 2008 Sleeman and Brown, 1982VanLehn, 2006 Woolf, 2009 the domain model, the student model, the tutoring model, and the userinterface model. GIFT similarly adopts this four-part distinction, but with slightly different corresponding labels domain module, learner module, pedagogical module, and tutor-user interface and the addition of the sensor module, which can be viewed as an expansion of the user interface.