Beyond Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Situations, Interactions, Processes and Affordances
ISAIJLS Volume 30, Number 1, ISSN 0020-4277
Presents an architecture of an intelligent system to support learning that is able to address the issues that arise from constructivist theories of learning in a way that, rather than opposing to the standard intelligent tutoring system architecture, characterizes a broader view in all its components which can be appropriately attuned to address the issues of particular philosophies. (AEF)
Akhras, F.N. & Self, J.A. (2002). Beyond Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Situations, Interactions, Processes and Affordances. Instructional Science: An International Journal of the Learning Sciences, 30(1), 1-30.
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