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özge dışbudak

Cognitive Tutoring - 0 views

Hi all :), here, there is a little information about cognitve tuturing and some advantages and disadvantages of it

http:__www.powershow.com_view1_247bc5-ZDc1Z_Cognitive_Tutors_powerpoint_ppt_presentation tutoring cognitive

started by özge dışbudak on 04 Nov 14 no follow-up yet
deryasahin

What online tutoring programs can do for kids - 7 views

Here is a video that makes a summary of the advantages of online tutoring and how it is effective on learning. There are also interviews with the people who is using computer tutor and good example...

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mskaraca

How technology can help learning - 2 views

Hi I have a video on how technology can help learning. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0uAuonMXrg Shortly, it says, We must develop a pedagogy other than classic lecture based lessons

cognitive tutoring

started by mskaraca on 01 Nov 14 no follow-up yet
E.Yasin Çiftçi

Duolingo - 3 views

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    Hi, Duolingo is a good example of a intelligent language tutoring system and it is worth to check it out.
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    I agree with you Yasin :) I used it to learn Spanish. It is a really great program.
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    Thank you Yasin. I tried it in Spanish and liked it a lot. I will try it with my studs and see if it works on them.
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    I also liked and tried this to learn French a bit. I might have annoyed some people home by trying to pronounce some words hundreds times :)
Evrim Baran

Evaluation of an Intelligent Tutoring System in Pathology: Effects of External Represen... - 0 views

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    Here is an article on computer based tutoring and metacognition within the context of medical informatics.
ibrahim tanrikulu

Pos and Cons of Cognitive intelligent tutoring systems - 2 views

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    Naturally, there are some disadvantages of cognitive intelligent tutroring systems.
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    thank you for the source, I liked the way it's organized also, one pro and then one con :)
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    It pushed me to think about both pro and cons of it. Thank you İbrahim.
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    Thanks for the source:-) As far as I understood, some benefits of these programs are based on some assumptions. For instance, these programs assume that learners are autonomous. That's why they are mostly useful with adults. Or the expertise of the online tutor. The assumption behind is that they are better than the ones in the classroom. Therefore, each benefit brings its risks...
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    Thank you İbrahim, I think the con about distraction is very important (It requires more discipline, Your child would have to keep his focus on the screen without getting distracted by emails, IM's or Facebook.) Any ideas to prevent getting distracted?
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    For me it is important to be aware of that in foreign language instruction, the movement of your mouth can be really important in getting pronunciation right. That's harder to teach online. If the subject or homework assignment specifically requires the child to write on paper, it's much harder for an online tutor to read along with the student. So it works better for some subjects
ibrahim tanrikulu

Vitamin as a "Cognitive Tutoring tool" - 0 views

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    I think Vitamin is one of the best cogntive tools in Turkish. They have very comprehensive work online.
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    Thanks for sharing. Yet I have doubts whether we can call Vitamin as a Cognitive Tutoring Tool. I have just visited the site and checked it. Considering the part about principles and methods for cognitive tutor design on page 67, we see that in Cognitive Tutors the emphasis is on the structure underlying the problem solving, and there we see immediate feedbacks and also minimizing working memory load is important part of them. As I see, what is specific about the Cognitive Tutors is that they have algorithms tracing the learning process and directs it according to the learner's performance spontaneously. Observing Vitamin I see a nice online educational tool including videos, examples about the subject and tests. But still I have doubts whether it is a kind of cognitive tutor or an online education platform.
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    I am not sure if Vitamin is tracing the learner development. I will try to ask it to one of my friends eırking at Vitamin.
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    I agree with Halil, Vitamin is like distance education programs of Anatolian University. It offers videos presenting he topic and tests of the related subjects. Learners do not take immediate feedback which lead to the individualized progress in the program.
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