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ibrahim tanrikulu

Vitamin as a "Cognitive Cognitive 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 Cognitive 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.
Evrim Baran

Results (page 1): cognitive cognitive - 0 views

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    ACM library has so many article, publications and resources on cognitive cognitive and intelligent cognitive systems. If you are interested, you can check more here. Also METU has the subscription to ACM.
Defne Kara

Views on Cognitive Cognitive in Carneige Learning Centre - 0 views

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    The site gives an overview of Cognitive Cognitive experiences of K-12 Education teachers and students in Carneige Learning Centre. They talk about the benefits and so.
ibrahim tanrikulu

Pos and Cons of Cognitive intelligent Cognitive 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
Hatice Çilsalar

Pittsburgh Advanced Cognitive Tutor Center - 0 views

shared by Hatice Çilsalar on 10 Nov 13 - Cached
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    A center for cognitive tutor program. The definition from the website: "Our research focuses on the development of cognitive Tutors -- instructional systems that support guided learning-by-doing. Drawing from the disciplines of artificial intelligence, cognitive psychology and human computer interaction, we develop systems that provide individualized assistance to students as they work on challenging real-world problems in complex domains such as computer programming, algebra and geometry. Individualized guidance is made possible using detailed computational models of skills and misconceptions underlying a learning domain."
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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Pınar Mercan Küçükakın

Cognitive Tutor students demonstrate lower failure rates than standard algebra curriculum students. - 1 views

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    Pınar, I think Carnegie Learning "Success Stories" page does not provide the information whether the research group uses the tutoring system as additional or supportive on top of the control group's traditional lesson content. So if the research group only used the tutoring system then it is a significant result.
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    I think it was a supportive program because in the report it was stated that the Cognitive Tutor Algebra I curriculum consisted of classroom instruction, software sessions, and text. However, the information provided in the report is not sufficient to make an evaluation of the program, other variables might have influenced the results.
Halil Han AKTAŞ

Carnegie Cognitive Tutor - 4 views

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    Here is a video showing how a tutor works
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    Thank you for the example video, I really liked the idea of green bars as skills visually moving up and down. Do the instructor enter these skills?
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    Actually the skills are predetermined and while learners study the tutors monitor their performance and learning by the help of some algorithms called model tracing and knowledge tracing. So according to the learner's performence the tutor changes the expected skills
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    Ok, thank you :) I thought if a teacher is using this tool for example, s/he can enter some skills beforehand.
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    Thank you Halil, it's a very good example. And Canan mentioned a good point but I have a question: If we use these kind of systems, do we need empty tools for teachers which they can fill for their own instructional purposes or do we need a complete environment which teachers will just use?
Burcu Korkusuz

Meta-Cognitive Cognitive - 0 views

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    The article from International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education focuses on the hypothesis that an intelligent tutoring system that provides guidance with respect to students'meta-tutoring abilities can help them to become better learners.
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    I think the research design they follow is detailed, there is development of a model and then validation of it over time. I have checked one of the authors' recent publications and realized that he has researches on self-regulation during learning ,example-tracing tutors, interesting concepts to examine.
afranur

Dyned - 2 views

shared by afranur on 09 Nov 13 - No Cached
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    Mostly probably all of you are familiar with Dyned. It is an interactive software for learning English and it is a quite good innovation in the field of computer assisted language learning. It is tired to be used in the public schools and Turkish Ministry of Education supports this.
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    I used Dyned in my classes for years or I shoud say I tried to use it:) It is really hard to use technology in public schools and also Dyned is a problematic program in terms of various aspects. However, it was really surprising that all the students were eager to login in the system and use Dyned. I really wonder whether it would make any difference in student achievement if Dyned was used in schools properly.
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    We have a similar program in my workplace, "Azarinteractive". However, students are extra demotivated to use it though they have chance to practice listening and so forth. I think you are lucky Pınar, to have eager students to use such a tool. :)))
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    So perhaps, "motivation" is an important issue to consider with cognitive tutors. Let's cover some of the motivational aspects of cognitive tutors and intelligent cognitive systems in class.
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    I think when sts are first introduced with such programs, they display high motivation. They are eager to find the secrets of the program. However, as time passes and as they get used to the style of the program, their motivation decreases since there are no secrets anymore. Therefore, in my opinion, to keep their motivation at its highest level, each module (if it's modular) should introduce new ways of learning.
anonymous

The machines are taking over - 0 views

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    An article about computerized tutoring (NYT 2012)
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    "Teacher gestured, pointed, made eye contact, modulated her voice." some of the missing elements in cognitive cognitive systems.
Ezgi Hazal KÖK

The Report on Cognitive Tutor - 0 views

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    Here is the website which has the full report on Carnegie Learning Curricula and Cognitive Tutor.
Hatice Çilsalar

Carnegie Cognitive Tutor Screencast - 0 views

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    An application of the cognitive cognitive system.
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    I checked this software and it is really interactive and feedbacks are meaningfull. I also like the idea of Skillometer where students can follow their process and realize where they stand in spesific content.
özge dışbudak

Cognitive Cognitive - 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
canannn

Example presentation on intelligent tutors - 0 views

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    The slides are said to be adapted from Kenneth Koedinger's presentation. Sldies summarizing some principles and examples for us.
Hatice Çilsalar

CAT-Computer assisted testing - 0 views

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    This testing is depend on ıtem response theory(IRT) that is about to measure students ability to ask questions by considering the previous answers. It is highly related to cognitive cognitive. At they point cognitive goes on during the testing process.
leventmetu

Multimodal Affect Recognition in Intelligent Tutoring Systems - 1 views

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    In human-interaction, 55% of affective information is carried by the body whilst 38% by the voice tone and volume, and only 7% person by the words spoken [1]. Ekman [2] further suggests that non-verbal behaviours are the primary vehicles for expressing emotion. With the availability of computational power, and great advances in the fields of computer vision and speech recognition, it is now possible to create systems that can detect facial expressions, gestures and body postures from video and audio feed. Furthermore, systems that can integrate different modalities can offer powerful and much more pleasant computer experiences as they would be embracing users' natural behaviour.
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    In the paper it says "According to Wolcott teachers rely on nonverbal means such as eye contact, facial expressions and body language to determine the cognitive states of students, which indicate the degree of success in the instructional transaction". I really wonder what is your opinion about it and would it be succesful to implement affect recognition (after voice-recognition) in intelligent cognitive systems.
Burcu Korkusuz

Cognitive Anatomy of Tutor Learning: Lessons Learned with SimStudent - 0 views

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    This article is from Journal of Educational Psychology describing an advanced learning technology used to investigate hypotheses about learning by teaching. The proposed technology is an instance of a teachable agent, called SimStudent, that learns skills (e.g., for solving linear equations) from examples and from feedback on performance. SimStudent has been integrated into an online, gamelike environment in which students act as "tutors" and can interactively teach SimStudent by providing it with examples and feedback.
Sinem Hizli Alkan

The use of a cognitive cognitive system in the improvement of the abstract reasoning component of word problem solving - 0 views

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    This article presents how much CTS improves the abstract reasoning component of word problem solving in Math. Abstract subtests were not as easy as concrete components. It leads me think again of deep learning with CTS. It is really controversial topic.
Yelda Sarıkaya-Erdem

Allan Collins - 1 views

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    Allan Collins is a retired professor of Education and Social Policy at Northwestern University and best known in psychology for his work on semantic memory and plausible reasoning, in artificial intelligence for his work on reasoning and intelligent tutoring systems, and in education for his work on situated learning, inquiry teaching, epistemic forms and games, design research, and tutoring apprenticeship. His famous work with the co-author Richard Halverson is "Rethinking Education in the Age of Technology: The Digital Revolution and Schooling in America" that was published in 2009. I have put the link to download the article presenting a summary of the contents of the book written by Collins and Halverson.
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    Yelda, I am really happy to meet such a study and really curious about reading this paper. As you know, I am interested in technology in education. Therefore, it will be my basic reading. Thanks for your sharing.
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