This book contains the proceedings of the second annual Generalized Intelligent Framework for Tutoring (GIFT) Users Symposium conducted in June 2014 at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. GIFT, the Generalized Intelligent Framework for Tutoring, is a modular, service-oriented architecture developed to lower the skills and time needed to author effective adaptive training. Design goals for GIFT also include capturing best instructional practices, promoting standardization and reuse for adaptive instructional content and methods and evaluation of the effectiveness of tutoring technologies. Truly adaptive systems make intelligent (optimal) decisions about tailoring instruction in real-time and make these decisions based on information about the learner and the instructional context (training environment. The papers presented by experts in the field include authoring, ITS interoperability, user perspectives of GIFT, non-cognitive factors in intelligent tutoring, teachable agents, dialogue-based tutoring methods, and intelligent tutoring for teams.While GIFT does include a method to set concept priority, by default it is intended for a priori use. ... UrbanSim game should receive feedback such as aYou repaired the school first, but it is more important to repair the concrete plant and gas ... Active-Constructive-Interactive: A Conceptual Framework for Differentiating Learning Activities. Topics in Cognitive Science, 73-105. Collins, A. aamp; Greeno, J. ( 2010).
|Title||:||Proceedings of the Second Annual GIFT Users Symposium|
|Author||:||Dr. Robert Sottilare|
|Publisher||:||US Army Research Laboratory - 2015-02-05|