Intelligent Tutoring Systems: 5th International Conference, ITS 2000, Montreal, Canada, June 19-23, 2000 Proceedings

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Gilles Gauthier, Claude Frasson, Kurt VanLehn
Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 5, 2000 - Education - 684 pages
ITS 2000 is the fifth international conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems. The preceding conferences were organized in Montreal in 1988, 1992, and 1996. These conferences were so strongly supported by the international community that it was decided to hold them every two years. ITS’98 was organized by Carol Redfield and Valerie Shute and held in San Antonio, Texas. The program committee included members from 13 countries. They received 140 papers (110 full papers and 30 young researchers papers) from 21 countries. As with any international conference whose proceedings serve as a reference for the field, the program committee faced the demanding task of selecting papers from a particularly high quality set of submissions. This proceedings volume contains 61 papers selected by the program committee from the 110 papers submitted. They were presented at the conference, along with six invited lectures from well known speakers. The papers cover a wide range of subjects including architectures for ITS, teaching and learning strategies, authoring systems, learning environments, instructional designs, cognitive approaches, student modeling, distributed learning environments, evaluation of instructional systems, cooperative systems, Web based training systems, intelligent agents, agent based tutoring systems, intelligent multimedia and hypermedia systems, interface design, and intelligent distance learning.
 

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Contents

From Intelligent Tutoring Systems to WebBased Education
1
Infrastructure for Future Network Learning
8
Can We Learn from ITSs?
9
Uncertainty Utility and Understanding
18
Stereotypes Student Models and Scrutability
19
The Importance of Localization for the Design of Environments to Support Learning
31
Tutoring Diagnostic Problem Solving
33
Integration of Virtual Environments and ITS for Surgery Training
43
A DomainIndependent Parser and Planner
433
Cooperative Agents to Track Learners Cognitive Gap
443
Virtual Environment for Story Creation
464
The Next Steps for Andes and other ModelTracing Tutors
474
An Intelligent Learning Environment for Novice Users of a GUI
484
A System for Concerned Teaching of Musical Aural Skills
494
What if ITS Were EyeTS?
504
Accretion Representation for Scrutable Student Modelling
514

Active Learner Modelling
53
Training Teams with Collaborative Agents
63
Evaluating an Animated Pedagogical Agent
73
Multiagent Negotiation to Support an Economy for Online Help and Tutoring
83
The Collaborative System with Situated Agents for Activating Observation Learning
93
Should I Teach My Computer Peer? Some Issues in Teaching a Learning Companion
103
WHITE RABBIT Matchmaking of User Profiles Based on Discussion Analysis Using Intelligent Agents
113
Applying Patterns to ITS Architectures
123
A Coached Problem Solving Environment for Physics
133
A Collection of Pedagogical Agents for Intelligent Educational Systems
143
A DecisionTheoretic Dynamic Approach for Optimal Selection of Tutorial Actions
153
Experimenting Features from Distinct Software Components on a Single Platform
163
Using Student Task and Learning Goals to Drive the Construction of an Authoring Tool for Educational Simulations
173
Using an ITS Authoring Tool to Explore Educators Use of Instructional Strategies
182
An Operational Model of Training Scenario
192
Designing for Collaborative Discovery Learning
202
An Analysis of Multiple Tutoring Protocols
212
Understandable Learner Models for a Sensorimotor Control Task
222
Using MetaCognitive Conflicts to Support Group Problem Solving
232
A Collaborative Case Study System
242
Todays Talking Typewriter Supporting Early Literacy in a Classroom Environment
252
An Adaptive Collaborative Environment to Develop Good Habits in Programming
262
A Reflective CSCL Environment with Foundations Based on the Activity Theory
272
How Can We Form Effective Collaborative Learning Groups?
282
Do Students Know When They Need Help?
292
Further Results from the Evaluation of an Intelligent Computer Tutor to Coach SelfExplanation
304
An Algebra II Cognitive Tutor Design Study
314
A Coached Collaborative Learning Environment for EntityRelationship Modeling
324
Model of an Adaptive Support Interface for Distance Learning
334
Agents Contribution for an Asynchronous Virtual Classroom
344
Theoretical and Practical Considerations for WebBased Intelligent Language Tutoring Systems
354
Adaptive Multimedia Interface for Users with Intellectual and Cognitive Handicaps
363
Evaluating the Need for Intelligence in an Adaptive Hypermedia System
373
Tailoring Feedback by Correcting Student Answers
383
Design Principles for a System to Teach Problem Solving by Modelling
393
Evolution of the Hypotheses Testing Approach in Intelligent Problem Solving Environments
403
The Impact of Representation on Coaching Argument Analysis
413
Bringing Scrutability to Adaptive Hypertext Teaching
423
Using a Probabilistic Student Model to Control Problem Difficulty
524
Adaptive Bayesian Networks for Multilevel Student Modelling
534
Inspecting and Visualizing Distributed Bayesian Student Models
544
The Explanation Agent
554
An Intelligent Tutoring System for Teaching Fundamental Physics Concepts
564
Macroadapting Animalwatch to Gender and Cognitive Differences with Respect to Hint Interactivity and Symbolism
574
HighLevel Student Modeling with Machine Learning
584
An Empirical Approach to OnLine Learning in SIETTE
604
Cooperative ProblemSeeking Dialogues in Learning
615
Course Sequencing for Static Courses? Applying ITS Techniques in LargeScale WebBased Education
625
Modelling the Instructor in a WebBased Authoring Tool for AlgebraRelated ITSs
635
Improving Story Choice in a Reading Tutor That Listens
645
Using Computer Algebra for Rapid Development of ITS Components in Engineering
646
Supporting Discovery Learning in Building Neural Network Models
647
A Cognitive Model for Automatic Narrative Summarization in a SelfEducational System
648
Didactic Situations as Multifaceted Theoretical Objects
649
The Use of Constraint Logic Programming in the Development of Adaptive Tests
650
An Ontological Approach for Design and Evaluation of Tutoring Systems
651
Training Scenarios Generation Tools for an ITS to Control Center Operators
652
Multiple Paradigms for a Generic Diagnostic Proposal
653
A Description Formalism for Complex Questionnaires
654
Assisting Planning in ComputerMediated Explorative ProblemSolving
655
Annotating Exploration History and Knowledge Mapping for Learning with WebBased Resources
656
Collaborative Learning Environment which Enforces Students to Induce Ideas
657
Adaptive Support for Brain Deficits in Special Education
658
Student Modelling and Interface Design in SIAL
659
A Reification of a Strategy for Geometry Theorem Proving
660
An Environment for Teaching Behavioral Modeling
661
W1 Modeling Human Teaching Tactics and Strategies
662
W2 Adaptive and Intelligent WebBased Education Systems
663
W3 Applying Machine Learning to ITS DesignConstruction
664
W4 Collaborative Discovery Learning in the Context of Simulations
665
W5 CaseBased Reasoning in Intelligent Training Systems
666
W6 Learning Algebra with the Computer a Transdisciplinary Workshop
667
W7 Advanced Instructional Design for Complex Safety Critical Emergency Training
668
Young Researchers Track
669
Author Index
673
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