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Implementing directed lines of reasoning in an intelligent tutoring system using the atlas planning environment

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3 Author(s)
B. Mills ; Coll. of the Southwest, Hobbs, NM, USA ; M. Evens ; R. Freedman

One important strategy in Socratic tutoring is the directed line of reasoning, in which the tutor asks a series of directive questions, to help the student follow a particular approach to the problem. The questions may contain useful information to assist the student in making the argument. If the student gets stuck, the tutor often supplies a hint. The result is an effective dialog with the student that helps students reason about the solution to a problem, while still feeling they are solving it themselves.

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Information Technology: Coding and Computing, 2004. Proceedings. ITCC 2004. International Conference on  (Volume:1 )

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5-7 April 2004