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Sharing Learners' Behavior to Enhance a Metacognition-oriented Intelligent Tutoring System

Abstract : Literature shows that Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) are growing in acceptance and popularity because they increase performances of students, leverage cognitive development, but also significantly reduce time to acquire knowledge and competencies. Moreover, monitoring metacognitive skills enables learners to assess performance and select appropriate fix-up: individuals unable to ensure self-monitoring cannot detect errors and as a consequence, they process information less efficiently than skilled monitors. Thus, we present an ITS offering the opportunity of evaluating various metacognitive indicators and able to share this information with others learning tools. Our online tutor is based on an existing ITS authoring tool that we extended to support metacognition and share learners’ profiles and activities into a standardized, distributed and open tracking repository. This framework, validated by an experimentation, thus helps to correlate metadata experiences with real performance
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Julien Broisin, Philippe Vidal. Sharing Learners' Behavior to Enhance a Metacognition-oriented Intelligent Tutoring System. World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education (E-Learn 2013), Oct 2013, Las Vegas, United States. pp. 2290-2296. ⟨hal-01188252⟩

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