Developing a Computer-Supported Tutoring Interaction Component with Interaction Data Reuse
Most of intelligent tutoring systems (ITSs) were used to be developed by researchers or professionals with knowledge engineering background, due to knowledge model development. As a result, most of teachers, who are the best candidates of ITS developers in terms of their knowledge and motivation, are hindered from developing relevant systems. This study aims to explore a general approach for teachers to developing a computer-supported tutoring interaction component. Interaction data reuse (IDR) is proposed as the key concept for the design of the development approach.
KeywordsInteraction data reuse knowledge model development ITS development problem
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