Using Examples in Intelligent Tutoring Systems
In the past five years, researchers studied the use of examples compared to tutored problems in different domains, yet the results are not conclusive to decide whether they could replace tutored problems or not. Due to different results in using examples for Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS), there is still a research potential to investigate examples’ effects on learning compared to tutored problems. We plan to expand this area to Constraint Based Modeling (CBM) tutors using SQL-Tutor. The result of this study would allow us to develop more effective and efficient ITSs.
KeywordsExamples Problem-Solving SQL-Tutor
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