BEEweb: A Multi-domain Platform for Reciprocal Peer-Driven Tutoring Systems
Tutoring systems that engage each student as both a tutee and a tutor can be powerfully enhanced by motivating each tutor to try to appropriately challenge their tutee. The BEEweb platform is presented as a foundation upon which to build such systems, based upon the Reciprocal Tutoring protocol and the Teachers Dilemma. Three systems that have recently been built on the BEEweb platform are introduced.
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