A Multi-Criteria Programming Model for Intelligent Tutoring Planning
This paper proposed a practical approach to personalized tutoring planning by exploiting existing tutoring resources (e.g., a book, a courseware). More exactly, it does not build an instructional course from scratch – from the domain curriculum, as most Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) do. Instead, information in the curriculum model is used as metadata, together with other metadata, to describe tutoring resources. Given a learning requirement (learning objectives and/or constraints), it finds out the most appropriate tutoring resource(s) and proposes a proper learning sequence of them. Based on the proposed fuzzy instructional model and learner model, the tutoring planning problem is defined as a multi-criteria programming (MCP) model.
KeywordsLearning Object User Model Learning Plan Learning Topic Mastery Level
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