The New Competencies Development Level Expertise Method within Intelligent Automated Educational Systems

Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 293)


The problem of the competencies development level assessing is considered while working with automated educational systems. It is proposed to use expert approach to mediated assessing of the competencies development level within intelligent educational systems. A technique for obtaining numerical estimates of competences according to the result of the test materials passing (tests solutions used as an example), also their normalization with assessment standards identifying are described. The problem of individualization in learning based on a set of software agents of teacher, student, and tutor is considered.


automated training systems automated educational systems expert measurement competence development computer test agents 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Center for Applied Research of Siberian Federal UniversityZheleznogorskRussia

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