Computer-Assisted Instruction and Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Shared Goals and Complementary Approaches

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COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION and INTELLIGENT TUTORING SYSTEMS:

Shared Goals and Complementary Approaches

Edited by JILL H. LARKIN RUTH W. CHABAY Carnegie Mellon University

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 1992 Hillsdale, New Jersey Hove and London

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  • Technology in Education Series ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction 1
  • Acknowledgements 7
  • 1: The Design of Computer-Based Mathematics Instruction 11
  • Introduction 11
  • Summary and Conclusion 42
  • Acknowledgements 44
  • References 44
  • 2: From Syntax to Semantics in Foreign Language Cai 47
  • References 71
  • 3: Lisp Intelligent Tutoring System: Research in Skill Acquisition 73
  • Conclusion 107
  • Acknowledgement 108
  • References 108
  • 4: Knowledge Representation and Explanation in Gil, an Intelligent Tutor for Programming 111
  • Acknowledgements 145
  • References 145
  • 5: A Practical Guide for the Creation of Educational Software 151
  • References 186
  • 6: Realizing the Revolution: A Brief Case Study 187
  • References 199
  • 7: Sherlock: A Coached Practice Environment for an Electronics Troubleshooting Job 201
  • References 238
  • 8: From Proust to Chiron: Its Design as Iterative Engineering; Intermediate Results Are Important! 239
  • Introduction: Motivations and Goals 239
  • Conclusions 270
  • Acknowledgements 272
  • Acknowledgements 273
  • Author Index 277
  • Program Index 278
  • Program Index 279
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