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Guided Discovery Tutoring

Guided Discovery Tutoring
A Framework for ICAI Research

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June 1990 | 264 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This book provides a framework for the fas developing field of artificial intelligence and education. It reconciles the perspectives of intelligent tutoring systems and learning environments. This framework has been constructed partly because the field needs a clearer basis upon which to compare approaches, and partly because of a move away from the `traditional' architecture of tutoring systems.

General Issues
Mark Elsom-Cook
Guided Discovery Tutoring
Claire O'Malley
Interface Issues for Guided Discovery Learning Environments
Diana Laurillard
Generative Student Models
The Limits of Diagnosis and Remediation

Mark Elsom-Cook and Fiona Spencley
A Tutor for Procedural Skills
Simon Holland and Mark Elsom-Cook
Architecture of a Knowledge-Based Music Tutor
Mark Elsom-Cook
Extended Computer-Assisted Learning
Minimalism in Guided Discovery

Teaching Dialogues
Mark Elsom-Cook
Analysis of a Tutorial Dialogue
Alison Petrie-Brown
Freedom of Speech
The Concepts of Guidance and Dialogue in Intelligent Tutoring

Michael Baker
Arguing with the Tutor
Student Modelling
Sara Hennessy
Why Bugs Are Not Enough
Pat Fung
Formal Semantic Systems and Student Modelling
Rick Evertsz and Mark Elsom-Cook
Generating Critical Problems in Student Modelling

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