The Relationship between Using of an Intelligent Tutoring System and Class Achievement in a Basic Mathematics Course

Ramzi Ahmed Haraty, Abbass I. Sharif


In this paper, we present a case in which we integrated an intelligent tutoring system- ITS- in a basic mathematics course. The proposed ITS ?PrivateTutor- is dynamic, web-based, adaptive, and interactive. It is composed of six different modules; each has a distinct function: student, domain, question, communication, expert, and controller modules. The purpose of this system is not to eliminate the role of human teachers, but to complement their effort in reaching all students and having one-to-one tutoring approach instead one-to-many. An experiment was conducted in order to study the effectiveness of PrivateTutor on class achievement. Students who were enrolled in a ?Basic Mathematics

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. ISSN: 1863-0383
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