Towards a New Generation of Intelligent Tutoring Systems
Keywords:intelligent tutoring system, serious games, adaptive workflow, evaluation, adaptive learning, learning process
In this paper, a new approach of intelligent tutoring systems based on adaptive workflows and serious games is proposed. The objective is to use workflows for learning and evaluation process in the activity-based learning context. We aim to implement a system that allow the coexistence of an intelligent tutor and a human tutor who could control and follow-up the execution of the learning processes and intervene in blocking situations. Serious games will be the pillar of the evalu-ation process. The purpose is to provide new summative evaluation methods that increase learner’s motivation and encourage them to learn.
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