Implementation and evaluation of intelligence incorporated tutoring system

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This research article elaborates the explication of domain knowledge into a tutorable form and illustrates the prediction of tutoring strategy prior to beginning of the tutoring session. The proposed intelligent tutoring system is christened as SeisTutor. It impersonates human intelligence by adjudging best tutoring strategy for the learner. An empirical analysis has been performed on group of applicants having fundamental knowledge of the domain. Experimental analysis reveals that the learners who have undergone tutoring through ‘SeisTutor’ embedded with intelligence present an overall 44.5 % learning gain as against that of 24.8 % shown by learners who underwent tutoring through the ‘SeisTutor’, while it does not impersonate intelligence by choosing content and style for the learner.




Singh, N., & Ahuja, N. J. (2019). Implementation and evaluation of intelligence incorporated tutoring system. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 8(10), 4548–4558.

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