Cognitive Tutors: Constructing Instruction at the Unit Task Level

Screen Capture: Cognitive Tutors: Constructing Instruction at the Unit Task Level

Caption: Carnegie Mellon University's John Anderson and his colleagues have applied brain imaging to improve the assessment of a computer algebra tutor used in middle and high schools. Here we see the algebra tutor interface—a complex screen with multiple regions. Critical aspects of mathematics learning have brain correlates that can be identified with functional MRI.

Source: John R. Anderson, Carnegie-Mellon University
Website: http://act-r.psy.cmu.edu/people/ja/ja-vita#pubs
NSF funded: Yes Award #: 0087396
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