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Abstract

Intelligent Tutoring Systems could be used to provide differentiated instruction. This review examines qualities of Intelligent Tutoring Systems and their impact on student achievement. Thirty peer-reviewed research studies published from 1997 to 2019 were selected for analysis. This review considers how intelligent tutoring systems compare with other methods of instruction, and how an intelligent tutoring system’s on-screen tutor impacts student achievement. Finally, this review considers methods of ITS personalization and how those methods impact student achievement. The reviewed research studies indicated that ITS was more effective than all forms of instruction except small group and individualized instruction. Additionally, on-screen agents in and personalization of Intelligent Tutoring Systems often have a positive impact on student learning. Recommendations for classroom implementation of intelligent tutoring systems and suggestions for future research are discussed

Year of Submission

2019

Degree Name

Master of Arts

Department

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

Date Original

2019

Object Description

1 PDF file (34 pages)

Language

en

File Format

application/pdf

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