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Publication: Searching for the two sigma advantage: Evaluating algebra intelligent tutors

The latest publication from ANGLE is now available.  The article, published in Computers in Human Behavior, describes the evaluation of two algebra intelligent tutoring systems in a remedial high school context.  Download the article’s final draft post-print here: Sabo et al. – 2013 – Searching for the two sigma advantage Citation Sabo, K. E., Atkinson, R. K., Barrus, […]

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Intelligent Tutoring Project

In the summer of 2010 the ANGLE Lab partnered with Mountain Pointe High School in the Tempe School District to design and administer a summer school Algebra program using math-based intelligent tutoring systems. The partnership was designed to allow ANGLE Lab on behalf of ONR to evaluate the effectiveness of three off-the-shelf math-based intelligent tutoring […]

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Evaluating Adaptive, Computer-Based Mathematics Tutoring Systems A Math Improvement and Feasibility Study

Abstract This study evaluated two off-the-shelf, adaptive and computer-based mathematics tutoring systems that teach algebra and other foundational math skills. Thirty high school algebra students that failed to pass algebra in the previous semester were randomly assigned in equal proportions to work with Carnegie Learning’s Cognitive Tutor or ALEKS algebra course product. Using the tutoring […]

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