Share Paper: The Digital Tutor and Student Engagement Techniques: An Intelligent Way to Engage Students in ITS

  1. Adil Khan, University of North Texas, United States
  2. Douglas Ayega, University of North Texas, United States
  3. Isabel Aguilar, University of North Texas, United States
  4. Rose Baker, University of North Texas, United States
Thursday, November 5 10:15-10:40 AM Room 2

Abstract: Research has demonstrated that the connection between engagement and success is very critical in a learning environment. Engaging students in the learning process enhances their attention and heightens their focus, stimulates their higher critical thinking skills, and bolster meaningful learning. At the same time, emotions play an essential role in the learning activity. If a learner is not in a state of learning due to fear, frustration, anxiety, and or depression, it can lead to boredom and non-clarity. The intelligent tutoring system (ITS) is designed to simulate a human tutor in a student-centered adaptive teaching and learning environment. It incorporates ...