CogSketch: An Intelligent Tutoring System Designed to Enhance Engineering Free Body Drawing AbilityIdaho Conference on Undergraduate Research
Acknowledgement of Funding SourcesThe project described was supported by a Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation Program (LSAMP) under Award No. HRD-1410465 from the National Science Foundation and by Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning (OPWL) at Boise State University.
AbstractLacking from current engineering education, students often struggle to find resources to help support their ability to learn the important problem solving skill of free body drawing. CogSketch is a new intelligent tutoring system designed to provide problem solving practice with feedback. To assess the efficacy of the tool, we conducted a study to compare student’s performance using CogSketch to a human tutor. To measure performance, we used biometric sensors to detect students’ behaviors and emotions while being tutored. The sensors include eye-tracking and facial expression recognition. This research is important because an intelligent tutoring program can later be used as another way to develop a better learning outcome for engineering students. This research is still in progress, however, we will share current results and conclusions during the poster presentation.
Citation InformationKaren Perez, Emmanuel Massaquoi, Alexis Araiza, Lijia Lin, et al.. "CogSketch: An Intelligent Tutoring System Designed to Enhance Engineering Free Body Drawing Ability"
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