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The present review describes a meta-analysis of findings from 50 controlled evaluations of intelligent computer tutoring systems. The median effect of intelligent tutoring in the 50 evaluations was to raise test scores 0.66 standard deviations over conventional levels, or from the 50th to the 75th percentile. However, the amount of improvement found in an evaluation depended to a great extent on whether improvement was measured on locally developed or standardized tests, suggesting that alignment of test and instructional objectives is a critical determinant of evaluation results.
Updated: Nov. 09, 2016
The article explores the development of Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) and its influence on global education. The authors describe the ADL initiative and its implication for K-12 education and call educators to provide the anytime, anywhere education to more students.
Updated: Mar. 23, 2008