Thursday, April 2, 2015

A Framework for using Multiple Intelligences (EDUCE), 2004

A different approach is taken by D.Kelly & B.Tangney(2004), developed an Intelligent Tutoring System (EDUCE) that utilizes learning characteristics and the Multiple Intelligences concept to provide an individualized learning environment. EDUCE offers individualized learning by allowing the learner to take the initiative and choose from a diversity of instructional methods. It makes available a learning environment in which students can choose material according to their need and preferences.
The authors presents EDUCE’s framework for using Multiple Intelligences and describes how EDUCE incorporates the Multiple Intelligences theory into its architecture and design and demonstrates how students can choose between Multiple Intelligences differentiated material.

 EDUCE Architecture and the Role of MI 

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