2018_08_20th Congress of the International Ergonomics Association_Adaptive Instruction to Enhance Learning in Non-Adaptive Virtual Training Environments
This paper discusses the use of adaptive instruction to guide learning by stimulating non-adaptive virtual training environments. Adaptive instruction is sometimes referred to as differentiated instruction and is any learning experience tailored to meet the needs and preferences of an individual learner or team. An intelligent tutoring system (ITS) is the technology which delivers adaptive instruction. Adaptive instructional systems (AISs) use human variability and other learner/team attributes along with instructional conditions to develop/select appropriate strategies (domain-independent policies) and tactics (actions). The goal of adaptive instruction is to optimize learning, performance, retention, and the transfer of skills between the training environment and the work or operational environment where the skills learned during training are to be applied.
Citation: Sottilare, R. (2018, August). Adaptive Instruction to Enhance Learning in Non-Adaptive Virtual Training Environments. In Proceedings of the 20th Congress of International Ergonomics Association (IEA) 2018, Florence, Italy.