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Because Langley High School adopted Cognitive Tutor Algebra I for all of its students, including those who, in the other schools, would not be taking Algebra at all, the CTAI students were, overall, less well prepared for Algebra than students in the other groups. Grade point averages for the prior year’s mathematics performance were . for CTAI students, . for matched control students and . for scholars comparison students.
A cognitive tutor is a particular kind of intelligent tutoring system that utilizes a cognitive model to provide feedback to students as they are working through problems. This feedback will immediately inform students of the correctness, or incorrectness, of their actions in the tutor interface; however, cognitive tutors also have the ability to provide context-sensitive hints and instruction to guide students towards reasonable next steps.
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Carnegie Learning's Algebra 1 curriculum consists of two parts: textbook and software. The software component is called Cognitive Tutor. It provides the student intelligent practice with everything in Algebra 1 curriculum. It is truly a unique curriculum and unlike anything I've seen before. One can see that a lot of work has gone into creating this product. The problems that the electronic tutor gives the student range from simplifying expressions and solving equations to modeling real-world situations. It is a "tutor": for all problems, the software includes on-demand hints that advance from general hints to more specific ones.
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California Algebra 1B provides comprehensive coverage of the current California Algebra 1 math content . ALEKS individualized assessment and learning enables students to efficiently refresh and fill gaps in their knowledge of the mathematics tested on the SAT and ACT.
California Algebra 1B provides comprehensive coverage of the current California Algebra 1 math content standards. It focuses on the algebra concepts typically covered in the second half of a California Algebra 1 course. The courses work best when supplemented with SAT or ACT practice tests, so that students achieve fluency in the particular style and format of the SAT or ACT test questions.
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Cognitive Tutor Algebra I (CTAI), published by Carnegie Learning, In. is a first-year algebra. course designed for students at a variety of ability and grade levels. The curriculum includes. A multi-school USA-based evaluation of the Algebra Cognitive Tutor compared learning outcomes in matched schools (both middle and high) where the experimental schools deployed the tutor as they saw fit within the context of their existing mathematics teaching (Pane, Griffin, McCaffrey, & Karam, 2014).
Cognitive learning is a style of learning that encourages students to use their brains more effectively. Rather than relying on quick learning styles like memorization and repetition, our tutors teach students the fundamentals of lifelong learning. This way of learning encourages students to fully engage in the learning process so learning, thinking, and remembering get easier and easier. Cognitive learning isn’t about memorization or repetition. When it comes down to it, it’s all about learning how to learn. Your child will learn strategies and skills that will help him or her move towards better grades in school. Cognitive learning strategies include