Towards the Design of a Conceptual Model of an Intelligent Tutorial Device for Adult Training: Analytical Approach

DATE PUBLISHED
March 14, 2020
SECTION
Articles

Abstract

The development of all online adult learning devices must draw its conceptual and methodological foundations from the theories, principles and models of adult learning. Our research work lies in this synergistic alignment of learning strategies and adult learning strategies. In a hypothetical deductive approach, and adopting the method of meta-analysis of data from the literature specialized in adult learning, we propose a conceptual model of intelligent tutorial device (DTI) that brings into interaction dynamic adult learner, Learning situation and computer and multimedia environment. This work constitutes a draft of a doctoral project for scientific and andragogical reflection on the integration of new information and communication technologies into adult lifelong learning, including in literacy situations.

Keywords

Design, adult education, conceptual model, intelligent tutorial, analytical approach.

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Author Details

Jamal Barhone

Maha Khaldi

Mohamed Erradi

Abderrahim El Mhouti

Mohamed Khaldi