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Adding Intelligence to a Textbook
for Human Anatomy with a Causal
Concept Map Based ITS
Ben Kluga1, Manohar Sai Jasti1,
Vi...
Group Members
Practice Test
Questions
Mr. Jones, 78, dies of a massive
myocardial infarction triggered
by coronary thrombosis. Upon
auto...
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Three Main
Challenges
Students Face
“The amount of detail is
overwhelming.”
“I don’t understand what happens,
why, and whe...
The Goal of
Education
BLOOM’S TAXONOMY “THE ART OF
ANATOMY”
[3]
Improving Upon the Textbook
CAUSALITY HIERARCHY TESTING
[4]
Outline of Our ITS
What is a
Causal
Concept
Map?
Challenge
One:
Integration of
Information
Challenge
One:
Integration of
Information
Challenge Two:
Simultaneously
Occurring
Processes
Oxygen
Demand/
Oxygen
Supply
Carotid
Body
Nervous
System
Cardiac
Output
...
Challenge Two:
Simultaneously
Occurring
Processes
Oxygen
Demand/
Oxygen
Supply
Carotid
Body
Nervous
System
Cardiac
Output ...
Respiratory
Volume
Challenge
Three:
Building a
Hierarchy Oxygen Demand/
Oxygen Supply
Nervous
System
Respiration
Diaphragm
Oxygen Supply/
Oxygen
Demand
Nervous System
Respiration
Respiratory Volume
Diaphragm
Challenge
Three:
Building a
Hierarchy
Questions
References
Saladin, K.: Human Anatomy. 5th edn. McGraw-Hill
Education, New York (2017).
Moore, K., Agur, A., Dalley II, A....
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Adding Intelligence to a Textbook for Human Anatomy with a Causal Concept Map Based ITS

  1. 1. Adding Intelligence to a Textbook for Human Anatomy with a Causal Concept Map Based ITS Ben Kluga1, Manohar Sai Jasti1, Virginia Naples2, and Reva Freedman1 1Department of Computer Science, Northern Illinois University 2Department of Biological Sciences, Northern Illinois University
  2. 2. Group Members
  3. 3. Practice Test Questions Mr. Jones, 78, dies of a massive myocardial infarction triggered by coronary thrombosis. Upon autopsy, necrotic myocardium is found in the lateral and posterior right ventricle and posterior interventricular septum. Based on the information in this chapter, where in the coronary circulation do you think the thrombosis occurred? [1]
  4. 4. Search in the PDF 19 33 1/3 99.6 1797.4667 Relevant components Search terms Searches that return 0 hits: Average number of hits in positive search: Average page range in positive search: [2]
  5. 5. Three Main Challenges Students Face “The amount of detail is overwhelming.” “I don’t understand what happens, why, and when.” “So many things are happening at once, I don’t know which component is controlling which.”
  6. 6. The Goal of Education BLOOM’S TAXONOMY “THE ART OF ANATOMY” [3]
  7. 7. Improving Upon the Textbook CAUSALITY HIERARCHY TESTING [4]
  8. 8. Outline of Our ITS
  9. 9. What is a Causal Concept Map?
  10. 10. Challenge One: Integration of Information
  11. 11. Challenge One: Integration of Information
  12. 12. Challenge Two: Simultaneously Occurring Processes Oxygen Demand/ Oxygen Supply Carotid Body Nervous System Cardiac Output Oxygen Demand/ Oxygen Supply Carotid Body Nervous System Respiration
  13. 13. Challenge Two: Simultaneously Occurring Processes Oxygen Demand/ Oxygen Supply Carotid Body Nervous System Cardiac Output and Respiration
  14. 14. Respiratory Volume Challenge Three: Building a Hierarchy Oxygen Demand/ Oxygen Supply Nervous System Respiration Diaphragm
  15. 15. Oxygen Supply/ Oxygen Demand Nervous System Respiration Respiratory Volume Diaphragm Challenge Three: Building a Hierarchy
  16. 16. Questions
  17. 17. References Saladin, K.: Human Anatomy. 5th edn. McGraw-Hill Education, New York (2017). Moore, K., Agur, A., Dalley II, A.: Clinically Oriented Anatomy. 8th edn. Wolters Kluwer, Philadelphia (2017). Bloom, B.: Taxonomy of Educational Objectives. Handbook I: The Cognitive Domain. McKay, New York (1956). Roediger III, H., Putnam, A., Smith, M.: Ten Benefits of Testing and Their Applications to Educational Practice. Psychology of Learning and Motivation, 55: 1-36 (2011).
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