Category Archives: CFLT-EXP

EXP: Constructing Multimedia Artifacts Using a Video Repository

PIs: Carolyn Maher, Cindy Hmelo-Silver, Grace Agnew, Susan Golbeck, Marjory Palius Rutgers University New Brunswick Award Details This PI team is investigating three aspects of the use of video in education: i) how people learn with video, ii) the role of technology in supporting use of the vast corpora of video generated by decades of […]

EXP: Mobile, Movement, and Math

PIs: John Black, Frances Nankin, Sandra Sheppard Teachers College, Columbia University Award Details The project team is integrating the stories, characters, math content, and research of New York’s public television station’s (WNET), Cyberchase multimedia project with Teachers’ College’s research on embodied cognition theory and gesture-base simulation games to create two mobile application prototypes to be […]

EXP: Using Technologies to Engage Learners in the Scientific Practices of Investigating Rich Behavioral and Ecological Questions

PIs: Thomas Moher, Tanya Berger-Wolf, Leilah Lyons, Joel Brown, Brian Reiser University of Illinois at Chicago Award Details This exploratory project, involving The University of Illinois at Chicago and Northwestern University, investigates the use of sensor-based technologies and general engineering approaches by fourth and fifth grade elementary students, and the effects of that use on […]

EXP: Exploring the Virtual World of Contextualized English Language Acquisition

PIs: Regina Mendez, Mary Beth Ogulewicz Springfield Technical Community College Award Details The PIs are aiming to investigate how virtual world 3D technology can be used to address the limited opportunities adult immigrants and refugees have for exploring and practicing their English in authentic settings without the risk of seeming inarticulate. In partnership with WonderBuilders, […]

EXP: Implementing a Workflow Visualization System for Design-Based Research

PIs: Sadhana Puntambekar, Sharon Derry, Alan Hackbarth University of Wisconsin-Madison Award Details This project is iteratively designing, beta-testing, implementing, and evaluating a fully automated, sharable Workflow Visualization System (WVS) to help researchers and educators preserve, organize, and analyze data captured from multiple design iterations of complex cyberlearning research and development (R&D) efforts. The team is […]