Category Archives: CFLT-WHTF

ROBO-VI: A Virtual-Internship-Based Hybrid Learning Technology to Prepare Traditional and Non-Traditional Students to Work with Collaborative Robots

8/15/18-7/31/21 PIs: Bilge Mutlu, Andrew Ruis, David Shaffer University of Wisconsin-Madison Award Details Collaborative robots are emerging as a new family of advanced technologies that are designed to work side-by-side with people in industrial settings. These robots can improve the productivity and flexibility in manufacturing and logistics industries, while also assisting workers in repetitive, and […]

Human/AI Co-Orchestration of Dynamically-Differentiated Collaborative Classrooms

9/1/18-8/31/21 PIs: Vincent Aleven, Nikol Rummel Carnegie-Mellon University Award Details This project will create and demonstrate new technology that supports dynamically-differentiated instruction for the classroom of the future. This new vision centers on carefully-designed partnerships between teachers, students, and artificial intelligence (AI). AI-powered learning software will support students during problem-solving practice, providing either individual guidance […]

Collaborative Research: CSEdPad: Investigating and Scaffolding Students’ Mental Models during Computer Programming Tasks to Improve Learning, Engagement, and Retention

9/1/18-8/31/21 PIs: Peter Brusilovsky University of Pittsburgh (Award Details) Vasile Rus, University of Memphis (Award Details) Computing skills, such as computer programming, are an integral part of many disciplines, including the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Although such skills are in high-demand, and the number of aspiring Computer Science (CS) students is […]