Cyberlearning-Related Sessions at ICLS, L@S, and AIED 2018

Are you presenting cyberlearning-related work at ICLS, L@S, or AIED during the 2018 Festival of Learning in London? CIRCL can share your news on twitter, facebook, and in our newsletter. Complete this form to let us know where and what you’ll be presenting. We’ll add your session below, and get the word out on social media.

ICLS (June 23-27, 2018)

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Teaching with a Fully Digital, Year-long Math Program: Learning Science Futures on the Front Line
Jeremy Roschelle, Nicole Shechtman, Philip Herman, Karen Bumgardner
This work is supported by IES grant R305A13040

Authentic Problem-Based Learning with Augmented Reality
Todd Ogle, David Hicks, Aaron Johnson, Thomas Tucker
This work is supported by NSF grant IIS-1318977
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Cross-Classroom Interaction for Knowledge Building: A Design Experiment in Four Grade 5 Science Classrooms
Guangji Yuan, Jianwei Zhang
This work is supported by NSF grant 1441479

Defining and Assessing Risk Analysis: The Key to Strategic Iteration in Real-World Problem Solving
Spencer Carlson (@SpencerECarlson), Leesha Maliakal, Daniel Rees Lewis, Jamie Gorson, Dr. Elizabeth Gerber, and Dr. Matthew Easterday
Monday, 2:30-4:30pm in “Drama” room
This work is supported by NSF grants 1530883 and 1320693

Designing Technology as a Cultural Broker for Young Children: Challenges and Opportunities
Yanghee Kim
Session K, Novel and creative interactions, at 12-1pm
This work is supported by NSF grant 1623561
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Planning to Iterate: Supporting Iterative Practices for Real-world Ill-structured Problem-solving
Daniel G. Rees Lewis, Jamie Gorson, Leesha V. Maliakal, Spencer E. Carlson, Elizabeth M. Gerber, Christopher K. Riesbeck, and Matthew W. Easterday
This work is supported by NSF grants 1530833 and 1320693

“It didn’t really go very well”: Epistemological framing and the complexity of interdisciplinary computing activities
Elise Deitrick, Serena Thoma, Michelle Wilkerson
This work is supported by NSF grant 1418163
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Data moves: Restructuring data for inquiry in a simulation and data analysis environment
Kathryn Lanouette, Michelle Wilkerson, Rebecca Shareff, Tim Erickson, Nicole Bulalacao, Joan Heller, Natalya St. Clair, William Finzer, Frieda Reischman
This work is supported by NSF grant 1530578
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Informing the design of teacher awareness tools through Causal Alignment Analysis
Kenneth Holstein (@d19fe8), Bruce M. McLaren, Vincent Aleven
This work is supported by NSF grant 1530726
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The Influence of Students’ Transformative and non-Transformative Contributions on Their Problem Solving in Collaborative Inquiry Learning
Vitaliy Popov, Wanli Xing, Gaoxia Zhu, Paul Horwitz, Cynthia, McIntyre
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Distributed Representation of Misconceptions
Zachary A. Pardos (@zpardos), Scott Farrar, John Kolb, Gao Xian Peh, Jong Ha Lee
This work is supported by NSF grant 1547055
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Teaching and Learning Using Virtual Reality: Identifying and Examining Two Design Principles of Effective Instruction
Britte Cheng (@brittecheng), Cynthia D’Angelo (@dapostrophe), Sarah Zaner, Matthew Kam, Rhonya Hamada
Poster session, 6/25/18 1pm

L@S (June 26-28, 2018)

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Panel Discussion of the International Alliance to Advance Learning in a Digital Era
Wednesday June 27, 6-7 pm
Chair: Carolyn Rose (ISLS)
Panelists: Ryan Baker (IEDMS), Ben du Boulay (AIED), Danielle McNamara (ST&D), Viktoria Pammer-Schindler (EATEL), Stephanie Teasley (SoLAR), Beverly Park Woolf (L@S)
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AIED (June 27-30, 2018)

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Opening up an intelligent tutoring system development environment for extensible student modeling
Kenneth Holstein (@d19fe8), Zac Yu, Octav Popescu, Jonathan Sewall, Bruce M. McLaren, Vincent Aleven
This work is supported by NSF grant 1530726

Student learning benefits of a mixed-reality teacher awareness tool in AI-enhanced classrooms
Kenneth Holstein (@d19fe8), Bruce M. McLaren, Vincent Aleven
This work is supported by NSF grant 1530726
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Communication at Scale in a MOOC Using Predictive Engagement Analytics
Christopher V. Lee, Zachary A. Pardos (@zpardos), Samuel D. Meyer, Rachel Thorp
This work is supported by NSF grant 1446641
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Computational Thinking Through Game Creation in STEM Classrooms
Avery Harrison, Taylyn Hulse, Daniel Manzo, Matthew Micciolo, Erin Ottmar, Ivon Arroyo
Poster Session A; Gamification Workshop
This work is supported by NSF grants 1647023 and 1652579
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