Tag Archives: Data analytics/data mining

Data-Driven, Human-in-the-Loop Support for Facilitating Participatory Learning Activities

9/1/18-8/30/20 PIs: Leilah Lyons, Stephen Uzzo New York Hall of Science Award Details Museums are increasingly developing digital learning experiences where visitors generate interesting usage data, but these data are rarely used to support learning. This project poses a “human-in-the-loop” model of facilitation where museum experts are provided with data visualizations and other feedback derived […]

Support for Doctoral Students from U.S. Universities to Attend the 11th International Conference on Educational Data Mining (EDM 2018)

8/1/18-7/31/20 PIs: Neil Heffernan Worcester Polytechnic Institute Award Details This award will support 10 doctoral students from the United States to attend the 11th Educational Data Mining (EDM) conference. Scheduled events include keynote talks by world-renowned researchers, full and short oral presentations, poster presentations, workshops, tutorials, interactive events, and the Doctoral Consortium (DC). The DC […]

Synthesis and design workshop: Research Priorities in Learning Analytics

9/1/18-8/31/19 PIs: Stephanie Teasley, Rada Mihalcea University of Michigan Ann Arbor Award Details This workshop is funded through the “Dear Colleague Letter: Principles for the Design of Digital Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Learning Environments (NSF 18-017).” Post-secondary educational institutions are being buffeted by three major transitions: changes in the nature of the competencies […]

Synthesis and Design Workshop: Digitally-Mediated Team Learning

9/1/18-8/31/19 PIs: Ronald DeMara, Samuel Spiegel, Laurie Campbell, Charles Hartshorne, Joseph Beck University of Central Florida Award Details This workshop will convene on Sunday, March 31st, 2019 (posters 3:00PM) to Tuesday, April 2, 2019 in Orlando, FL. A limited number of Travel Stipends are available. Learn more and apply. This project will convene a workshop […]

Synthesis and Design Workshop: Weaving the Fabric of Adaptive STEM Learning Environments Across Domains and Settings

9/1/18-8/31/19 PIs: Roy Pea, Shuchi Grover, Bryan Brown Stanford University Award Details This workshop is funded through the “Dear Colleague Letter: Principles for the Design of Digital Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Learning Environments (NSF 18-017).” The goal of this workshop is to articulate a transformative vision of future STEM learning for diverse learners […]

Synthesis and Design Workshop: Digital Science and Data Analytic Learning Environments at Small Liberal Arts Institutions

9/1/18-8/31/19 PIs: John Symms, Jane Hopp Carroll University Award Details This workshop is funded through the “Dear Colleague Letter: Principles for the Design of Digital Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Learning Environments (NSF 18-017).” Driven by rapid technological change, the United States is facing a critical workforce shortage in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics […]

CAP: Advancing Technology and Practice for Learning Reading and Writing Skills in Secondary Science Education

7/01/2016-6/30/2018 PI: Rebecca Passonneau Pennsylvania State Univ University Park Award Details The proposed workshop brings together researchers and educators to discuss how to advance technology and practice to better promote secondary school science literacy. There is a clear need for new directions in science literacy. Over the past decade, the National Center for Education Statistics […]

EXP: Inq-Blotter – A Real Time Alerting Tool to Transform Teachers’ Assessment of Science Inquiry Practices

9/1/16-8/31/18 PIs: Janice Gobert, Michael Sao Pedro Rutgers University Award Details This EXP project addresses the need for real-time diagnostic tools for teachers that can assess students’ needs, i.e. provide formative assessment, in order to improve science instruction. The project will extend, pilot, implement, and study Inq-Blotter, a scalable, web-based alerting system that enables teachers’ […]

EXP: Linguistic Analysis and a Hybrid Human-Automatic Coach for Improving Math Identity

9/1/16-8/31/19 PIs: Jaclyn Ocumpaugh, Matthew Labrum, Scott Crossley, Ryan Baker, Victor Kostyuk University of Pennsylvania Award Details This project addresses the effect of students’ social identity on learning, an important factor in math and science education. Specifically, it will advance the scientific understanding of math identity (i.e. “I’m (not) a math person”) by studying the […]