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Workshops Friday 26

Workshops Friday 26 Schedule
Friday Jun 26Room PSY 2ARoom PSY 2BRoom EDU 1 FH
8:30-11:00 Registration
9:00-10:30 WS 6. SL-2015. Session 1 WS 7. GIFT. Session 1 WS 8. AMADL. Session 1
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break at Psychology Faculty Cafeteria'sTerrace
11:00-12:30 WS 6. SL-2015. Session 2 WS 7. GIFT. Session 2 WS 8. AMADL. Session 2
12:30-14:00 Lunch at Psychology Faculty Cafeteria´s Terrace
14:00-15:30 WS 6. SL-2015. Session 3 WS 7. GIFT. Session 3 WS 8. AMADL. Session 3
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break at Psychology Faculty Cafeteria´s Terrace
16:00-17:30 WS 6. SL-2015. Session 4 WS 7. GIFT. Session 4 WS 8. AMADL. Session 4

Workshop 6

Simulated Learners (SL)
John Champaign, Gord McCalla.
Room PSY 2 A. Psychology Faculty, 2nd floor
9:00-10:30. Session 1
9:00-9:15 Introduction
9:15-10:15. Invited Speaker: Michel Desmarais. Synthetic data

10:30-11:00. Coffee break

11:00-12:30. Session 2
11:00-11:20. An Approach to Developing Instructional Planners for Dynamic Open-Ended Learning Environments by Stephanie Frost and Gord McCalla.
11:20-11:40. Exploring design issues of simulating a semi-structured learning environment: a focus on doctoral program by David Edgar K. Lelei and Gordon McCalla.
11:40-12:02. Exploring the Role of Small Differences in Predictive Accuracy Using Simulated Data. by Juraj Niznan, Jan Papousek, and Radek Pelanek.
12:02-12:30. Using Data from Real and Simulated Learners to Evaluate Adaptive Tutoring Systems by José P. González-Brenes, Yun Huang.

12:30-14:00. Lunch

14:00-15:30. Session 3
14:00-14:22. Simulated learners in peers assessment for introductory programming courses by Alexandre de Andrade Barbosa and Evandro de Barros Costa.
14:22 - 14:45. Simulated Learners for Testing Agile Teaming in Social Educational Games by Steve Laberge and Fuhua Lin.
14:45–15:08. Is this model for real? Simulating data to reveal the proximity of a model to reality by Rinat B. Rosenberg-Kima Zachary A. Pardos.
15:08 – 15:30. Methods for Evaluating Simulated Learners: Examples from SimStudent by Kenneth R. Koedinger, Noboru Matsuda, Christopher J. MacLellan, and Elizabeth A. McLaughlin.

15:30 - 16:00 Coffee break

16:-17:30. Session 4
16:00-16:25. Authoring Tutors with Complex Solutions: A Comparative Analysis of Example Tracing and SimStudent by Christopher J. MacLellan, Erik Harpstead, Eliane Stampfer Wiese, Mengfan Zou, Noboru Matsuda, Vincent Aleven, and Kenneth R. Koedinger.

16:25 - 17:30. Panel discussion on simulated learners.

Workshop 7

Developing a Generalized Intelligent Framework for Tutoring (GIFT): Informing Design through a Community of Practice
Benjamin Goldberg, Robert Sottilare, Anne Sinatra, Keith Brawner, Scott Ososky.
Room PSY 2 B . Psychology Faculty, 2nd floor
9:00-10:30. Session 1: Paper Presentations and GIFT Installation: GIFT Goals and Perspectives.
9:00-9:25. Keynote: Robert Sottilare. Challenges in Moving Adaptive Training & Education from State-of-Art to State-of-Practice.
9:25-9:55. Introductions and GIFT Installation. Workshop organizers will assist attendees in installing and configuring GIFT for interactive demonstrations and presentations
9:55-10:20. Learning Ecosystems Using the Generalized Intelligent Framework for Tutoring (GIFT) and the Experience API (xAPI). Michael Hruska, Ashley Medford, & Jennifer Murphy
10:20-10:30. Panel Discussion. Round 1 Presenters

10:30-11:00 Coffee Break

11:00-12:30 Session 2: Paper Presentations : Modeling Learner and Team Attributes in GIFT.
11:00- 11:30. Demonstration: Using GIFT to Support Students’ Understanding in the UrbanSim Counter-Insurgency Simulation. James Segedy, John Kinnebrew, & Gautam Biswas.
11:30-11:55. Opportunities and Challenges in Generalizable Sensor-Based Affect Recognition for Learning. Jonathan Rowe, Bradford Mott, & James Lester
11:55-12:20. The Development of a Testbed to Assess an Intelligent Tutoring System for Teams. Desmond Bonner, Jamiahus Walton, Michael Dorneich, Stephen Gilbert, Eliot Winer and Robert Sottilare.
12:20-12:30. Panel Discussion: Round 2 Presenters

12:30-14:00. Lunch

14:00-15:30. Session 3: Paper Presentations : GIFT Research Functions and Utilities
14:00-14:25. Developing an Experiment with GIFT: Then and Now. Anne Sinatra.
14:25-14:55. Adaptive Course Flow and Sequencing through the Engine for Management of Adaptive Pedagogy (EMAP). Benjamin Goldberg & Michael Hoffman.
14:55-15:20. Using Social Media with GIFT to Crowdsource and Enhance Learning Content. Irene Boland, Rodney A. Long, Ben Farmer, Douglas Raum, Dan Silverglate, & Ed Sims.
15:20-15:30. Panel Discussion: Round 3 Presenters

15:30-16:00. Coffee Break

16:00-17:30. Session 4: Paper Presentations: Supporting Natural Language and Interactivity in GIFT.
16:00-16:40. NewtonianTalk: Integration of Physics Playground and AutoTutor using GIFT. Matthew Ventura, Xiangen Hu, Benjamin Nye, & Weinan Zhao
16:40-17:20. Rapid Dialogue and Branching Tutors. Keith Brawner.
17:20-17:30 Panel Discussion: Round 4 Presenters

17:30 Workshop Closeout

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Workshop 8

International Workshop on Affect, Meta-Affect, Data and Learning (AMADL 2015)
Benedict du Boulay, Beate Grawemeyer, Manolis Mavrikis, Genaro Rebolledo-Mendez, Olga C. Santos.

9:00- 10:30 Session 1: Affect and Feedback. Room EDU 1 FH.

Olga C. Santos, Mar Saneiro, M. Cristina Rodriguez-Sanchez, Jesus G. Boticario, Raul Uria-Rivas, Sergio Salmeron-Majadas. The potential of Ambient Intelligence to deliver Interactive Context-Aware Affective Educational suppot through Recommendations.

Beate Crawemeyer, Manolis Mavrikis, Wayne Holmes, Alice Hansen, Katharina Loibl and Sergio Gutiérrez-Santos. The impact of feedback on students' affective states.

10:30-11:00 Coffee Break

11:00-12:30 Session 2: Affect recognition. Room EDU 1 FH.

Ruth Janning, Carlotta Shatten and Lars Schmidt-Thieme. Recognising Perceived Task Difficulty from Speech and Pause Hitograms.

Juan Miguel Andres, Ma. Mercedes T, Rodrigo, Ryan Baker, Luc Paquette, Valeri Shute and Matthew Ventura. Analyzing Student Action Sequences and Affect While Playing Physics Playground.

12:30-14:00 Lunch

14:00-15:30 Session 3: Self-report and motivation. Room EDU 1 FH.

Wixon. Danielle Allessio, Jaclyn Ocumpaugh, Beverly Park Woolf, Winslow Burleson and Ivon Arroyo. La Mort du Chercheur: How well do students' subjective understanding of affective representations used in self-report align with one another´s and researchers´?

Erika A. Martinez-Miron and Genaro Rebolledo-Mendez. Cultural aspects related to motivation to learn in Mexican context.

15:30-16:00 Coffee Break

16:00-17:30 Session 4. Room EDU 1 FH.

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