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The AIED conference in 2015 in Madrid will be at the UNED Computer Science School

Wednesday, Jun 24

AIED 2015 Congress Schedule for Wednesday, Jun 24
Wednesday Jun 24RoomRoomRoom
  Room EDU 0 A 
9:00 - 10:00  Invited Speaker: Pierre Dillenbourg, Chair: Cristina Conati
10:00 - 10:30 PSYCHOLOGY FACULTY Cafeteria's Terrace: Coffee Break
10:30 - 11:30 (60')

Hall of Psychology Faculty

POSTERS 3: 20 posters. Posters can be already on display during the coffee break

11:30 - 12:50 (80')
20’ per talk (15’ + 5’ for questions)

Room EDU 0 A PAPERS 7: Affect, Motivation and Engagement

Chair: Art Graesser

Room PSY 0A

PAPERS 9: Assessment and Student Modeling

Chair: Jack Mostow

Room EDU 0G

PAPERS 8: Pedagogical Agents

Chair: Chad Lane

Harley, Carter, Papaioannou, Bouchet, Landis, Azevedo and Karabachian: Examining the Predictive Relationship Between Personality and Emotion Traits and Learners'Agent-Direct Emotions. Mills, D'Mello, Niel Bosch and Olney: Mind Wandering during Learning with an Intelligent Tutoring System. Sjödén and Gulz: From Learning Companions to Testing Companions: Experience with a Teachable Agent motivates students’performance on summative tests.
Muldner, Wixon, Rai, Burleson, Woolf and Arroyo: Exploring the impact of a learning dashboard on student affect. Jarrell, Doleck, Poitras, Lajoie and Tressel: Learning To Diagnose a Virtual Patient: An Investigation of Cognitive Errors in Medical Problem Solving.. Yarzebinski, Ogan, Rodrigo and Matsuda: Understanding Students’ Use of Code Switching in a Learning by Teaching Technology
Salmeron-Majadas, Arevalillo]Herraez, Santos, Saneiro, Cabestrero, Quiros, Arnau and Boticario: Filtering of Spontaneous and Low Intensity Emotions in Educational Contexts. Miwa, Kanzaki, Terai, Kojima, Nakaike,Morita and Saito: Learning mental models on human cognitive processing by creating cognitive models. Borjigin, Miao, Fang Lim, Li and Shen: Teachable Agents With Intrinsic otivation.
Bosch, D'Mello, Baker, Ocumpaugh and Shute: Temporal Generalizability of Face-Based Affect Detection in Noisy Classroom Environments. Peterson, Pardos, Rau, Swigart, Gerber and McKinsey: Understanding Student Success in Chemistry using Gaze Tracking & Pupillometry. Buffum, Boyer, Wiebe, Mott and Lester: Mind the Gap: Improving Gender Equity in Game-based Learning Environments with Learning Companions.
12:50 - 2:20


executive committee of AIED meeting, room PSY 2B, 1:20-2:20

2:20 - 3:50 (90')

Room EDU 0 A

Industry Track Papers

Chair: Steve Ritter

3:50 - 4:50 (60')

Room EDU 0 A

Doctoral Consortium 1

Chair: Vincent Aleven

Room Psy O A

Doctoral Consortium 3

Chair: Tiffany Barnes

Room EDU 0G

Doctoral Consortium 2

Chair: Beverly Woolf

 15' each

DC1-1  Erica Snow, Matthew Jacovina, and Danielle McNamara. Promoting Metacognition within a Game-Based Environment.

DC1-2  Laura Allen and Danielle McNamara. Promoting Higher-Level Metacognitive Strategy Knowledge in an Intelligent Tutoring System for Writing.

DC1-3  Kim Kelly and Neil Heffernan. Developing Self-Regulated Learners Through an Intelligent Tutoring System.

DC1-4  Sergio Salmeron-Majadas, Olga C. Santos, and Jesus G. Boticario. Towards Multimodal Affective Detection in Educational Systems through Mining Emotional Data Sources.


15’ each.

DC3-1  Raja M. Suleman, Riichiro Mizoguchi, and Mitsuru Ikeda. Negotiation-Driven Learning.

DC3-2  Jennifer Tsan and Kristy Boyer. Supporting K-5 Learners with Dialogue Systems.

DC3-3  Jennifer Olsen, Vincent Aleven, and Nikol Rummel. Toward Combining Individual and Collaborative Learning Within An Intelligent Tutoring System.

DC3-4  Samantha Finkelstein. Educational technologies to support linguistically diverse students, and the challenges of classroom integration.


DC2-1  Benjamin Valdes, Jorge Ramirez and Carlos Ramirez. Sharing Student Models that use Machine Learning.

DC2-2  Korinn Ostrow. Motivating Learning in the Age of the Adaptive Tutor.

DC2-3  Thomas Price and Tiffany Barnes. Creating Data-driven Feedback for Novices in Goal-driven Programming Projects.

DC2-4  Zhongxiu Liu and Tiffany Barnes. Building Compiler-Student Friendship.    

4:50 - 5:20 REFRESHMENTS
5:20 - 6:20 (60') Hall of Psychology Faculty: Doctoral Consortium POSTERS.