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Gaze awareness and metacognitive suggestions by a pedagogical conversational agent: an experimental investigation on interventions to support collaborative learning process and performance

Yugo Hayashi
2020 International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning  
This study investigates how two facilitation methods—coordination support via learner gaze-awareness feedback and metacognitive suggestion provision via a pedagogical conversational agent (PCA)—are able  ...  The first and second factors were the presence of real-time gaze feedback (no vs. visible gaze) and that of a suggestion-providing PCA (no vs. visible agent), respectively.  ...  Availability of data and material Not applicable. Authors' contributions Not applicable.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11412-020-09333-3 fatcat:x66w7ofspzh5tpudjvua4meugq

Integrated STEM in Elementary Grades Using Distributed Agent-based Computation [article]

Pratim Sengupta, Gokul Krishnan, Mason Wright
2014 arXiv   pre-print
We investigate how the integration of visual agent-based programming and computationally augmented physical structures can support curricular integration across STEM domains for elementary grade students  ...  We identify the key affordances of the learning environment and our pedagogical approach in terms of the relationship between the structural elements of students' physical constructions and computational  ...  First, we present a pedagogical framework for integrating key engineering practices -UCD, collaboration and computational thinking -with math and science education.  ... 
arXiv:1402.7252v1 fatcat:uubrecibfjendnlx7ha6s5rgaq

Dual-eye-tracking Vygotsky: A microgenetic account of a teaching/learning collaboration in an embodied-interaction technological tutorial for mathematics

Anna Shvarts, Dor Abrahamson
2019 Learning, Culture and Social Interaction  
for the emergence and maintenance of an effective micro-zone of proximal development.  ...  While the student's sensory-motor coordination gradually gravitates toward an effective routine, the tutor's perception is iteratively launched from the student's current action, until the tutor detects  ...  with task-effective motor action , which signify the emergence of sensorimotor coordinations; these coordinations are called attentional anchors.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.lcsi.2019.05.003 fatcat:sjcv4abbqffpdprbxk2f7eipjm

Languaging Behaviour as Catalytic Process: Steps Towards a Theory of Living Language (PART I)

Paul J. Thibault
1970 The public journal of semiotics  
with each other owing to the co-synchronization of each person's neural and bodily dynamics in their dialogically coordinated languaging behaviour.  ...  standardizing the coordination of agents builds up.  ... 
doi:10.37693/pjos.2011.3.8833 fatcat:fknp6qtxpvbndfzrr7oxhnui3u

Building Expression into Virtual Characters [article]

V. Vinayagamoorthy, M. Gillies, A. Steed, E. Tanguy, X. Pan, C. Loscos, M. Slater
2006 Eurographics State of the Art Reports  
We cover models of individual characters' emotion and personality, models of interpersonal behaviour and methods for generating expression.  ...  In entertainment or training applications, virtual characters might be one of the main mechanisms for creating and developing content and scenarios.  ...  Gaze is also affected according to status and gender; for instance, females dyads of equal status exhibit more mutual gaze than dyads of males or opposite-sex [AT80, MSWB87, EW65] .  ... 
doi:10.2312/egst.20061052 fatcat:hps7ewshhrdi3jbi5ros57lf2q

We're in this Together: Intentional Design of Social Relationships with AIED Systems

Erin Walker, Amy Ogan
2016 International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education  
This deliberate design would include careful consideration of the type of learning technology and its channels of communication with the learner, the broader context of the interaction, and the history  ...  Students' relationships with their peers, teachers, and communities influence the ways in which they approach learning activities and the degree to which they benefit from them.  ...  Chad Lane, and the anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments that greatly improved this work.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40593-016-0100-5 fatcat:5xk5i63z2jbq3jcq6uctbcb7we

Corrective Feedback and Multimodality: Rethinking Categories in Telecollaborative Learning

Ana Freschi, Suzi Cavalari
2020 The TESL Canada Journal  
Data analysis revealed that CF provision is characterized by reformulations, with a blurred distinction between recasts and explicit corrections due to a combination of multimodal strategies.  ...  Pedagogical implications are discussed.  ...  Suzi Marques Spatti Cavalari holds an MA and a PhD in Applied Linguistics. She is associate professor of EFL at UNESP.  ... 
doi:10.18806/tesl.v37i2.1335 fatcat:zyx7ro3vhzhnpb2revhonw7d3a

What Is Minimally Cooperative Behavior? [chapter]

Kirk Ludwig
2020 From Conventionalism to Social Authenticity  
Studies in the Philosophy of Sociality covers the part of philosophy of the social sciences which deals with questions of social ontology, collective intentionality (e.g. collective knowledge, joint and  ...  In principle, all phenomena dealing with sociality are covered as long as they are approached from a philosophical point of view, broadly understood.  ...  Acknowledgments I have presented this paper at the University of Rostock and at the University of Milan.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-29783-1_2 fatcat:kilqd6dgpvepvmr6lxmhlyaatq

The Intersubjectivity of Embodiment

Riccardo Fusaroli, Paolo Demuru, Anna M. Borghi
2009 Cognitive Semiotics  
Acknowledgements Acknowledgements During the writing of this paper, Sanneke de Haan was supported by the EU Marie Curie Research Training Network 035975 DISCOS (Disorders and Coherence of the Embodied  ...  Despite not yet having acquired the appropriate concept of agent or face, they differentiate effectively between agents and non-agents, faces and non-faces.  ...  Extending the hand and pointing with the fingers is frequently synchronized precisely with oral gesture.  ... 
doi:10.1515/cogsem.2009.4.1.1 fatcat:qngyzbwo5jgdbfoi6loxnxbly4

Coordinated Interpersonal Behaviour in Collective Dance Improvisation: The Aesthetics of Kinaesthetic Togetherness

Tommi Himberg, Julien Laroche, Romain Bigé, Megan Buchkowski, Asaf Bachrach
2018 Behavioral Sciences  
We propose that kinaesthetic togetherness, or interpersonal resonance, is integral to the aesthetic pleasure of the participants and spectators, and that embodied feeling of togetherness might play a role  ...  Using an interpersonal closeness measure after the practice, we correlate subjective sense of individual/group connectedness and observed levels of in-group temporal synchronization.  ...  T.H. was supported by funding from Aalto Brain Centre, and Academy of Finland grant #308431 awarded to Mikko Sams. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/bs8020023 pmid:29425178 pmcid:PMC5836006 fatcat:shjnejru35gbhcyheclk2vlzjm

Infants' peer interaction in institutional foster care service

Gabriella Garcia Moura, Gisele Mathias de Souza, Kátia De Souza Amorim
2020 Journal of Human Growth and Development  
Results: Cribs, strollers, gates, and grids, with few toys available, marked the organization of the physical-social space.  ...  The categories "attention orientation", "search/maintenance of proximity", "social exchanges", and "responsiveness" were quantified and compared with the interaction between infant and caregiver.  ...  Acknowledgements To FAPESP -São Paulo State Research Support Foundation (Processes nº 2010/01919-0; and 2009/53488-5); and, to CNPq (National Council for Scientific and Technological Development) (process  ... 
doi:10.7322/jhgd.v30.9975 fatcat:3ti2ylocmvft3mtwyokgvnvewi

A systematic review of physical-digital play technology and developmentally relevant child behaviour

Pablo E. Torres, Philip I.N. Ulrich, Veronica Cucuiat, Mutlu Cukurova, María Clara Fercovic De la Presa, Rose Luckin, Amanda Carr, Thomas Dylan, Abigail Durrant, John Vines, Shaun Lawson
2021 International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction  
These technologies refer to digital play technologies that engage children in analogue forms of behaviour, either alone or with others.  ...  Current interactive physical-digital play technologies include robots, digital agents, mixed or augmented reality devices, and smart-eye based gaming.  ...  Virtual agent presented the game and facilitated children's turn taking.• The more flexible virtual agent able to apply actively all four types of turn-passing moderation strategies (gesture, gaze, proxemics  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijcci.2021.100323 fatcat:qlizijrpondmdnyadkosklc6oy

Atypical Interpersonal Communication: Looking for and through a Different Lens

João Canossa Dias, Ana Mineiro, Saskia Damen
2020 Philosophy Study  
The new model is articulated with a conscious influence from the transactional conceptualization and the dialogical perspective of communication, acknowledging the need for further experimentation in order  ...  the way the communication relationship is developed within the dyads.  ...  In communication-situated language, the symbols that are used (i.e., words, gestures…) integrate a multimodal array of semiotic resources.  ... 
doi:10.17265/2159-5313/2020.12.003 fatcat:6snga5cdezadroif4jdshebs4u

Supporting Group Cognition in an Online Math Community: A Cognitive Tool for Small-Group Referencing in Text Chat

Gerry Stahl
2006 Journal of educational computing research  
Centered on a case study of a synchronous online interchange, this paper discusses the use of a graphical referencing tool in coordination with text chat to achieve a group orientation to a particular  ...  Successive re-design cycles attempt to overcome the barriers that users encountered and to evolve a tool and approach that provide increasingly effective support for a gradually emergent online community  ...  The VMT-Chat software was developed in collaboration with Martin Wessner, Martin Mühlpfordt and colleagues at the Fraunhofer Institute IPSI in Darmstadt, Germany.  ... 
doi:10.2190/q435-7611-2561-720p fatcat:6tkytfa7mjajviwj4wmzrsfbtu

Intersubjectivity at Close Quarters: How Dancers of Tango Argentino Use Imagery for Interaction and Improvisation

Michael Kimmel
2012 Cognitive Semiotics  
This requires a theory to explain dynamic sensing, the combining of repertory knowledge with this, and the managing of both in small increments.  ...  Super-individual imagery that defines 'good' states for a couple to stick to, along with relational attention management and kinetic calibration of joint walking, turns the dyad into a single action unit  ...  and prepositions, in gestures, and in onomatopoeia.  ... 
doi:10.1515/cogsem.2012.4.1.76 fatcat:xqd4j3mdxnbmxaaj6d7bdwut5a
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