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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  
Learning technologies, ranging from humanoid robots to text-based prompts on a computer screen, have a similar social influence on students.  ...  By deliberate design of the relationships between learners and systems, the systems can have maximal impact on student learning and engagement.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported in part by NSF CISE-IIS-1451431, NSF CISE-IIS-1249406, NSF-CISE-IIS-1464204, and NSF CISE-IIS-1523162. We thank Kurt VanLehn, Nikki Lubold, H.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40593-016-0100-5 fatcat:5xk5i63z2jbq3jcq6uctbcb7we

Towards the synthetic self: making others perceive me as an other

Stephane Lallee, Vasiliki Vouloutsi, Maria Blancas Munoz, Klaudia Grechuta, Jordi-Ysard Puigbo Llobet, Marina Sarda, Paul F.M.J. Verschure
2015 Paladyn: Journal of Behavioral Robotics  
In all those tasks social behavior is a key ability that needs to be systematically investigated and modelled at the lowest level, as even a minor inconsistency of the robot's behavior can greatly affect  ...  Here we propose an integrated architecture for generating a socially competent robot.We validate our architecture using a humanoid robot, demonstrating that gaze, eye contact and utilitarian emotions play  ...  This collaboration is based on the idea of learning through making.  ... 
doi:10.1515/pjbr-2015-0010 fatcat:as6uqd3yvbdmzpumk44dbrofe4

Towards a new image of culture in wild chimpanzees?

Christophe Boesch
1993 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
Collaborative learning relies on a concept of reflective agent and involves integrated perspective-taking (reflective intersubjectivity).  ...  Imitative learning relies on a concept of intentional agent and involves simple perspective-taking.  ...  a group do not perform well in this task, indicating an atypical conception of others as mental agents (Baron-Cohen et al. 1985) .  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x00031277 fatcat:qjzrtdp4r5fmtbqorcigri5zzm

Cultural learning is cultural

Bernard Schneuwly
1993 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
Collaborative learning relies on a concept of reflective agent and involves integrated perspective-taking (reflective intersubjectivity).  ...  Imitative learning relies on a concept of intentional agent and involves simple perspective-taking.  ...  a group do not perform well in this task, indicating an atypical conception of others as mental agents (Baron-Cohen et al. 1985) .  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x00031496 fatcat:7iearnrjwvewzdqm2ccp2pugou

Cultural learning

Michael Tomasello, Ann Cale Kruger, Hilary Horn Ratner
1993 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
Collaborative learning relies on a concept of reflective agent and involves integrated perspective-taking (reflective intersubjectivity).  ...  Imitative learning relies on a concept of intentional agent and involves simple perspective-taking.  ...  a group do not perform well in this task, indicating an atypical conception of others as mental agents (Baron-Cohen et al. 1985) .  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x0003123x fatcat:e56gfzsozrhobfgo5fbhla6gmm

Qualitative Research on Mediated Dialogism among Educators and Pupils

Thomas Hansson
2015 The Qualitative Report  
pupils keep their higher mental operations creative in the process of critiquing and applying knowledge in English as a foreign language.  ...  The relevance of qualitative research to virtual practices rests on subject knowledge and practical know-how on operations for exchange, growth, learning, and dialogue.  ...  One approach builds on transmissions between tacit and explicit knowledge and a feedback loop for explaining Ba.  ... 
doi:10.46743/2160-3715/2004.1929 fatcat:zdpe33qomnbqnbvy7pfpb5hday

The parent?infant dyad and the construction of the subjective self

Peter Fonagy, George Gergely, Mary Target
2007 Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines  
The construction of the sense of a subjective self is then an aspect of acquiring knowledge about the world through the caregiver's pedagogical communicative displays which in this context focuses on the  ...  overlap of cues for learning and cues for attachment, may have a role in ensuring that the quality of relationship with the caregiver influences the development of the child's experience of thoughts and  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to acknowledge the creative and constructive contribution of Dr Elizabeth Allison and the exceptionally helpful comments of an anonymous reviewer and Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1469-7610.2007.01727.x pmid:17355400 fatcat:d5wrvdipu5cxhd7xxrchgh3kd4

An assessment of students' emotional intelligence, learning outcomes, and academic efficacy: A correlational study in higher education

Zahid Shafait, Muhammad Asif Khan, Umar Farooq Sahibzada, Zdzisław Dacko-Pikiewicz, József Popp, László Vasa
2021 PLoS ONE  
There is a lack of studies that investigate the relationship of EI, student trust in teachers, learning orientation, learning outcomes and student academic efficacy.  ...  existing literature by concurrent investigation of the mediating role of student trust in teachers and in the learning orientation in fundamental association, while explaining the association between learning  ...  This motivation for learning may appear in the shape of students' confidence in pursuit of a task; students' interpretations of a prior task's results and their application in like situations; and students  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0255428 pmid:34343173 pmcid:PMC8330937 fatcat:snuysgxjkbbk5n74omd3vtmwem

Didactic dissonance: teacher roles in computer gaming situations in kindergartens

Vigdis Vangsnes, Nils Tore Gram Økland
2013 Technology, Pedagogy and Education  
to a performance and performers situated in time and space.Sub-Study I consists of an analysis of theories on games and perspectives on learning.  ...  I suggest to transform Mishra and Koehler`s (2006) technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPCK) model to a media pedagogical content knowledge (MPCK) model in order to conduct educational media research  ... 
doi:10.1080/1475939x.2013.853686 fatcat:btjzvfaarndyjkjrxgeqpsto7e

Embodiment [chapter]

2017 Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory  
Acknowledgements This research arises from the project A Service-Dominant Logic for Education Over the last decade, a new, and significant, paradigm of/for business has emergeda Service-Dominant Logic  ...  At its most foundational level, it argues that individuals do not buy, exchange, or even produce goods; rather, service (through the performance of deeds, processes, and performances for others) is the  ...  Drawing on the work of Michael Neocosmos, among others, Lotz-Sisitka et al. (2015) suggest a supplement to the concept of transformative learning with the concept of transgressive learning.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-287-588-4_100335 fatcat:jmp7imwrbbak5iwwkd4rak5gra

Education and Big Data [chapter]

Maggi Savin-Baden
2017 Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory  
Acknowledgements This research arises from the project A Service-Dominant Logic for Education Over the last decade, a new, and significant, paradigm of/for business has emergeda Service-Dominant Logic  ...  At its most foundational level, it argues that individuals do not buy, exchange, or even produce goods; rather, service (through the performance of deeds, processes, and performances for others) is the  ...  Drawing on the work of Michael Neocosmos, among others, Lotz-Sisitka et al. (2015) suggest a supplement to the concept of transformative learning with the concept of transgressive learning.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-287-588-4_128 fatcat:mwvnoe4hazcm5amh55hse4zose

Educational Perspectives on Mediality and Subjectivation: Discourse, Power and Analysis [article]

Patrick Bettinger
2022 Zenodo  
one another.  ...  The book asks which modes of subjectivation can be identified with current media cultures, how subjects deal with the challenges and potential of digitality, and how coping and empowerment strategies are  ...  focus on 'competencies' emphatically suggests an idea of learning as targeted towards the attainment of a specific output and/or the acquisition of 'skills' by and pertaining to the individual, with little  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5665678 fatcat:be6p5xqvjbd3hlf7wr5gshpmku

Developing a dance movement therapy approach to qualitatively analyzing interview data

Tomoyo Kawano
2017 The Arts in Psychotherapy  
Dance and Knowledge There are two general trends in discussing dance's relationship to knowledge: communication of difficult ideas, and the integration of learning and problem solving.  ...  This notion builds on embodied cognition findings that movement helps integrate learning and problem solving.  ...  APPENDIX C INTERVIEW GUIDE (GROUP A) (1) Do you use 'ritual' in your work therapeutically? (How is ritual helpful?), which was later altered to: What is your concept of a communal ritual?  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aip.2017.07.006 fatcat:xdsvz6p2yvenhlwtj22jnrkbh4

Beyond Charity: Partial Narratives as a Metaphor for Basic Writing

Nelson Flores
2010 Journal of Basic Writing  
Journal of Basic Writing VOLUME 29 NUMBER2 FALL20IO Editors' Column r On Whether to Convert from a Rhetorical to a 5 Psychoanalytical Pedagogy We welcome manuscripts of 15-25 pages, double spaced, on topics  ...  What a full and awe-inspiring picture this JEW issue provides of the students in our classes: internally desiring; creatively conflicted; hardworking and deserving credit; capable of seeing more in their  ...  Thanks to Marcia Belcheir for agreeing to take on the work of the analysis of student performance for this article, and her patience in translating the numbers into English.  ... 
doi:10.37514/jbw-j.2010.29.2.03 fatcat:zt3i4le2cjedbexan2v2edumvq

Strategies for spatial music performance: the practicalities and aesthetics of responsive systems design

Ricky Graham, Brian Bridges
2015 Divergence Press  
All submissions in the paper and art tracks were subject to a single-blind peer review process by a group of international experts.  ...  Reviewers Selection The re-new call for participation was published March 29, 2013, and is republished below. A total of 358 submissions were made in all categories of the call.  ...  In open source software communities (OSS), this concept identifies a group of collaborators who share a target, a jargon and views on the final product.  ... 
doi:10.5920/divp.2015.33 fatcat:xbb7altyobafvfiidg2adzn7l4
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