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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  ...  Studies on computer-supported collaborative learning have investigated how awareness tools can facilitate coordination within a group and how the use of external facilitation scripts can elicit elaborated  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by JSPS KAKENHI Grant No. 20H04299. I would like to thank the editors, and especially Crolyn P Rosé for all the work.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11412-020-09333-3 fatcat:x66w7ofspzh5tpudjvua4meugq

In Search of Embodied Conversational and Explainable Agents for Health Behaviour Change and Adherence

Amal Abdulrahman, Deborah Richards
2021 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
Conversational agents offer promise to provide an alternative to costly and scarce access to human health providers.  ...  agents (ECAs) and their use in health and well-being interventions.  ...  Recognising that learning is a social activity which can be supported by pedagogical agents and acknowledging the potential risk that students might prefer to interact with pedagogical agents instead of  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti5090056 fatcat:fv3mo6t4g5ggroohmcvnjn5kny

Social Robots as Creativity Eliciting Agents

Safinah Ali, Nisha Devasia, Hae Won Park, Cynthia Breazeal
2021 Frontiers in Robotics and AI  
From our findings, we suggest design guidelines for pedagogical tools and social agent interactions to better support children's creativity.  ...  Children learn creative expressions and behaviors through social interactions with others during playful and collaborative tasks, and socially emulate their peers' and teachers' creativity.  ...  We would also like to thank Ellie Hoban, Randi Williams, Tyler Moroso and Marwa AlAlawi for helping us conduct studies and collect data.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frobt.2021.673730 pmid:34589521 pmcid:PMC8475758 fatcat:bdxrsmrjrrfd3cphs7vspb7f24

An Investigative Study on the Effects of Pedagogical Agents on Intrinsic, Extraneous and Germane Cognitive Load: Experimental findings with Dyscalculia and Non-Dyscalculia learners

Neelu Jyothi Ahuja, Monika Thapliyal, Akanksha Bisht, Thompson Stephan, Ramani Kannan, Mabrook S. Al-Rakhami, Mufti Mahmud
2021 IEEE Access  
Pedagogical agents can engage learners in a continuous conversation, similar to the conversation between physical educator and learner.  ...  Thus, each learner has presented two special educator personas (one male and one female) and asked which one out of two personas is preferred by him/her to support the learning process.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3115409 fatcat:tt7y234f75hrdoy4ejox47be4u

Designing a Social Robot to Support Children's Inquiry Learning: A Contextual Analysis of Children Working Together at School

Daniel P. Davison, Frances M. Wijnen, Jan van der Meij, Dennis Reidsma, Vanessa Evers
2019 International Journal of Social Robotics  
to the learning process.  ...  We observed a total of 22 primary school children working in pairs on a collaborative inquiry learning assignment in a real world situation at school.  ...  , and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12369-019-00555-6 fatcat:bheptszhknf7xi44bvpbfwv5uq

One Thing for All Learners

Linda B. Nilson
2018 To Improve the Academy  
Acknowledgment This research was supported by a Collaborative Activity Grant from the James S. McDonnell Foundation (No. 22002004I).  ...  The first author was supported by the National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship Disclosure The Nguyen and McDaniel (2013b) study used materials related to an e-textbook project with Worth Publishers  ...  expression, eye gaze, and movement than an onscreen agent who did not move, gesture, gaze, or show expression.  ... 
doi:10.3998/tia.17063888.0037.111 fatcat:jhvzsjd6cvh75brq2jij7ubgrq

AI technologies for education: Recent research & future directions

Ke Zhang, Ayse Begum Aslan
2021 Computers and Education: Artificial Intelligence  
The advancement of AIEd calls for critical initiatives to address AI ethics and privacy concerns, and requires interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary collaborations in large-scaled, longitudinal research  ...  It also provides rich discussions on practical implications and future research directions from multiple perspectives.  ...  In another study, researchers examined the effects of metacognitive scaffolding by teaching a TA on 7th & 8th graders' learning outcomes .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.caeai.2021.100025 fatcat:tcodzhjs3vdelgqmix3nacxuim

Chapter 5. Language Attachment Theory: The Possibilities of Cross-Language Relationships [chapter]

Bonnie Vidrine-Isbell
2017 Contemporary Perspectives on Cognition and Writing  
And we see that to share the power of writing is to share the means for all to articulate their needs, interest, and learning into the great experiment of literacy.  ...  The Perspectives on Writing series addresses writing studies in a broad sense.  ...  Writing with concepts: Communal, internalized, and externalized. Mind, Culture and Activity, 19(3), 259-272. Berthoff, A. E. (1972). From problem-solving to a theory of the imagination.  ... 
doi:10.37514/per-b.2017.0032.2.05 fatcat:4mgcilyxufctbke6iknanb5oi4

Collaborative mother–toddler communication and theory of mind development at age 4

Jihyun Sung, Hui-Chin Hsu
2014 Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology  
Focusing on social pragmatics, this longitudinal study investigated the contribution of mother-toddler collaborative communication to theory of mind (ToM) development at age 4.  ...  Other-focused collaborative acts of support/confirm by mothers and toddlers predicted children's false belief understanding, even after controlling for 5 covariates.  ...  Acknowledgments This research was partially supported by funding from the NICHD (RO3 HD040187) and the William A. and Barbara R.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.appdev.2014.06.001 pmid:25132699 pmcid:PMC4129390 fatcat:7xfpjwbvrjfdpc4kiy7hdlbqye

Big Data Comes to School

Bill Cope, Mary Kalantzis
2016 AERA Open  
Complex Performance: A Postdoctoral Training Program Researching Students' Writing and Assessment in Digital Workspaces" (R305B110008); "u-Learn. net: An Anywhere/Anytime Formative Assessment and Learning  ...  Feedback Environment" (ED-IES-10-C-0018); "The Learning Element: A Lesson Planning and Curriculum Documentation Tool for Teachers" (ED-IES-lO-C-0021); and "InfoWriter: A Student Feedback and Formative  ...  By legible, we mean immediately actionable based on specific suggestions, or legible in a specific sense that an overall grade or score is not.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2332858416641907 fatcat:w4junjckirct3glihksmfe72j4

Towards a model of technology and literacy development: Story listening systems

Justine Cassell
2004 Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology  
I outline a model that accounts for how non-screen-and-keyboard based technologies that listen to children can be used in such a way as to support their emergent literacy behaviors and have an effect on  ...  It includes: (1) treating language as an object (metalinguistic awareness (Cazden, 1976) ); (2) maintaining cohesion and reference in oral language (to introduce a new character by saying "The man wearing  ...  Animated Pedagogical Agents (Johnson, Rickel et al., 2000) are intelligent tutoring systems that have been given an embodied representation, which allows them to demonstrate visually how to perform tasks  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.appdev.2003.11.003 fatcat:j2eeczzbtjh7fcudmxmkiqmvli

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.  ...  It is also impossible to tell whether the behavior involved is a novel one for the learner or an already known one that is simply evoked by the sight of its performance by another animal (and thus not  ... 
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.  ...  It is also impossible to tell whether the behavior involved is a novel one for the learner or an already known one that is simply evoked by the sight of its performance by another animal (and thus not  ... 
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.  ...  It is also impossible to tell whether the behavior involved is a novel one for the learner or an already known one that is simply evoked by the sight of its performance by another animal (and thus not  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x0003123x fatcat:e56gfzsozrhobfgo5fbhla6gmm

Self-directed learning in teacher education: Lessons from Finland [chapter]

Elsa Mentz, North-West University, Josef de Beer, North-West University
2020 NWU Self-Directed Learning Series  
Nadine serves on the boards of the Gauteng Education Development Trust and the NRF.  ...  As a C2 National Research Foundation (NRF)-rated researcher, she leads research and postgraduate supervision at the University of Johannesburg in primary school student teacher learning in Teaching Schools  ...  A recent publication by Jagals (2018) suggested that metacognition in education has become an overlooked yet valuable component in the learning process.  ... 
doi:10.4102/aosis.2020.bk215.06 fatcat:kw37prbgejfxjm4aco2qx6iteu
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