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Predicting Student Participation in STEM Careers: The Role of Affect and Engagement during Middle School

Ma Victoria Quintos Almeda, Ryan Shaun Baker
2020 Zenodo  
Previous studies have shown that detectors of students' learning, affect, and engagement, measured from their interactions within an online tutoring system during middle school, are strongly predictive  ...  Middle school is an opportune time to guide students' interests towards STEM disciplines, as they begin to think about and plan for their career aspirations.  ...  EDITORIAL STATEMENT Ryan Baker had no involvement with the journal's handling of this article in order to avoid a conflict with his Special Track Editor role.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4008054 fatcat:qaklgsbdfnhj3cmgwed26xcjza

Teacher Agents: The Current State, Future Trends, and Many Roles of Intelligent Agents in Education [chapter]

Kevin Reed, Gabriele Meiselwitz
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Since their development in the 1980's, Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) have experienced a widespread success in such varying areas of education as military training, personal tutoring, and vocational  ...  In this paper we broadly survey the development of IAs in education with an eye towards further exploration of their possibilities.  ...  Not surprisingly, the interface model is the means through which an ITS user interacts with the system -both human student and human instructor.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21796-8_8 fatcat:mqbunqlqobaexptqqmcxame7n4

Emotional Learning Analytics [chapter]

Sidney K. D'Mello
2017 Handbook of Learning Analytics  
It argues that substantial progress can be made by coupling the discovery-oriented, data-driven, analytic advances and methodologies from the affective and learning sciences.  ...  College enrollment information for these students was obtained from the National Student Clearinghouse.  ...  system (ITS) for middle-and high-school mathematics, used by 2005).  ... 
doi:10.18608/hla17.010 fatcat:5nqdbqwbwjdgbcytolsktqeuse

Generalizing automated detection of the robustness of student learning in an intelligent tutor for genetics

Ryan S. J. d. Baker, Albert T. Corbett, Sujith M. Gowda
2013 Journal of Educational Psychology  
However, the student modeling methods embedded within intelligent tutoring systems remain focused on assessing basic skill learning rather than robust learning.  ...  To this end, we analyze the degree to which these detectors remain accurate for an entirely new population of high school students. We find limited evidence of degradation for transfer.  ...  Fifty-six high school students who were enrolled in high school biology courses used the tutor.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0033216 fatcat:krngmtpbnfeddmll2zx5gsf5wm

An Interactive and Intelligent Learning System for Physics Education

L. S. Myneni, N. H. Narayanan, S. Rebello, A. Rouinfar, S. Pumtambekar
2013 IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies  
Students tend to retain naïve understandings of concepts such as energy and force even after completing school and entering college.  ...  This paper presents the ViPS and describes studies in which we evaluated its efficacy and compared learning from the ViPS with learning from constructing and experimenting with real pulleys.  ...  target middle school population; 3. redesign; 4. evaluation with more advanced (i.e., college) students regarding the usefulness and usability of the system; 5. redesign; and 6. deployment in middle schools  ... 
doi:10.1109/tlt.2013.26 fatcat:ewgy26bgcbb25nv34bbdsot6ce

Mobile Mediated Learning And Teachers Education In Less Resourced Region

Abdul Rashid Ahmadi, Samiullah Paracha, Hamidullah Sokout, Mohammad Hanif Gharanai
2015 Zenodo  
In this paper, we propose a novel Mobile learning system that allows the users to learn through an intelligent mobile learning in cooperatively every-time and every-where.  ...  To establish that our system will display neither functional nor performance failure, the evaluation strategy is based on formal observation of users interacting with system followed by questionnaires  ...  We would like to thanks also from Hutqol Angori and Neswan Hutqol Angori high schools (Afghanistan), principals and teachers to contributing and helping use in evaluation process.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1099197 fatcat:5gh3qdomonfhfbmatkrpgsxg4i

Page 4161 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 93, Issue 11 [page]

2006 Psychological Abstracts  
In this way, a novel combination of MAUT with adaptive tech- niques is used for intelligent web-based tutoring —Journal abstract. 33404. Kennedy, Eileen.  ...  Study participants were 600 students enrolled in either classroom or blended learn- ing courses.  ... 

Systematic review of research on artificial intelligence applications in higher education – where are the educators?

Olaf Zawacki-Richter, Victoria I. Marín, Melissa Bond, Franziska Gouverneur
2019 International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education  
3. adaptive systems and personalisation, and 4. intelligent tutoring systems.  ...  This paper seeks to provide an overview of research on AI applications in higher education through a systematic review.  ...  In particular, OZR as the leading author, has made a major contribution to the conception and design of the research; the data collection, screening of abstracts and full papers, the analysis, synthesis  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41239-019-0171-0 fatcat:irvgkgfr4rdgxlhsiqk2yaysby

Towards Interpretable Automated Machine Learning for STEM Career Prediction

Ruitao Liu, Aixin Tan
2020 Zenodo  
In this paper, we describe our solution to predict student STEM career choices during the 2017 ASSISTments Datamining Competition.  ...  We also compared our method to other methods, which revealed that the key to good prediction is proper feature enrichment in the beginning stage of the data analysis, while feature selection in a later  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank the ASSISTments team for giving us the opportunity to work with their dataset.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4008052 fatcat:vwzgnocnhrei7mchsrx64nooku

Page 4940 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 88, Issue 12 [page]

2001 Psychological Abstracts  
middle schools in the US.  ...  Describes an exercise that was used with 26 convicted felons (aged 24—32 yrs) in prison and 203 college students enrolled in undergraduate psychology classes to illustrate deindividua- tion by asking Ss  ... 

The serendipity of connections and their consequences

Hugh Mehan
2020 Education Review  
My findings showed consistently that students of color from low-income backgrounds did not fare as well as their middle-income "majority" contemporaries.  ...  my commitments to excellence and equity in practice to create a more just educational system.  ...  Students from middle-and upperincome families are more likely to be assigned to college-prep tracks.  ... 
doi:10.14507/er.v27.2909 fatcat:3g4uuqwj6ngkznv73h4goaflam

Educational Theory, Practice, and Policy and the Wisdom of Social Psychology

Geoffrey L. Cohen, Julio Garcia, Susan T. Fiske
2014 Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
The second is that timely and wellplaced interventions, almost irrespective of their duration, can change students' perceptions of school and the classroom for the better.  ...  can lead to lasting improvement in student achievement. • • Positive change in students who chronically underperform or misbehave requires that we consider how their perceptions of the classroom affect  ...  Declaration of Conflicting Interests The author(s) declared no potential conflicts of interest with respect to the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2372732214551559 fatcat:wxkob2qgnvckpb7sr5njabrnou

Rethinking Education in a Crisis: How New Is a New Common Really? [chapter]

Max Louwerse, Marie Postma, Maarten Horden, Anton Sluijtman
2021 The New Common  
The proposed solutions are offered by artificial intelligence research, including virtual reality, intelligent tutoring systems, and serious games—solutions that have so far not been extensively implemented  ...  Worse yet, the traditional face-to-face mode of lecturing is ineffective in the absence of personalized interactions.  ...  Acknowledgments The research reported in this paper has been partially funded by a philanthropic donation of the PACCAR Foundation and DAF Trucks, Operational Program Zuid, the European Union, the Ministry  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-65355-2_20 fatcat:3e6chimiufa4tas6eifb4xatte

Behavioral Economics of Education [chapter]

A.M. Lavecchia, H. Liu, P. Oreopoulos
2016 Handbook of the Economics of Education  
Behavioral economics attempts to integrate insights from psychology, neuroscience, and sociology in order to better predict individual outcomes and develop more effective policy.  ...  We then discuss how these behavioral barriers may be preventing some students from improving their long-run welfare.  ...  from an experiment paying college students in Louisiana for enrolling at least half-time and attaining C-averages or better.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-444-63459-7.00001-4 fatcat:fsxzilocw5he7k76hkuikdqota

The Role of the Lecturer as Tutor: Doing What Effective Tutors Do in a Large Lecture Class

William B. Wood, Kimberly D. Tanner
2012 CBE - Life Sciences Education  
College students with expertise in the area of the human circulatory system were observed as they tutored middle school students one-on-one about this topic.  ...  In their study, two groups of middle school students were asked to read an expository text passage about the human circulatory system.  ... 
doi:10.1187/cbe.11-12-0110 pmid:22383611 pmcid:PMC3292071 fatcat:ti4eyd4dh5gkpacmvauctlrxcy
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