SEMINAR:
TECHNOLOGY-ENHANCED
LEARNING
Dr. Christoph Igel
Prof. Jörg Siekmann
Sergey Sosnovsky, Toby Dragon, Eric Andres, Oliver Scheuer
General organization
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Seminar (7 credits)
Bachelor and Master students are eligible
max 27 students (waiting list for the rest)
Website: http://tinyurl.com/TEL2012
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: (0) 681 / 85775-5367
Goals of the Seminar (1)
 Learn about Computer-based learning
 Adaptation
 Collaboration
 New
Support
Learning Paradigms
 Formal
Theories and
Methods
Goals of the Seminar (2)
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Developing analytical reading skills
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Developing presentation skills
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A presentation of a topic (45+45)
Joint presentation of a cluster (10 out of 60)
Developing scientific discussion skills
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Everybody will have to read at least 10 papers
And be prepared to either ask questions or answer them
Asking questions
Answering questions
Engaging in discussions
Developing teamwork skills
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Joint presentation at the end of the seminar
Topic Clusters
• Modeling Knowledge
• Modeling Meta-cognitive
State
• Modeling Affective State
• Open Student Modeling
• Modeling Groups
27 topics
Topics are
divided
into 5 clusters
Social and
Collaborative
Technologies
Student
Modeling
Every student
gets a topic
• Argumentation-based
Learning Systems
Recommender Systems for
Education
Social e-Learning Systems
Computer-supported
Collaborative Learning
Peer-Review, Peerassessment and PeerLearning
• Problem Solving Support
• Tutorial Dialog Systems
• Adaptive Sequencing and
Course Generation
• Model-tracing Tutors
• Constraint-based Tutors
• Adaptive Educational
Hypermedia
Adaptation
Technologies
3-4 papers
per topics
• Intelligent Learning Games
Ubiquitous Learning
Environments and Mobile eLearning
Augmented and Virtual
Reality for e-Learning
Semantic Web
Technologies for e-Learning
Pedagogical Agents
Emerging
Technologies
• Item Response Theory
Knowledge Tracing
Performance Factor
Analysis
Bayesian Networks for
Adaptive e-Learning
Educational Data Mining
Evaluation of e-Learning
Systems
Formal
Methods and
Theories
Cluster =
focus group
(5-6 students
& 1 tutor)
Structure of the seminar (1)
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Kick-off meeting
 AT
the meeting: Choose your topic(s)
 After the meeting:
 Report
your selection: http://tinyurl.com/TEL2012topics
 Read introductory papers
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Introductory Reading Discussion
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the meeting: Discuss introductory papers
 After the meeting: Prepare for your Cluster meetings
Structure of the seminar (2)
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Cluster meetings:
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Before every meeting:
Presenter: Reads all papers and prepare the presentation
 Others: Read at least 1 paper for the topic
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At the meeting:
Presenter: Gives a (45-minutes long) presentation of the topic,
answers questions
 Others: Ask lots of questions
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Final meeting
Before the meeting: Prepare Joint Cluster presentation
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Present your cluster and answer questions about it
 Listen to other presentations, participate in the discussions
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Grading
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50% - work in clusters:
 25%
presentation
 25% discussions
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50% - work during joints meetings:
 25%
presentation
 25% discussions
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Attendance matters!!!
 If
you are not in class = you are not participating
Important!!!
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Choose your topic(s):
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Before 26/10/12
(no topics selected = you have dropped from the course)
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1 favorite topic and up to 3 acceptable (wrong selections matter less)
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http://tinyurl.com/TEL2012topics
Read introductory papers:
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List is on the course website: http://tinyurl.com/TEL2012
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Prepare for the discussion (start earning your grade)
Next meeting:
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Introductory Reading Discussion
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Time: 16/11/2012 (16:00-18:00)
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Place: TBA
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