Full Papers

Last modified 30 June 2011.


The list of full papers is shown below. Each paper is listed according to the session in which the paper will be presented. All papers can be accessed at SpringerLink's AIED 2011 online proceedings.
See the programme for the overall schedule.
If you are a presenting author, please see the information for presenters page.

Session: 1. 11:00-12:30, Wednesday 29 June

Social Communication between Virtual Characters and Children with Autism

Alyssa Alcorn, Helen Pain, Gnanathusharan Rajendran, Tim Smith, Oliver Lemon, Kaska Porayska-Pomsta, Mary Ellen Foster, Katerina Avramides, Christopher Frauenberger and Sara Bernardini

Scenario-based Training: Director’s Cut

Marieke Peeters, Karel Van Den Bosch, John-Jules Meyer and Mark Neerincx

Persistent Effects of Social Instructional Dialog in a Virtual Learning Environment

Amy Ogan, Vincent Aleven, Christopher Jones, and Julia Kim

Session: 2. 11:00-12:30, Wednesday 29 June

Modelling and identifying collaborative situations in a collocated multi-display groupware setting

Roberto Martinez Maldonado, James Wallace, Judy Kay and Kalina Yacef

Using Contextual Factors Analysis to Explain Transfer of Least Common Multiple Skills

Philip I. Pavlik Jr., Michael Yudelson and Kenneth R. Koedinger

Classroom Video Assessment and Retrieval via Multiple Instance Learning

Qifeng Qiao and Peter Beiling

Session: 3. 11:00-12:30, Wednesday 29 June

When is it Best to Learn with All Worked Examples?

Bruce Mclaren and Seiji Isotani

Feedback during Web-Based Homework: The Role of Hints

Ravi Singh, Muhammad Saleem, Prabodha Pradhan, Cristina Heffernan, Neil Heffernan, Leena Razzaq, Matthew Dailey, Christine O'Connor and Courtney Mulcahy

Talk like an Electrician: Student dialogue mimicking behavior in an Intelligent Tutoring System

Natalie Steinhauser, Gwendolyn Campbell, Leanne Taylor, Simon Caine, Charles Scott, Myroslava Dzikovska and Johanna Moore

Session: 4. 10:30-11:30, Thursday 30 June

Metacognitive Practice Makes Perfect: Improving Students’ Self-Assessment Skills With an Intelligent Tutoring System

Ido Roll, Vincent Aleven, Bruce Mclaren and Kenneth R. Koedinger

Early Prediction of Cognitive Tool Use in Narrative-Centered Learning Environments

Lucy Shores, Jonathan Rowe and James C. Lester

Session: 5. 10:30-11:30, Thursday 30 June

Learning by Teaching SimStudent – An Initial Classroom Baseline Study comparing with Cognitive Tutor

Noboru Matsuda, Evelyn Yarzebinski, Victoria Keiser, Rohan Raizada, Gabriel Stylianides, William W. Cohen and Kenneth R. Koedinger

Using Automated Dialog Analysis to Assess Peer Tutoring and Trigger Effective Support

Erin Walker, Nikol Rummel and Kenneth R. Koedinger

Session: 6. 13:30-15:00, Thursday 30 June

Towards predicting future transfer of learning

Ryan S.J.d. Baker, Sujith Gowda and Albert Corbett

Modeling Engagement Dynamics in Spelling Learning

Gian-Marco Baschera, Alberto Giovanni Busetto, Severin Klingler, Joachim Buhmann and Markus Gross

Peering Inside Peer Review with Bayesian Models

Ilya Goldin and Kevin Ashley

Session: 7. 13:30-15:00, Thursday 30 June

Error-Flagging Support and Higher Test Scores

Amruth Kumar

Adapted Feedback Supported by Interactions of Blended Learning Actors: A Proposal

Maite Martin, Ainhoa Alvarez, Isabel Fernandez-Castro and Maite Urretavizcaya

Self-Assessment of Motivation: Explicit and Implicit Indicators in L2 Vocabulary Learning

Kevin Dela Rosa and Maxine Eskenazi

Session: 8. 13:30-15:00, Thursday 30 June

Lattice-Based Approach to Building Templates for Natural Language Understanding in Intelligent Tutoring Systems

Shrenik Devasani, Gregory Aist, Stephen B. Blessing and Stephen Gilbert

Text Categorization for Assessing Multiple Documents Integration, or John Henry Visits a Data Mine

Peter Hastings, Simon Hughes, Joe Magliano, Susan Goldman and Kim Lawless

Workflow-Based Assessment of Student Online Activities with Topic and Dialogue Role Classification

Jun Ma, Jeonhyung Kang, Erin Shaw and Jihie Kim

Session: 9. 15:30-16:30, Thursday 30 June

Inducing and Tracking Confusion with Contradictions during Critical Thinking and Scientific Reasoning

Blair Lehman, Sidney K. D'Mello, Amber Strain, Melissa Gross, Allyson Dobbins, Patricia Wallace, Keith Millis and Arthur C. Graesser

Affect Detection from Multichannel Physiology during Learning Sessions with AutoTutor

Md. Sazzad Hussain, Omar Alzoubi, Rafael A. Calvo and Sidney K. D'Mello

Session: 10. 15:30-16:30, Thursday 30 June

Learning by Problem-Posing for Reverse-Thinking Problems

Tsukasa Hirashima and Megumi Kurayama

Dynamic Guidance for Task-Based Exploratory Learning

James M. Thomas and R. Michael Young

Session: 11. 15:30-16:30, Thursday 30 June

Evaluating a General Model of Adaptive Tutorial Dialogues

Amali Weerasinghe, Antonija Mitrovic, David Thomson, Pavle Mogin and Brent Martin

A Reflective Tutoring Framework using Question Prompts for Scaffolding of Reflection

Longkai Wu and Chee-Kit Looi

Session: 12. 10:30-12:30, Friday 1 July

Assessment of Learners' Attention while Overcoming Errors and Obstacles: An Empirical Study

Lotfi Derbali, Pierre Chalfoun and Claude Frasson

Motivational Processes

Benedict Du Boulay

When Does Disengagement Correlate with Learning in Spoken Dialog Computer Tutoring?

Kate Forbes-Riley and Diane Litman

Modeling Confusion: Facial Expression, Task, and Discourse in Task-Oriented Tutorial Dialogue

Joseph Grafsgaard, Kristy Boyer, Robert Phillips and James C. Lester

Session: 13. 10:30-12:30, Friday 1 July

Using tutors to improve educational games

Matthew Easterday, Vincent Aleven, Sharon Carver and Richard Scheines

Extending a Teachable Agent with a Social Conversation Module – Effects on Student Experiences and Learning

Agneta Gulz, Magnus Haake and Annika Silvervarg

Short and long term benefits of enjoyment and learning within a serious game

G. Tanner Jackson, Kyle Dempsey and Danielle S. McNamara

Modeling Narrative-Centered Tutorial Decision Making in Guided Discovery Learning

Seung Lee, Bradford Mott and James C. Lester

Session: 14. 10:30-12:30, Friday 1 July

Human-machine student model discovery and improvement using DataShop

John Stamper and Kenneth R. Koedinger

Clustering Students to Generate an Ensemble to Improve Standard Test Score Predictions

Shubhendu Trivedi, Zachary Pardos and Neil Heffernan

Toward Exploiting EEG Input in a Reading Tutor

Jack Mostow, Kai-Min Chang and Jessica Nelson

A Cognitive Tutoring Agent with Episodic and Causal Learning Capabilities

Usef Faghihi, Philippe Fournier-Viger and Roger Nkambou

Session: 15. 13:30-15:00, Friday 1 July

Intelligent Tutoring goes to the Museum in the Big City: A Pedagogical Agent for Informal Science Education

H. Chad Lane, Dan Noren, Daniel Auerbach, Mike Birch and William Swartout

Transferring Teaching to Testing – an Unexplored Aspect of Teachable Agents

Björn Sjödén, Betty Tärning, Lena Pareto and Agneta Gulz

A Teachable-Agent Arithmetic Game’s effects on Mathematics Understanding, Attitude and Self-Efficacy

Lena Pareto, Tobias Arvemo, Ylva Dahl, Magnus Haake and Agneta Gulz

Session: 16. 13:30-15:00, Friday 1 July

Faster Teaching by POMDP Planning

Anna Rafferty, Emma Brunskill, Thomas Griffiths and Patrick Shafto

Detecting Carelessness through Contextual Estimation of Slip Probabilities among Students Using an Intelligent Tutor for Mathematics

Maria Ofelia Clarissa San Pedro, Ryan S.J.d. Baker and Ma. Mercedes Rodrigo

Experimental Evaluation of Automatic Hint Generation for a Logic Tutor

John Stamper, Michael Eagle, Tiffany Barnes and Marvin Croy

Session: 17. 13:30-15:00, Friday 1 July

A comparison of the effects of nine activities within a self-directed learning environment on skill-grained learning

Ari Bader-Natal, Thomas Lotze and Daniel Furr

A "Laboratory of Knowledge-Making" for Personal Inquiry Learning

Mike Sharples, Trevor Collins, Markus Feißt, Mark Gaved, Paul Mulholland, Mark Paxton and Michael Wright

Students' Understanding of Their Student Model

Yanjin Long and Vincent Aleven