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Learning Science and Engineering Seminar May 23 2022 Amy Ogan - Shared screen with speaker view
Salman Zarrini
14:29
Drexel, Philadelphia, USA
Ken Koedinger
14:33
Thanks for breaking the ice Nikol! Others?
Hiba Rahim
14:42
Learning Equality. I'm based in Dallas, TX.
Mary Catherine Stoumbos (she/her)
14:49
Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
Rachel Wang
14:53
Rachel,Macau
Qiao Zhang
14:55
Drexel, Philadelphia, USA
Ann-Christin Falhs
15:26
Bochum, Germany
Jack Mostow
15:34
Depends what the meaning of "at" is. I'm physically at home.
Nikol Rummel
15:40
But that's how we can join! I'm thankful
Ken Koedinger
18:06
Similar happened for books (as computers) alone as I understand …
Ken Koedinger
19:38
…. it seems, with the common message being, that the surrounding social/educational facilitators are crucial to computers or books to help learning …
Ken Koedinger
22:09
Where do actions/behaviors fit?
Paulo Carvalho
23:37
less than 10
Paulo Carvalho
25:42
🤯
Ken Koedinger
30:33
Cool!
Ken Koedinger
31:24
What's that choice reference re student vs family and culture?
Erik Harpstead (he/him)
31:50
I think it was: Iyengar, S. S., & Lepper, M. R. (1999). Rethinking the value of choice: a cultural perspective on intrinsic motivation. Journal of personality and social psychology, 76(3), 349.
Ken Koedinger
32:03
Thanks, Erik!
Ken Koedinger
34:58
Here's a link in case other's are interested:https://www0.gsb.columbia.edu/mygsb/faculty/research/pubfiles/883/883b.pdf
Ken Koedinger
46:18
question (for later) re kizilcec & cohen: The self-regulation prompt seemed odd ... Assuming good self-regulation is to attend more to answering questions, engaging in active learning, than watching lectures … is the surprise of that result not that it didn't work for some, but that it *did work* for some?
Hiba Rahim
47:09
This is amazing!! If I may ask, where is the content coming from? Is it aligned to the local curriculum? or is it the teacher providing instruction over the phone?
Ken Koedinger
57:10
How do we navigate situations where student choice and student learning outcomes are not well aligned -- e.g., they chose one of working alone or in a group but they actually learn better in the other?
Jack Mostow
57:55
What about where dogs ARE food?
Sharon Carver (she/her)
01:04:18
Might be interesting to see that 1995 reference updated. Tech has surely changed!
Lauren Herckis (she/her/hers)
01:08:02
Great presentation, Amy! Thank you!
Harley Chang
01:08:29
Thanks for the presentation Amy!
Sasha (she/her)
01:08:55
thank you so much! this was wonderful
Ann-Christin Falhs
01:12:18
It is always exciting to listen to you. Thanks a lot!
Hiba Rahim
01:13:06
Fantastic, thank you!!
Sasha (she/her)
01:13:24
You mentioned this in the multiple versions approach, but in general how can we avoid disadvantaging people who might get located in a culture, but benefit more from a different approach? relatedly, do you think there might be potential for looking at all these differences to inspire better approaches including in WEIRD?
Jack Mostow
01:16:42
For scalability to gazillions of local cultures, won't indigenous authoring and localization be essential? I have a nice example by a former student in Ghana.
Sasha (she/her)
01:17:02
thank you, you have such great insights!
Ken Koedinger
01:18:38
What are your thoughts on another variation on the honor choice idea: Tell students about the research that suggests learning may be better by doing X than Y (perhaps with appropriate caveats about validity, generalizability) and then allow students to chose for themselves?
Sasha (she/her)
01:18:56
do you think something like trying out each other's versions could be used additionally to promote intercultural awareness among students?
Sasha (she/her)
01:24:06
thank you!
Yoshi Okamoto
01:24:15
Thank you! So spot on!