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Learning Science and Engineering Seminar Chinmay Kulkarni 01/24/22 - Shared screen with speaker view
Ken Koedinger
29:50
You may be getting to this: Are any of these challenges bigger in the online work context than the f2f work context?
Harley Chang
32:56
Clarification question: Are you talking about remote work in general or still focusing on freelancers?
Harley Chang
33:17
👍
Paulo Carvalho
37:30
You used the term contrasting cases (I think) but you are asking learners to see what is common. How do you make sure that people focus on the similarities and not on the differences. The similarities would give them the common structure you are looking for, but the differences not so much.
bmclaren
38:36
One way this is often done — and Bethany Rittle-Johnson’s student Kelly Durkin did this — was to contrast correct and erroneous examples.
Paulo Carvalho
38:56
Yup, that is exactly what I was thinking about
Tiago Mergulhão he/him
39:30
Ranking people poorly
Harley Chang
45:27
So do they know they are ranking people in the other group or do they still think they are ranking people in their own group?
Megan Andrew
46:16
How, if at all, does the “strategy proof” aggregation and ranking account for racial, gender, and other inequalities and their reproduction in hiring, evaluation decisions?
Tiago Mergulhão he/him
54:32
Because it can be dangerous
Caitlin Lim
54:51
Because it can cost social capitol
Megan Andrew
01:02:07
What about relative differences in scores for emotions? I am thinking of using anchoring vignettes and other tools used to anchor Likest-type scales. Scores might or might not in/deflate emotional differences or “conflict” due to such differences. This would presumably washout in a randomized experiment drawing control, treatment groups. But, it could still happen in experiments without balance on this (unobserved) condition or in real world settings.
Harley Chang
01:02:51
So, I'm wondering why you think this was so effective, it feels like this was also an awareness tool.
Megan Andrew
01:02:56
https://gking.harvard.edu/vign
Harley Chang
01:03:41
mmm, gotcha, very cool.
Lauren Herckis (she/her/hers)
01:12:46
Really interesting work!
Tiago Mergulhão he/him
01:13:26
I wonder if nudging people to invest intelligently wouldn’t be more interesting than reducing interaction. For example, optimizing for profit instead of trade frequency.
Tiago Mergulhão he/him
01:14:09
By mapping the interface elements to the medium price of purchase for the asset.
Ken Koedinger
01:16:52
Thanks for a great talk to kick-off this series!!
Robin
01:18:25
Do you think that the contrastive comparison of applications leads to less diverse submissions? It seems that platforms like Fiverr could lead to a commodification of labor.
Tiago Mergulhão he/him
01:19:15
Thanks for the awesome talk 🙂
Robin
01:20:57
Thank you for the great talk
Tiago Mergulhão he/him
01:21:01
Where will you publish the invite for next talk?