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Introduction: Today I am going to address an interesting phenomenon that occurred at the Educational Data Mining conference, which took place in Chania, Greece this summer. I have two desired audiences, maybe three. First is the community of people who should be attending these conferences but aren’t aware of the exciting works that are being […]

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The day started off with an interesting talk about cognitive load and e-learning with a focus on biologically primary and secondary knowledge. The first of those, primary knowledge, is like learning to crawl, walk, eat when you are hungry etc. Things that you have learned and humanity has learned through evolution. Secondary knowledge is knowledge […]

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The keynote today started off with a conversation about metacognition among students, with emphasis on young learners, 3rd and 5th graders. In their case, the learning material was the Spanish language for English speakers. They found that children both 3rd and 5th graders were good at identifying things that they knew or didn’t know. Next […]

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The day started off with an outstanding key note talk by Stellan Ohlsson from University of Illinois at Chicago. The main focus of his talk was the nine information modes that he has identified. These nine modes are the finite set of mechanics which can be used to transfer information from one person to another. […]

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I am here at the 2011 AIED Conference at the University of Auckland in New Zealand. I have a talk on day 2, during the young researcher’s track and am excited about the response I will receive. The conference over all has turned out to be a bit smaller than was expected, for the first […]

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