Conference Schedule

Monday, June 14, 2010 Rangos 1 Rangos 2 McKenna-Peter-Wright
BREAKFAST   7:00 AM      
    8:30 AM Tutorial: Tutorial: Workshop:
COFFEE BREAK 9:45 AM      
    10:15 AM How to Apply Software Architecture and Patterns to Tutoring System Development? Seven deadly sins:  avoiding several common statistical pitfalls Computer-Supported Peer Review in Education:  Synergies with Intelligent Tutoring Systems
LUNCH BREAK 12:30 PM   ITS2010 conference and program chairs meet  
    2:00 PM Tutorial: Workshop: (continued)
COFFEE BREAK 3:45 PM      
    4:15 PM Using DataShop to analyze educational data Opportunities for intelligent and adaptive behavior in collaborative learning systems Computer-Supported Peer Review in Education:  Synergies with Intelligent Tutoring Systems
    6:00 PM      
Tuesday, June 15, 2010 Rangos 1 Rangos 2 McKenna-Peter-Wright
BREAKFAST   7:00 AM      
McConomy Auditorium 8:30 AM   Welcome + Young Researchers Track / Doctoral Consortium 1-minute talks
9:00 AM Invited talk by Beverly Park Woolf:  Social and Caring Tutors
COFFEE BREAK 10:15 AM      
  Educational Data Mining 1 (Ken Koedinger) Natural Language Interaction 1 (Peter Hastings) ITS in Ill-Defined Domains (Niels Pinkwart)
10:45 AM I.15:  Predicting Correctness of Problem Solving in ITS with a Temporal Collaborative Filtering Approach (Cetintas,  Si, Xin, Hord) I.45:  Automatic Question Generation for Literature Review Writing Support (Liu, Calvo, Rus) I.75:  Leveraging a Domain Ontology to Increase the Quality of Feedback in an Intelligent Tutoring System (Kazi, Haddawy, Suebnukarn)
11:10 AM I.25:  Detecting the Moment of Learning (Baker, Goldstein, Heffernan) I.55:  Characterizing the Effectiveness of Tutorial Dialogue with Hidden Markov Models (Boyer, Phillips, Ingram, Ha, Wallis, Vouk, Lester) I.85:  Modeling Long Term Learning of Generic Skills (Gluga, Kay, Lever)
11:35 AM I.35:  Comparing Knowledge Tracing and Performance Factor Analysis by Using Multiple Model Fitting Procedures (Gong, Beck, Heffernan) I.65:  Exploiting Predictable Response Training to Improve Automatic Recognition of Children's Spoken Responses (Chen, Mostow, Aist) I.95:  Eliciting Informative Feedback in Peer Review:  Importance of Problem-Specific Scaffolding (Goldin and Ashley)
BUFFET LUNCH 12:00 PM   Posters II.209-259:  Young Researchers Track  
  II.209:  Moodle Discussion Forum Analyzer Tool (DFAT) (Palak Baid, Hui Soo Chae, Faisal Anwar, and Gary Natriello)  
II.212:  Peer-Based Intelligent Tutoring Systems:  A Corpus-Oriented Approach (John Champaign and Robin Cohen)  
II.215:  Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Educational Data Mining, and the Design and Evaluation of Video Games (Michael Eagle and Tiffany Barnes)  
II.218:  An Intelligent Debater for Teaching Argumentation (Matthew W. Easterday)    
II.221:  Multiple Interactive Representations for Fractions Learning (Laurens Feenstra, Vincent Aleven, Nikol Rummel, and Niels Taatgen)  
II.224:  An Interactive Educational Diagrammatic System for Assessing and Remediating the Graph-as-Picture Misconception (Grecia Garcia Garcia and Richard Cox)
II.227:  Long Term Student Learner Modeling and Curriculum Mapping (Richard Gluga)    
II.230:  Student Dispositions and Help-Seeking in Collaborative Learning (Iris K. Howley and Carolyn Penstein Rosé)  
II.233:  Visualizing Educational Data from Logic Tutors (Matthew Johnson and Tiffany Barnes)    
II.236:  An Authoring Language as a Key to Usability in a Problem-Solving ITS Framework (Jean-François Lebeau, Luc Paquette, Mikaël Fortin, and André Mayers)
II.239:  Towards the Creation of a Data-Driven Programming Tutor (Behrooz Mostafavi and Tiffany Barnes)  
II.242:  Using Expert Models to Provide Feedback on Clinical Reasoning Skills (Laura Naismith and Susanne P. Lajoie)  
II.245:  Algorithms for Robust Knowledge Extraction in Learning Environments (Ifeyinwa Okoye, Keith Maull, and Tamara Sumner)  
II.248:  Integrating Sophisticated Domain-Independent Pedagogical Behaviors in an ITS Framework (Luc Paquette, Jean-François Lebeau, and André Mayers)
II.251:  Delivering Tutoring Feedback Using Persuasive Dialogues (Amin Rahati and Froduald Kabanza)  
II.254:  Coordinate Geometry Learning Environment with Game-Like Properties(Dovan Rai, Joseph E. Beck, and Neil T. Heffernan)  
  II.257:  Long-Term Benefits of Direct Instruction with Reification for Learning the Control of Variables Strategy (Michael A. Sao Pedro, Janice D. Gobert, and Juelaila J. Raziuddin)
Tuesday, June 15, 2010 Rangos 1 Rangos 2 McKenna-Peter-Wright
  Inquiry Learning (Bert Bredeweg) Collaborative and Group Learning 1 (Riichiro Mizoguchi) Intelligent Games 1 (James Lester)
1:30 PM I.105:  Layered Development and Evaluation of Intelligent Support in Exploratory Environments:  The Case of Microworlds (Gutierrez-Santos, Mavrikis, Magoulas) I.135:  Lesson Study Communities on Web to Support Teacher Collaboration for Professional Development (Kato and Ishikawa) II.155:  Optimizing Story-Based Learning:  An Investigation of Student Narrative Profiles (Lee, Mott, Lester)
1:55 PM I.115:  The Invention Lab:  Using a hybrid of model tracing and constraint-based tutoring to offer intelligent support in inquiry environments (Roll, Koedinger, Aleven) I.145:  Using Problem-Solving Context to Assess Help Quality in Computer-Mediated Peer Tutoring (Walker, Walker, Rummel, Koedinger) I.174:  Intercultural Negotiation with Virtual Humans:  The Effect of Social Goals on Gameplay and Learning (Ogan, Aleven, Kim, Jones)
2:20 PM I.125:  Discovering and Recognizing Student Interaction Patterns in Exploratory Learning Environments (Bernardini and Conati) I.156:  Socially Capable Conversational Tutors Can Be Effective in Collaborative Learning Situations (Kumar, Ai, Beuth, Rosé) II.82:  Transforming a Linear Module into an Adaptive One:  Tackling the Challenge (Foss and Cristea)
COFFEE BREAK 2:45 PM      
      Gaming the System (Ryan Baker) Pedagogical Strategies 1 (Chas Murray) Affect 1 (Art Graesser)
3:15 PM I.184:  An Analysis of Gaming Behaviors in an Intelligent Tutoring System (Muldner, Burleson, Van de Sande, VanLehn) I.214:  Analogies, Explanations, Practice:  Examining How Task Types Affect Second Language Grammar Learning (Wylie, Koedinger, Mitamura) I.245:  A Time for Emoting:  When Affect-Sensitivity Is and Isn't Effective at Promoting Deep Learning (D'Mello, Lehman, Sullins, Daigle, Combs, Vogt, Perkins, Graesser)
3:40 PM I.194:  The Impact of Gaming (?) on Learning (Gong,  Beck, Heffernan, Forbes-Summers) I.224:  Do Micro-Level Tutorial Decisions Matter:  Applying Reinforcement Learning to Induce Pedagogical Tutorial Tactics (Chi, VanLehn, Litman) I.255:  The Affective and Learning Profiles of Students Using an Intelligent Tutoring System for Algebra (Lagud, Rodrigo)
4:05 PM I.204:  Squeezing out Gaming Behavior in a Dialog-Based ITS (Hastings, Arnott-Hill, Allbritton) I.235:  Examining the Role of Gestures in Expert Tutoring (Williams, Williams, Volgas, Yuan, Person) I.264:  The Impact of System Feedback on Learners' Affective and Physiological States (Pour, Hussein, AlZoubi, D'Mello, Calvo)
BREAK   4:30 PM      
NSH Atrium 5:00 PM   Opening Reception and Interactive Events  
Cancelled II.454:  Multiplayer Language and Culture Training in ISLET (Kevin Saunders and W. Lewis Johnson)    
NSH 3001 II.444:  Collaboration and Content Recognition Features in an Inquiry Tutor (Mark Floryan, Toby Dragon, Beverly Woolf, and Tom Murray)  
II.451:  A Better Reading Tutor That Listens (Mostow, Aist, Bey, Chen, Corbett, Duan, Duke, Duong, Gates, González, Juarez, Kantorzyk, Li, Liu, McKeown, Trotochaud, Valeri, Weinstein, Yen)
NSH 3002 II.446:  Incorporating Interactive Examples into the Cognitive Tutor (Robert G.M. Hausmann, Steven Ritter, Brendon Towle, R. Charles Murray, and John Connelly)
II.452:  Research-Based Improvements in Cognitive Tutor Geometry (Steven Ritter, Brendon Towle, R. Charles Murray, Robert G.M. Hausmann, and John Connelly)
II.453:  A Cognitive Tutor for Geometric Proof (Steven Ritter, Brendon Towle, R. Charles Murray, Robert G.M. Hausmann, and John Connelly)  
NSH 3305 II.438:  ITS Authoring through Programming-by-Demonstration (Vincent Aleven, Brett Leber, and Jonathan Sewall)  
II.439:  A Coordinate Geometry Learning Environment with Game-Like Properties (Dovan Rai, Joseph E. Beck, and Neil T. Heffernan)  
II.445:  The Science Assistments Project:  Scaffolding Scientific Inquiry Skills (Janice D. Gobert, Orlando Montalvo, Ermal Toto, Michael A. Sao Pedro, Ryan S.J.d. Baker)
II.448:  Acquiring Conceptual Knowledge about How Systems Behave (Jochem Liem, Bert Bredeweg, Floris Linnebank, Bühling, Wißner, del Río, Beek, Gómez Pérez)
II.449:  Learning by Teaching SimStudent (Noboru Matsuda, Victoria Keiser, Rohan Raizada, Gabriel Stylianides, William W. Cohen, and Ken Koedinger)
II.450:  Authoring Problem-Solving ITS with ASTUS (Jean-François Lebeau, Luc Paquette, and André Mayers)  
II.456:  A DIY Pressure Sensitive Chair for Intelligent Tutoring Systems (Andrew M. Olney and Sidney D’Mello)  
NSH Atrium II.440:  Adaptive Tutorials and the Adaptive eLearning Platform (Dror Ben-Naim)    
II.441:  DomainBuilder – An Authoring System for Visual Classification Tutoring Systems (Eugene Tseytlin, Melissa Castine, and Rebecca Crowley)  
II.443:  AWESOME Computing:  Using Corpus Data to Tailor a Community Environment for Dissertation Writing (Vania Dimitriva, Royce Neagle, Bajanki, Lau, Boyle)
II.447:  iGeom:  Towards an Interactive Geometry Software with Intelligent Guidance Capabilities (Leônidas O. Brandão, Seiji Isotani, and Danilo L. Dalmon)
II.455:  PSLC DataShop:  A Data Analysis Service for the Learning Science Community (John Stamper, Ken Koedinger, Ryan Baker, Alida Skogsholm, Leber, Rankin, Demi)
NSH 3001 7:00 PM   AIED Exec Committee Meeting  
Wednesday, June 16, 2010 Rangos 1 Rangos 2 McKenna-Peter-Wright
BREAKFAST 7:00 AM     (private) ITS Steering Committee meeting
McConomy Auditorium 8:30 AM Invited talk by Alexander Renkl:  Active Learning in Technology-Enhanced Environments
  Games and Augmented Reality (Cristina Conati) Pedagogical Agents, Learning Companions, and Teachable Agents (Roger Nkambou) Intelligent Tutoring and Scaffolding 1 (Diane Litman)
10:15 AM I.274:  Investigating the Relationship between Presence and Learning in a Serious Game (Lane, Hays, Auerbach, Core) I.307:  What Do Children Favor as Embodied Pedagogical Agents? (Girard and Johnson) I.338:  Use of a Medical ITS Improves Reporting Performance among Community Pathologists (Crowley, Grzybicki, Legowski, Wagner, Castine, Medvedeva, Tseytlin, Jukic, Raab)
10:40 AM I.285:  Developing Empirically Based Student Personality Profiles for Affective Feedback Models (Robison, McQuiggan, Lester) I.317:  Learning by Teaching SimStudent:  Technical Accomplishments and an Initial Use with Students (Matsuda, Keiser, Raizada, Tu, Stylianides, Cohen,  Koedinger) I.349:  Hints:  Is it Better to Give or Wait to be Asked? (Razzaq and Heffernan)
11:05 AM I.296:  Evaluating the Usability of an Augmented Reality Based Educational Application (Martín-Gutiérrez, Contero, Alcañíz) I.327:  The Effect of Motivational Learning Companions on Low Achieving Students and Students with Disabilities (Woolf, Arroyo, Muldner, Burleson, Cooper, Cooper, Dolan, Christopherson) I.359:  Error-Flagging Support for Testing and Its Effect on Adaptation (Kumar)
BUFFET LUNCH 11:30 AM   Posters II.260-348  
II.260:  Can Affect Be Detected from Intelligent Tutoring System Interaction Data? – A Preliminary Study (Elizabeth A. Anglo and Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo)
II.263:  Comparing Disengaged Behavior within a Cognitive Tutor in the USA and Philippines (Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo, Ryan S.J.d. Baker, Jenilyn Agapito, Julieta Nabos, Ma. Concepcion Repalam, Salvador Reyes Jr.)
II.266:  Adaptive Tutorials for Virtual Microscopy:  A Design Paradigm to Promote Pedagogical Ownership (Dror Ben-Naim, Gary Velan, Nadine Marcus, and Michael Bain)
II.269:  The Online Deteriorating Patient:  An Adaptive Simulation to Foster Expertise in Emergency Decision-Making (Emmanuel G. Blanchard, Jeffrey Wiseman, Laura Naismith,Yuan-Jin Hong, and Susanne P. Lajoie)
II.272:  DynaLearn:  Architecture and Approach for Investigating Conceptual System Knowledge Acquisition (Bert Bredeweg, Jochem Liem, Floris Linnebank, René Bühling, Michael Wißner, del Río, Salles, Beek, Pérez)
II.275:  Interfaces for Inspectable Learner Models (Susan Bull, Andrew Mabbott, Rasyidi Johan, Matthew Johnson, Kris Lee-Shim, and Tim Lloyd)  
II.278:  Conceptual Personalization Technology:  Promoting Effective Self-directed, Online Learning (Kirsten R. Butcher, Tamara Sumner, Keith Maull, and Ifeyinwa Okoye)
II.281:  Learning to Identify Students’ Relevant and Irrelevant Questions in a Micro-blogging Supported Classroom (Suleyman Cetintas, Luo Si, Sugato Chakravarty, Hans Aagard, and Kyle Bowen)
II.285:  Using Emotional Coping Strategies in Intelligent Tutoring Systems (Soumaya Chaffar and Claude Frasson)  
II.288:  Showing the Positive Influence of Subliminal Cues on Learner’s Performance and Intuition:  An ERP Study (Pierre Chalfoun and Claude Frasson)
II.291:  Exploring the Relationship between Learner EEG Mental Engagement and Affect (Maher Chaouachi and Claude Frasson)  
II.294:  MiBoard:  Creating a Virtual Environment from a Physical Environment (Kyle Dempsey, G. Tanner Jackson, and Danielle S. McNamara)  
II.297:  Players’ Motivation and EEG Waves Patterns in a Serious Game Environment (Lotfi Derbali and Claude Frasson)  
II.300:  Predicting the Effects of Skill Model Changes on Student Progress (Daniel Dickison, Steven Ritter, Tristan Nixon, Thomas K. Harris, Brendon Towle, R. Charles Murray, and Robert G.M. Hausmann)
II.303:  Data Mining to Generate Individualised Feedback (Anna Katrina Dominguez, Kalina Yacef, and James R. Curran)  
II.306:  In the Zone:  Towards Detecting Student Zoning Out Using Supervised Machine Learning (Joanna Drummond and Diane Litman)  
II.309:  Can We Get Better Assessment from a Tutoring System Compared to Traditional Paper Testing? Can We Have Our Cake (Better Assessment) and Eat It too (Student Learning during the Test)? (Feng, Heffernan)
II.312:  Using Data Mining Findings to Aid Searching for Better Cognitive Models (Mingyu Feng, Neil T. Heffernan, and Kenneth Koedinger)  
II.315:  Generating Proactive Feedback to Help Students Stay on Track (Davide Fossati, Barbara Di Eugenio, Stellan Ohlsson, Christopher Brown, and Lin Chen)
II.318:  ITS in Ill-Defined Domains:  Toward Hybrid Approaches (Philippe Fournier-Viger, Roger Nkambou, Engelbert Mephu Nguifo, and André Mayers)  
II.321:  Analyzing Student Gaming with Bayesian Networks (Stephen Giguere, Joseph Beck, and Ryan Baker)  
II.324:  EdiScenE:  A System to Help the Design of Online Learning Activities (Patricia Gounon and Pascal Leroux)  
II.327:  Critiquing Media Reports with Flawed Scientific Findings:  Operation ARIES! A Game with Animated Agents and Natural Language Trialogues (Graesser, Britt, Millis, Wallace, Halpern, Cai, Kopp, and Forsyth)
II.330:  A Case-Based Reasoning Approach to Provide Adaptive Feedback in Microworlds (Sergio Gutierrez-Santos, Mihaela Cocea, and George Magoulas)
II.334:  Real-Time Control of a Remote Virtual Tutor Using Minimal Pen-Gestures (Yonca Haciahmetoglu and Francis Quek)  
II.337:  Theoretical Model for Interplay between Some Learning Situations and Brainwaves (Alicia Heraz and Claude Frasson)  
II.340:  Cultural Adaptation of Pedagogical Resources within Intelligent Tutorial Systems (Franck Hervé Mpondo Eboa, François Courtemanche, and Esma Aïmeur)
II.343:  An Interactive Learning Environment for Problem-Changing Exercise (Tsukasa Hirashima, Sho Yamamoto, and Hiromi Waki)  
II.346:  Towards Intelligent Tutoring with Erroneous Examples:  A Taxonomy of Decimal Misconceptions (Seiji Isotani, Bruce M. McLaren, and Max Altman)
McConomy Auditorium 1:00 PM Invited talk by Chee-Kit Looi:  Can research-based technology change school-based learning? Perspectives from Singapore
FREE TIME 2:15 PM   Conference Outings  
Thursday, June 17, 2010 Rangos 1 Rangos 2 McKenna-Peter-Wright
BREAKFAST   7:00 AM      
McConomy Auditorium 8:30 AM Invited talk by Stacy Marsella:  Modeling Emotion and its Expression
COFFEE BREAK 9:45 AM      
  Metacognition (Carolyn Rosé) Pedagogical Strategies 2 (H. Chad Lane) Affect 2 (Sidney D'Mello)
10:15 AM I.369:  Emotions and Motivation on Performance during Multimedia Learning:  How Do I Feel and Why do I Care? (Chauncey and Azevedo) I.401:  How Adaptive Is an Expert Human Tutor? (Chi and Roy II.1:  The Intricate Dance between Cognition and Emotion during Expert Tutoring (Lehman, D'Mello, Person)
10:40 AM I.379:  Metacognition and Learning in Spoken Dialogue Computer Tutoring (Forbes-Riley and Litman) I.413:  Blocked versus Interleaved Practice With Multiple Representations in an Intelligent Tutoring System for Fractions (Rau, Aleven, Rummel) II.11:  Subliminally Enhancing Self-esteem:  Impact on Learner Performance and Affective State (Jraidi and Frasson)
11:05 AM I.389:  A Self-regulator for Navigational Learning in Hyperspace (Kashihara and Kawai) I.423:  Improving Learning through Intelligent Tutoring and Basic Skills Training (Arroyo, Woolf, Royer, Tai, English) II.21:  Detecting Learner Frustration:  Towards Mainstream Use Cases (McCuaig, Pearlstein, Judd)
BUFFET LUNCH 11:30 AM   Posters II.349-437  
II.349:  The Efficacy of iSTART Extended Practice:  Low Ability Students Catch Up (G. Tanner Jackson, Chutima Boonthum, and Danielle S. McNamara)  
II.352:  Expecting the Unexpected:  Warehousing and Analyzing Data from ITS Field Use (W. Lewis Johnson, Naveen Ashish, Stephen Bodnar, and Alicia Sagae)
II.355:  Developing an Intelligent Tutoring System Using Natural Language for Knowledge Representation (Sung-Young Jung and Kurt VanLehn)  
II.359:  A Network Analysis of Student Groups in Threaded Discussions (Jeon-Hyung Kang, Jihie Kim, and Erin Shaw)  
II.362:  A New Framework of Metacognition with Abstraction/Instantiation Operations (Michiko Kayashima and Riichiro Mizoguchi)  
II.365:  Expansion of the xPST Framework to Enable Non-programmers to Create Intelligent Tutoring Systems in 3D Game Environments (Sateesh Kumar Kodavali, Stephen Gilbert, and Stephen B. Blessing)
II.368:  A Computational Model of Accelerated Future Learning through Feature Recognition (Nan Li, William W. Cohen, and Kenneth R. Koedinger)  
II.371:  Automated and Flexible Comparison of Course Sequencing Algorithms in the LS-Lab Framework (Carla Limongelli, Filippo Sciarrone, Marco Temperini, and Giulia Vaste)
II.374:  Correcting Scientific Knowledge in a General-Purpose Ontology (Michael Lipschultz and Diane Litman)  
II.377:  Learning to Argue Using Computers – A View from Teachers, Researchers, and System Developers (Frank Loll, Oliver Scheuer, Bruce M. McLaren, and Niels Pinkwart)
II.380:  How to Take into Account Different Problem Solving Modalities for Doing a Diagnosis? Experiment and Results (Sandra Michelet, Vanda Luengo, Jean-Michel Adam, and Nadine Madran)
II.384:  Behavior Effect of Hint Selection Penalties and Availability in an Intelligent Tutoring System (Pedro J. Muñoz-Merino, Carlos Delgado Kloos, and Mario Muñoz-Organero)
II.387:  DesignWebs:  A Tool for Automatic Construction of Interactive Conceptual Maps from Document Collections (Sharad V. Oberoi, Dong Nguyen, Gahgene Gweon, Susan Finger, and Carolyn Penstein Rosé)
II.390:  Extraction of Concept Maps from Textbooks for Domain Modeling (Andrew M. Olney)    
II.393:  Levels of Interaction (LoI):  A Model for Scaffolding Learner Engagement in an Immersive Environment (David Panzoli, Adam Qureshi, Ian Dunwell, Panagiotis Petridis, Sara de Freitas, Rebolledo-Mendez)
II.396:  Tools for Acquiring Data about Student Work in Interactive Learning Environment T-Algebra (Rein Prank and Dmitri Lepp)  
II.399:  Mily’s World:  A Coordinate Geometry Learning Environment with Game-Like Properties (Dovan Rai, Joseph E. Beck, and Neil T. Heffernan)  
II.402:  An Intelligent Tutoring System Supporting Metacognition and Sharing Learners’ Experiences (Triomphe Ramandalahy, Philippe Vidal, and Julien Broisin)
II.405:  Are ILEs Ready for the Classroom? Bringing Teachers into the Feedback Loop (James Segedy, Brian Sulcer, and Gautam Biswas)  
II.408:  Comparison of a Computer-Based to Hands-On Lesson in Experimental Design (Stephanie Siler, Dana Mowery, Cressida Magaro, Kevin Willows, and David Klahr)
II.411:  Toward the Development of an Intelligent Tutoring System for Distributed Team Training through Passive Sensing (Robert A. Sottilare)  
II.414:  Open Educational Resource Assessments (OPERA) (Tamara Sumner, Kirsten Butcher, and Philipp Wetzler)  
II.417:  Annie:  A Tutor That Works in Digital Games (James M. Thomas and R. Michael Young)    
II.420:  Learning from Erroneous Examples (Dimitra Tsovaltzi, Bruce M. McLaren, Erica Melis, Ann-Kristin Meyer, Michael Dietrich, and George Goguadze)
II.423:  Feasibility of a Socially Intelligent Tutor (Jozef Tvarožek and Mária Bieliková)    
II.426:  Agent Prompts:  Scaffolding Students for Productive Reflection in an Intelligent Learning Environment (Longkai Wu and Chee-Kit Looi)  
II.429:  Identifying Problem Localization in Peer-Review Feedback (Wenting Xiong and Diane Litman)  
II.432:  AlgoTutor:  From Algorithm Design to Coding (Sung Yoo and Jungsoon Yoo)    
  II.435:  Adaptive, Assessment-Based Educational Games (Diego Zapata-Rivera)    
Thursday, June 17, 2010 Rangos 1 Rangos 2 McKenna-Peter-Wright
  Educational Data Mining 2 (Kalina Yacef) Natural Language Interaction 2 (Carolyn Rosé) Authoring Tools and Theoretical Synthesis (Stephen Blessing)
1:00 PM II.31:  Enhancing the Automatic Generation of Hints with Expert Seeding (Stamper, Barnes, Croy) II.51:  Persuasive Dialogues in an Intelligent Tutoring System for Medical Diagnosis (Rahati and Kabanza) II.92:  An Authoring Tool to Support the Design and Use of Theory-Based Collaborative Learning Activities (Isotani, Mizoguchi, Isotani, Capeli, Isotani, de Albuquerque)
1:25 PM II.41:  Learning What Works in ITS from Non-traditional Randomized Controlled Trial Data (Pardos, Dailey, Heffernan) II.62:  Predicting Student Knowledge Level from Domain-Independent Function and Content Words (Williams and D'Mello) II.103:  How to Build Bridges between Intelligent Tutoring System Subfields of Research (Pavlik and Toth)
1:50 PM   II.72:  KSC-PaL:  A Peer Learning Agent (Kersey, Di Eugenio, Jordan, Katz)  
COFFEE BREAK 2:15 PM      
      Collaborative and Group Learning 2 (Chee-Kit Looi) Intelligent Games 2 (Kurt VanLehn) Intelligent Tutoring and Scaffolding 2 (Joseph Beck)
2:45 PM II.113:  Recognizing Dialogue Content in Student Collaborative Conversation (Dragon, Floryan, Woolf, Murray) II.144:  Virtual Humans with Secrets:  Learning to Detect Verbal Cues to Deception (Lane, Schneider, Michael, Albrechtsen, Meissner) II.178:  Collaborative Lecturing by Human and Computer Tutors (D'Mello, Hays, Williams, Cade, Brown, Olney)
3:10 PM II.123:  Supporting Learners' Self-organization:  An Exploratory Study (Moguel, Tchounikine, Tricot) I.165:  Facial Expressions and Politeness Effect in Foreign Language Training System (Wang, Johnson, Gratch) II.188:  Computational Workflows for Assessing Student Learning (Ma, Shaw, Kim)
3:35 PM II.134:  Exploring the Effectiveness of Social Capabilities and Goal Alignment in Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (Ai, Kumar, Nguyen, Nagasunder, Rosé) II.166:  Integrating Learning and Engagement in Narrative-Centered Learning Environments (Rowe, Shores, Mott, Lester) II.198:  Predictors of Transfer of Experimental Design Skills in Elementary and Middle School Children (Siler, Klahr, Magaro, Willows, Mowery)
BREAK   4:00 PM      
McConomy Auditorium 4:30 PM Panel on ITS research, achievements and challenges:  an international perspective
5:45 PM   Awards and Closing  
BREAK   6:00 PM      
Phipps Conservatory 6:30 PM Conference Banquet +  Invited Talk by Stephen Ritter:  Riding the Third Wave
    10:30 PM      
Friday, June 18, 2010 Rangos 1 Rangos 2 McKenna-Peter-Wright
BREAKFAST   7:00 AM      
    8:30 AM Workshop: Workshop: Workshop:
COFFEE BREAK 9:45 AM      
    10:15 AM Intelligent Tutoring Technologies for Ill-Defined Problems and Ill-Defined Domains  Question Generation Culturally-Aware Tutoring Systems 
LUNCH BREAK 12:30 PM      
    2:00 PM (continued) (continued) Workshop  CANCELLED:
COFFEE BREAK 3:45 PM      
    4:15 PM Intelligent Tutoring Technologies for Ill-Defined Problems and Ill-Defined Domains  Question Generation Supporting the Social Inclusion of Communities with Adaptive Learning Media
6:00 PM