Tentative program of parallel session 2

as of 4:00pm, June 16, 2011 (HKT)

Papers with special characters below its paper ID are nominated for the following awards:

* Best Student Paper
# Best Research Paper
Best Design Paper

July 6, 2011, Wednesday

Parallel session 2:
Short papers / Interactive events
Short paper session 1: Knowledge Building
Chair: Friedrich Hesse, KMRC
Venue: LE2, Library Extension Building
Divergent and Convergent Knowledge Processes on Wikipedia
Iassen Halatchliyski, Joachim Kimmerle, Ulrike Cress
Evaluation by Grade 5 and 6 Students of the Promisingness of Ideas in Knowledge-Building Discourse
Bodong Chen, Maria Chuy, Monica Resendes, Marlene Scardamalia, Carl Bereiter
Characterizing Knowledge Building Discourse
Jennifer Yeo, Jing Wu
Some Discourse Mechanisms for Knowledge Advancement in a CSCL Context
Ming Lai, Nancy Law
Dimensions of Social Interactions Contributing to Knowledge Construction and Building in an Online Learning Community
Victor Law, Xun Ge, Deniz Eseryel
Short paper session 2: Learning activities and tools
Chair: Frode Gruibye, University of Bergen
Venue: LE3, Library Extension Building
Case-based learning in a virtual professional training — Collaborative problem solving activities and outcomes
Birgitta Kopp, Melanie Hasenbein, Heinz Mandl
Online Smart "Discussion Forum" — An environment for an Effective Task-based Collaborative Discussion among the Adult Learners
Nantha Kumar Subramaniam, Abdullah Mohd Zin, Sufian Idris
Collaborating in a Virtual Engineering Internship
Cynthia D’Angelo, Golnaz Arastoopour, Naomi Chesler, David Williamson Shaffer
Designing, orchestrating and evaluating inter-professional collaboration in a scripted 3D learning space for vocational education
Raija Hamalainen, Kimmo Oksanen
Learning with Prediction Markets: An Experimental Study
Cali Ellis, Rahul Sami
Co-design of Collaborative Collective Knowledge Environment
Elizabeth S. Charles, Mike Tissenbaum, Chris Whittaker, Michelle Lui, Michael Dugdale, James D. Slotta
Short paper session 3: Learning interactions
Chair: Hans Spada, University of Freiburg
Venue: LE6, Library Extension Building
Emerging Tensions in the Future of Technology-Enhanced Learning: First Results of an International Delphi Study
Celia Kaendler, Christine Plesch, Anne Deiglmayr, Dejana Mullins, Nikol Rummel, Hans Spada
An Integrated Approach for the Enactment of Collaborative Pedagogical Scripts Using Mobile Technologies
Marcelo Milrad, Dan Kohen-Vacs, Bahtijar Vogel, Miky Ronen, Arianit Kurti
The design and investigation of a web-based synchronous and asynchronous peer feedback mechanism
Eleni A. Kyza, Georgia Michael, Costas P. Constantinou
An Execution Semantics to Support Flexibility in Collaborative Learning Scripts
Roberto Perez-Rodriguez, Manuel Caeiro-Rodriguez
PeerSpace: An Online Peer Collaborative Learning Environment for First Year Computer Science Students
Cen Li, Zhijiang Dong, Roland Untch, Nathan Reale, Michael Chasteen
The Role of Different Narratives in Recognizing Peer Expertise in Collaborative Programming Projects
Deborah Fields, Yasmin Kafai
Short paper session 4: Technology-enhanced interactions & analysis
Chair: Carolyn Rose, Carnegie Mellon University
Venue: LE7, Library Extension Building
The impact of interaction analysis graphs on groups during online collaboration through blogs according to the "learning by design" scenario
Georgios Fesakis, Angelique Dimitracopoulou, Aggelos Palaiodimos
Video Analysis of Learners’ Interactions with the Expert: Using Mobile Devices as Mediating Tools for Learning at a Museum
Susanna Mann, Peter Reimann
Multiple modes of scaffolding to enhance web-based inquiry
Annelies Raes, Tammy Schellens, Bram De Wever, Ellen Vanderhoven
Social Annotating in the Online Margins: Re(designing) an Annotation Tool drawing on Unintended Ways University Students and Faculty Chose to Use It
Eva Bures, Andrew Feenberg, Cindy Xin, Philip Abrami
Investigating Students’ Epistemologies in CSCL discourse through Reflective Judgment Model and Practical Epistemologies
Johnny Yuen
Supporting Collaborative Interaction with Open Learner Models: Existing Approaches and Open Questions
Susan Bull, Ravi Vatrapu
Short paper session 5: Issues in CSCL
Chair: Pierre Dillenbourg, EPFL
Venue: LE8, Library Extension Building
Recommender Systems: A Technology to Foster Individual and Collaborative Learning
J├╝rgen Buder, Christina Schwind
Support by Educators for Knowledge Building in an Organic Social Networking Environment
David James Woo
Group Meaning in Mathematical Discourse: A Multimodal Analysis of PreK Students Using Multi-Touch Virtual Manipulatives
Michael A. Evans, Jesse L.M. (Jay) Wilkins, Andrea Motto, Adrienne Brunger, Jeremy Crider
Privacy, Trust and the Practice of Learning Management Systems
Kai-Uwe Loser, Thomas Herrmann
Virtual Social Competence Instruction for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Beyond the Single-User Experience
Matthew Schmidt, James Laffey, Janine Stichter
Teachers’ interventions and Knowledge Creation in a Master ‘Learning & Innovation for Teachers in Vocational Education’
Frank de Jong, Hennie van Heijst, Lia Spreeuwenberg, Hanneke de Laat
Interactive events session 4: Knowledge building
Venue: LE1 (Hui Pun Hing Lecture Theatre), Library Extension Building
Collaborative Design (CODE) as a Teacher Professional Development Model in Francophone and Anglophone Quebec
Therese Laferriere, Alain Breuleux
Knowledge Building Teacher Network (KBTN) in Hong Kong: Sustaining and Scaling up Knowledge Building through Principle-Based Innovation
Carol Chan, Nancy Law, Diane Hui, Yuen Han Fung, the KBTN Team
Interactive events session 5: Technology & pedagogy co-design
Venue: LE4, Library Extension Building
Orchestrating Collaborative Science Curriculum Across Formal and Informal Contexts
Mike Tissenbaum, Michelle Lui, James D. Slotta
Interactive events session 6: CSCL in school subjects
Venue: LE5, Library Extension Building
Using Google Sites in collaborative inquiry project-based learning
Samuel Kai Wah Chu

Also see other sessions

July 6, 2011, Wednesday

Parallel session 1: Long papers / Interactive events
Parallel session 2: Short papers / Interactive events
Parallel session 3: Symposia / Interactive events
Poster session 1 & reception (Reception to start at 18:45)

July 7, 2011, Thursday

Parallel session 4: Long papers / Symposia / Interactive events
Parallel session 5: Invited presidential sessions / Symposia / Interactive events
Parallel session 6: Long papers / Interactive events
Poster session 2

July 8, 2011, Friday

Parallel session 7: Short papers / Interactive events
Parallel session 8: Long papers / Symposia / Interactive events
Last modified on June 16, 2011