(June 2021) Our ISLS paper was nominated for Best Design Paper!

(April 2021) Our paper on anticipatory diagrammatic self-explanation has been accepted to CogSci 2021! Preprint.

(April 2021) We will be at ED Games Expo! Here’s our entry.

(Dec 2020) Our work on worked examples has been accepted to the SRCD conference!

(Dec 2020) Won the Fred Mulder Open Education Practice Award!

(Nov 2020) Gave a talk at Keio Univ.

(Nov 2020) Won an AECT award!

(Nov 2020) Presented at OpenEd20

(Oct 2020) Made a tape diagram template (available under CC-BY-NC)

(Aug 2020) Gave a talk at ICU

OER & Teaching Resources

Teaching materials (CC BY-NC-SA)

The two slides below are teaching materials that I made for the graduate-level course, “Interactive Data Science” at Carnegie Mellon University.

Controlled Experiments
Data from Experiments

Teaching resources for middle-school algebra (CC BY-NC)

The two resources below are Open Educational Materials for teaching algebra with tape diagrams. Both are free to use for any non-commercial purposes.

Tape diagram template in Google slides
Tape diagram generation tool

Detailed description about the work above was presented at the Open Education Conference in 2020. Please visit this page to see more.

Open Educational Resources developed in Japan

This following edX course is a MOOC created fully based on openly-licensed materials.