(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

Visualizing student errors

One of my projects involves using visual representations for scaffolding learning. I’ve been trying to model a variety of common errors reported by teachers and in prior studies. Would presenting errors to students facilitate deeper conceptual learning? What is the best way to present these? As contrasting cases? Any thoughts and feedback are welcomed!

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