NEWS

(Feb 2021) 3 submissions have been accepted to ISLS2021!

(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

Research Participation/Collaboration

I love hearing from teachers and students (and of course researchers)! I have many research collaboration/participation opportunities for teachers (elementary, middle, and high school math teachers) and students (5th – 8th grade) across the globe. Here is the list of active projects for which I need your help! Feel free to contact me for questions, suggestions, and collaboration ideas.

1-hour interview to help improve the Tape Diagram Generation Tool

Tape Diagram Generation Tool

I am looking for math teachers in the US (any grade level) who could help improve the design and functionalities of this Tape Diagram Generation Tool together. No experience with tape diagrams necessary. We pay $30 Amazon card for your 1-hour interview participation. More info here. Contact me here.

Classroom study to help improve the Tape Diagram Tutor

An Intelligent Tutoring System with Anticipatory Diagrammatic Self-explanation

I am looking for math teachers in any country who could help us improve the tape diagram tutor. We would like to remotely work with your students to conduct an experiment to test the effectiveness of the tutor. Teachers will get customized problem sets and student data. Students will be given an opportunity to contribute to the science of learning. We can flexibly adjust the detail of the study. More info here. Contact me here.

Classroom study to help improve the Drag-and-drop Algebra tutor

"Drag-and-Drop" Equatio-solving Tutor

I am looking for math teachers in any country who could help us improve the “Drag&Drop” algebra tutor. We would like to remotely work with your students to conduct an experiment to test the effectiveness of the tutor. Teachers will get customized problem sets and student data. Students will be given an opportunity to contribute to the science of learning. We have a Spanish version too! More info hereContact me here.

Middle-school students: Share your thoughts about our software!

We are looking for students (5th – 8th grade) who could help us improve the design of a variety of math learning tools we are developing in our lab. We would like to have a 1-hour Zoom session and you will get $12 Amazon card! We want a parent to be present at least for the first 5 min. Teachers — please feel free to share this opportunity widely with your students. Contact me here.