The 10th International Conference on Computers on Educational Data Mining and the 18th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education were held last June 25 to 28 and June 29 to July 1 in Wuhan, China. In attendance were six members of the Ateneo Laboratory for the Learning Sciences: Dr. Ma. Mercedes Rodrigo, May Marie P. Talandron, Cristina E. Dumdumaya, Maureen Mamilic-Villamor, Cristina Enriquez and Yancy Paredes.
The following conference papers and poster papers were accepted into the conference and presented that week:1. Characterizing Collaboration in the Pair Program Tracing and Debugging
- Characterizing Collaboration in the Pair Program Tracing and Debugging
Eye-Tracking Experiment by Maureen Villamor and Dr. Rodrigo — short paper,
- Assessing the Collaboration Quality in the Pair Program Tracing and
Debugging Eye-Tracking Experiment by Maureen Villamor, Yancy Vance Paredes, Japeth Duane Samaco, Joanna Feliz Cortez, Joshua Martinez, and Ma. Mercedes Rodrigo – poster, AIED
- Modeling the Incubation Effect among Students Playing an Educational Game
for Physics by May Marie P. Talandron, Ma. Mercedes Rodrigo, and Joseph Beck
– full paper, AIED
- Regional Cultural Differences in How Students Customize Their Avatars in
Technology-Enhanced Learning by Cristina E. Dumadaya, Evelyn Yarzebinski,
Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo, Noboru Matsuda, and Amy Ogan – poster, AIED
- Proficiency and Preference Using Local Language with a Teachable Agent
by Cristina E. Dumadaya, Amy Ogan, Evelyn Yarzebinski, Roberto De Roock, Ma.
Mercedes Rodrigo, and Michelle Banawan – poster, AIED
- Constraint-Based Modelling as a Tutoring Framework for Japanese Honorifics by Zachary Chung, Takehito Utsuro, and Ma. Mercedes Rodrigo – poster, AIED