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DMTL 2019 : Travel Stipends available to NSF-sponsored Workshop on Digitally-Mediated Team Learning

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Link: https://www.digital-learning-teams.com/
 
When Mar 31, 2019 - Apr 2, 2019
Where Orlando FL USA
Submission Deadline Jan 15, 2019
Notification Due Feb 15, 2019
Final Version Due Mar 1, 2019
Categories    learning   teaching   education   artificial intelligence
 

Call For Papers

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
National Science Foundation (NSF) Sponsored Workshop on Digitally-Mediated Team Learning

*** 50 TRAVEL STIPENDS are available to U.S. citizens/residents: please see website to apply ***

Workshop Website:
http://digital-learning-teams.com

Synthesis and Design Workshop on
Digitally-Mediated Team Learning
March 31 – April 2, 2019
Orlando, FL

Submission
Up to 3-page Position Abstract.

Poster Session
There will be a Poster session including award recognition.

Important Dates
* January 15, 2019: Early Stipend Consideration - Position Abstract and Expertise Profile submission for early consideration of a travel stipend.
* January 31, 2019: Stipend Request Deadline - Position Abstract and Expertise Profile submission deadline to receive consideration for a travel stipend.
* February 15, 2019: Non-Stipend and Poster Commitment Deadline - Expertise Profile submission deadline for those who are not requesting a travel stipend. Poster presentation request deadline.

Overview
This workshop aims to identify and prioritize research directions by examining existing and next-generation approaches to DMTL for selected foci within research on computer-supported collaborative learning. During the two-and-a-half day workshop, participants will be afforded opportunities to participate in a poster session, keynote, panel session, technical breakout sessions, and action committees. Workshop participants contribute to a White Paper defining 1/3/5+ year research plans requested by NSF.
Participation & Track Organization
This workshop is open to all researchers, educators, and industry developers advancing transformative pedagogical approaches for technology-enhanced team learning within STEM disciplines. In addition to the common activities, the workshop will operate four concurrent tracks:
1) Facilitating Team Learning in Real-time via Online Technologies:
* Online instructional environments for engaging, observing, and assessing collaborative learning
* IDT for STEM design and problem-solving teams in-situ
* Student-Facing and Instructor-Facing support


3) Supporting Digital Teams using Active Pedagogical Strategies:
* Underpinning team activity in STEM classroom settings via cognitive science
* Exploring andragogical and pedagogical methods and strategies
* Intrinsic/Extrinsic Incentivization leading to actionable lesson plans.
2) Collaborative Learning via Analytics:
* Data-mining of assessments for automated optimization of team composition
* Collecting and leveraging of real-time observations of participation and dynamically identifying learners’ needs
* Back-end reporting of learning outcomes

4) Empowering Equitable Participation in DMTL
* Fostering collaborative digital learning approaches that broaden participation among underserved/underrepresented populations
* Investigating the role of Socially-Agnostic participation in team learning environments

Workshop Website: http://digital-learning-teams.com


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