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SD-CAM 2016 - First International Workshop on Supporting Dynamic Cognitive Affective and Metacognitive Processes (SD-CAM)

Date2016-06-06 - 2016-06-07


VenueZagreb, Croatia Croatia



Topics/Call fo Papers

First International Workshop on Supporting Dynamic Cognitive, Affective, and Metacognitive Processes (SD-CAM)
To take place on June 6th or 7th, 2016 as part of Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2016 in Zagreb, Croatia.
Theme: It’s time to focus on time. Specifically, the theoretical, methodological, and analytical considerations involved in accurately measuring and effectively adapting to leaners’ evolving cognitive, affective, and metacognitive (CAM) processes over time. This workshop on supporting dynamic (SD-) CAM processes will foster interdisciplinary discussion on these critical psychological processes for learning that have broad applications to academic and applied research (e.g., medical simulation, video game, aerospace, etc.). Dynamic CAM data has not yet been harnessed, however, and requires ongoing innovation through collaborative problem solving between research groups and disciplines with different skillsets in order to resolve a myriad of open questions: Are our existing theoretical assumptions sufficient to guide research questions? What does agreement or disagreement between methods for a common CAM process mean? What limitations currently exist in measuring different CAM processes over time and are their ways to circumvent them? What sampling frequencies are most appropriate for measuring CAM processes over time? What happens to CAM processes over time? Are there common trajectories? Is there a common weave to CAM trajectories? And if so, for whom, and under what conditions? Members of the ITS community have made great strides in advancing theoretical, methodological, and analytical solutions, as well as raising attention to the need for more solutions to be sought after. As such, ITS represents an ideal scientific community to focus and deliberate on the topic of time as it relates to CAM processes and explore the below topics in detail.
Papers are requested on the below topics of interest:
? CAM transitions / traces / trajectories
? Relationship of context and stimuli / object foci to different temporal CAM patterns
? Temporal characteristics of CAM data
? Duration of CAM processes
? Sensors (EDA, EEG, Eye-tracking)
? Behavioural Data (posture, facial expressions)
? Latency of different methods

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