ITLS Professors Attend, Present at, and Collaborate at CSCL

Many of the Utah State Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences professors spent the week in Philadelphia attending the 12th International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL).

ITLS Professors at CSCL


Dr. Brian Belland and Dr. Nam Ju Kim presented on problem based learning and high school students. They discussed concepts such as scaffolding, information literacy, collaboration, and argumentation. See a full summary of the presentation.

Dr. Breanne Litts and her associates from the University of Pennsylvania presented on pair programing: students are placed in pairs and switch between guiding and writing code. See a full summary of the presentation.

Dr. Breanne Litts and the L.E.D. Lab conducted a workshop on working with ARIS to teach computational thinking. See a full summary of the workshop.

Dr. Yanghee Kim presented on research she conducted on Kindergarten students learning English. Her research specifically focussed on culturally and linguistically diverse Kindergarten students developing positive self-images as learners through interaction with robots. You can read more about Dr. Kim's research here.

Dr. Victor Lee and Dr. Deborah Fields also presented at the symposium. Dr. Lee presented with Abigail Phillips.


Deborah Fields in front of her poster
Dr. Fields with her symposium poster

Victor Lee presenting at the conference
Dr. Lee presenting

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