On October 23rd, 3 members of the research team presented at the for Collaboration for Online Higher Education and Research (COHERE) Conference 2015 which was held at UVic. The presentation, titled “Changing the Landscape of Support: Online tools for Regulation of Collaboration” elicited some great conversation from the audience and was a chance to showcase what the lab has been up to. Good job to Mariel, Shayla and Becca for putting together everything and presenting!
Mariel Miller will be defending her dissertation titled:
“Leveraging CSCL Technology for Supporting and Researching Shared Task Perceptions in Socially Shared Regulation of Learning” on Monday, August 17, 2015 at 9am.
Dr. Allyson Hadwin, Department of Educational Psychology and Leadership Studies, University of Victoria (Supervisor)
Dr. John Anderson, Department of Educational Psychology and Leadership Studies, UVic (Member)
Dr. Sanna Järvelä, University of Oulu (Outside Member)
External Examiner: Dr. Alyssa Wise, Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University
Chair of Oral Examination: Dr. Margaret-Anne Storey, Department of Computer Science, UVic
Our lab is very excited and wishes Mariel the best of luck on her oral examination! We’re all rooting for you!
With just a month until EARLI 2015 in Cyprus, here’s where TIE lab members will be participating!
Session A Symposium: Methodological and Analytical Issues in the use of Multi-Modal SRL Data
Challenges in capturing systematic changes in self-regulated learning by Dr. Lindsay McCardle
Session D Symposium: Variations in regulation of cognitive, motivational and socioemotional processes in collaboration
Challenges in teamwork: Examining the effects of four different planning scripts by Dr. Allyson Hadwin
Session J Symposium: Understanding individual participation to social regulation in collaborative learning
Dr. Allyson Hadwin is the discussant for this symposium.
Session M (Individual Papers): Collaborative and cooperative learning
Comparing the effectiveness of CSCL supports for shared task perceptions in shared regulation by Mariel Miller.
After a trip to Oulu, Finland, Dr. Hadwin returned to the research lab in Victoria with lots of new ideas for research! Her trip was filled with great discussions as well as chances to spend time with the Learning & Educational Technology (LET) Team, which is led by Dr. Sanna Järvelä. Dr. Hadwin had lots of time in the sun thanks to the sun always being out in the summer in Finland!
If you’re interested in learning more about the LET team, check out our page on our Collaborators
Jonathan Rush from the Department of Psychology at the University of Victoria came to give a really interesting and useful talk about intensive repeated measurement designs and analyses. Thanks to Dr. Scott Hofer for lending him to us. Now we have all kinds of ideas for potential collaboration and some new ideas for how to measure aspects of regulation!