Educational Data Mining
Papers from the AAAI Workshop
Joseph E. Beck, Esma Aimeur, and Tiffany Barnes, Cochairs
This workshop focuses on leveraging the ability of computer tutors to record their interactions with students to better understand how to teach students. Computer tutors are capable of recording both longitudinal data, as well as data at a fine-time scale such as mouse clicks and response time data. Using these interactions as a source of data to be mined provides a new view into understanding student learning processes. The objective of this workshop is to bring together researchers working at the intersection of AI and education to discuss how to better understand and learn from the data we are collecting.