1st Workshop on Technology for Teaching at Scale

At the National University of Singapore's School of Computing

New! The Workshop on Educational and Social Science Technology (WESST 2017) is the successor workshop to this workshop, to be held in July 2017.

With the advent of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), lecture-styled instruction is now more widely available to the masses. Improving from this impactful starting step can take many forms. This workshop will bring together respected educator/technologists to describe their research and issues with deploying computer-assisted technology to higher valued learning activities at scale.

We encourage fellow researchers, educators, innovators, and policymakers from all over SG to attend this event to learn and network with the School's technologists and researchers.

Proceedings of the session may be recorded and made publicly available.

Venue: Executive Classroom (EC) [ Map | Floor Plan ]
COM2 #04-02
13 Computing Drive
National University of Singapore

Date and Time: 13 October 2015 (Tuesday)
12:00 to 17:00

Registration

The event is over. Look for the next edition of the workshop in the future. The workshop is open to the public and free of charge, but you must register in advance due to limited space in the workshop venue.

Programme

Watch the recorded videos on the official YouTube Playlist.

Time Session
Session 1: Keynote
12:00-12:50 Natural Language Processing for Enhancing Teaching and Learning at Scale: Three Case Studies
by Diane J. Litman (University of Pittsburgh, Department of Computer Science and Learning Research & Development Center)
Session 2: Tools
13:00-13:25 Archipelago: Interacting with large classes
by Soo Yuen Jien
13:25-13:50 TEAMMATES: A tool for managing student peer feedback at scale
by Damith Rajapakse
13:50-14:15 Coursemology: Improving Student Engagement with Gamification
by Ben Leong
14:15-14:25 Tea Break -- Venue: Multipurpose Space (COM2 #04-01)
Session 3: Natural Language Aids
14:25-14:50 Grammatical Error Correction: Opportunities and Challenges
by Ng Hwee Tou (NUS NLP)
14:50-15:15 Guest Speaker: Opinion Mining for Understanding Discussion Forums
by Jiang Jing (School of Information Systems, Singapore Management University)
Session 4: Future Classroom
15:15-15:40 Tools and Research to Facilitate Peer Learning and Navigation at Scale
by Chua Soon Hau (NUS HCI)
15:40-16:05 Guest Speaker: Integrating TEL into a Team-Based Learning (TBL) Pedagogy
by Hong Huaqing (CRADLE, NTU)
Session 5: Networking
16:05-17:30 Tea Break -- Venue: Multipurpose Space (COM2 #04-01)

Sponsors

  • Department of Computer Science, School of Computing