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Dual Eye Tracking as a Tool to Assess Collaboration

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Dual Eye Tracking as a Tool to Assess Collaboration
Abstract. In working towards unraveling the mechanisms of productive collaborative learning, dual eye tracking, a method where two people’s eyes are tracked as they collaborate on a task, is a potentially helpful tool to identify moments when students are collaborating effectively. However, we are only beginning to understand how eye gaze relates to effective collaborative learning and how it fits in with other data streams. In this paper, we present three broad areas of analysis where we believe dual eye tracking will promote our understanding of collaborative learning. These areas are: (a) How eye gaze is associated with other communication measures, (b) how eye gaze is associated with task features, and (c) how eye gaze relates to learning outcomes. We present exploratory analyses in each of the three areas using a dataset of 28 4th and 5th grade dyads working on an Intelligent Tutoring System for fractions. Our analyses illustrate how dual eye tracking could be used in conjunctio...
Jennifer K. Olsen, Michael A. Ringenberg, Vincent
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Type Journal
Year 2015
Where AIED
Authors Jennifer K. Olsen, Michael A. Ringenberg, Vincent Aleven, Nikol Rummel
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