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Video from AERA 2015

These are the videos captured during the AERA 2015 Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois. 

These videos show how to create a study. You can still see the invitation for the event. 

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This video is an introduction of who was at the workshop starting with Cristina Heffernan and Jim Pellegrino.

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Cristina explains an existing RCT and provides a tour of ASSISTments.

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Cristina explains data files available to researchers.

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Neil Heffernan explains a bit about the data researchers receive.

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Candace Walkington at SMU looked at readability of math story problems.

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Joseph Jay Williams explains various experimental design and working with teachers.

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Cristina shows a study called PSATZEJ (12).

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Cristina explains the difference between a Skill Builder and a Non-skill Builder. She also shows how researchers can turn on the feature to be able to create a study. 

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Experiments can be delivery via a Learner Management Systems.

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An example of a study by by a graduate student of Jim Pellegrino's. 

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An example of a study present by a graduate student of David Uttal's from Northwestern. This study examines "spatial" versus "analytical" thinking.

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This last video shows how we had scientists in the presentation play student and all participate in a study. We did not video the whole thing, but minutes after they did participate, they all signed up to get an email of a data dump, so they could analyze the data. 

We call this our "cool parlor trick" as we think its really cool!  All the researcher were excited to see how simple it was for them to get the data for everyone in the room.

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