This interactive workshop will target researchers in Learning Sciences and Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning interested in using FROG in their research, as well as instructors or teachers interested in using FROG in their teaching. Participants will get accounts on a public FROG instance (we can also help anyone interested to install a local copy, and participate in development). We will go through how to design collaborative scripts, configure the rich activities, connect activities with operators, use algorithms to support the learning flow, and run the designed scenario with students, using dashboards and orchestration actions to support the class process.
Upon completion of the workshop, participants will be able to design and run a variety of scenarios with their own students, or in research contexts, and will also have had an opportunity to reflect upon new ways of representing collaborative scripts, and making learning analytics algorithms and visualizations available to normal teachers.
Dr. Stian Håklev grew up in Norway, and have also spent significant time working and studying in Italy, Sweden, China, Indonesia and Mexico. His undergraduate degree was in International Development Studies at University of Toronto at Scarborough, during which he spent a year working for CARE International in Indonesia, and his honor's thesis is about the community library movement in Indonesia. For more detail about Dr. Stian Håklev, please visit http://reganmian.net/blog/about-me/.