Publications


  • Isotani, S., McLaren, B.M., &  Altman, M. (2010). Towards intelligent tutoring with erroneous examples: A taxonomy of decimal misconceptions.  In V. Aleven, J. Kay, J. Mostow (Eds.), Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS-2010). Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 6094 (pp. 346-348). Berlin: Springer.   [ pdf ]

  • Goguadze, G., Sosnovsky, S., Isotani, S., & McLaren, B.M. (2011).  Evaluating a bayesian student model of decimal misconceptions.  In M. Pechenizkiy,  T. Calders,  C. Conati,  S. Ventura,  C. Romero,  &  J. Stamper (Eds.), Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Educational Data Mining (EDM 2011). (pp. 301-306). ISBN: 978-90-386-2537-9.   [ pdf ]

  • McLaren, B.M. & Isotani, S. (2011).  When is it best to learn with all worked examples?  In G. Biswas,  S. Bull,  J. Kay,  &  A. Mitrovic (Eds.), Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED-2011). Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 6738.  (pp. 222-229).   Berlin: Springer.     [ pdf ]

  • Isotani, S., Adams, D.,  Mayer, R.E.,  Durkin, K.,  Rittle-Johnson, B., & McLaren, B.M. (2011).  Can erroneous examples help middle-school students learn decimals?  In C. Kloos, D. Gillet, R. C. Garcia, F. Wild &  M. Wolpers (Eds.): Towards Ubiquitous Learning:  Sixth European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning:   (EC-TEL-2011). Lecture Notes in Computer Science 6964 (pp. 181-195). Springer Berlin / Heidelberg.   [ pdf ]

  • Goguadze, G., Sosnovsky, S.,  Isotani, S.,  & McLaren, B.M. (2011).  Towards a bayesian student model for detecting decimal misconceptions.  In  T. Hirashima et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE-2011). (pp. 34-41). Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in Education, Chiang Mai, Thailand.   [ pdf ]

  • Adams,  D.,  McLaren  B.M.,  Durkin,  K.,  Mayer,  R.E., Rittle-Johnson, B., Isotani, S., & Van Velsen, M. (2012).  Erroneous examples versus problem solving: Can we improve how middle school students learn decimals? In N.Miyakem, D. Peebles, & R.P. Coppers (Eds.), Proceedings of the 34th Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2012). (pp. 1260-1265).  Sapporo, Japan: Cognitive Science Society.     [ pdf ]   [ Online Citation ]

  • McLaren, B.M.,  Adams, D.,  Durkin, K., Goguadze, G. Mayer, R.E., Rittle-Johnson, B., Sosnovsky, S., Isotani, S., & Van Velsen, M. (2012).  To err is human, to explain and correct is divine: A study of interactive erroneous examples with middle school math students.   In A. Ravenscroft, S. Lindstaedt, C. Delgado Kloos, & D. Hernándex-Leo (Eds.), Proceedings of EC-TEL 2012: Seventh European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning, LNCS 7563 (pp. 222-235). Springer, Berlin.     [ pdf ]

  • Adams, D., McLaren, B.M.,  Mayer, R.E., Goguadze, G., & Isotani, S. (2013).  Erroneous examples as desirable difficulty.  In Lane, H.C., Yacef, K., Mostow, J., & Pavlik, P. (Eds.). Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED 2013).  LNCS 7926 (pp. 803-806). Springer, Berlin.   [ pdf ] 

  • Adams, D., McLaren, B. M., Durkin, K., Mayer, R.E., Rittle-Johnson, B., Isotani, S., &  Van Velsen, M. (2014). Using erroneous examples to improve mathematics learning with a web-based tutoring system.   Computers in Human Behavior, 36C (2014), 401-411. Elsevier.  doi: 10.1016/j.chb.2014.03.053.  [ pdf ]  [ Online Citation ]