Mattia Alexandre Fritz

Mattia Alexandre Fritz
University of Geneva | UNIGE · Technologies of Formation and Training Unit (TECFA)

Master of Science

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Introduction
PhD student in Psychology, my thesis investigates the factors that determine the adoption, usage and perception of an Emotion Awareness Tool (EAT) in remote Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning. The underlying assumption is that emotions, which influence both cognitive and social phenomena, can represent a useful source of information in distant communication, where information about others is often scarce, upon which learners can build and update an image of their partners. Through the use of the EAT, learners can voluntary share their emotions in real-time and see the emotions of other participants to the collaborative learning task. Integrating this information, I posit, will improve the quality of interaction.
Additional affiliations
February 2019 - present
University of Geneva
Position
  • Research Associate
September 2015 - present
University of Geneva
Position
  • Research Assistant
September 2015 - present
University of Geneva
Position
  • Research Assistant

Publications

Publications (6)
Presentation
Overview of the replication crisis in psychology organized in computational, direct, and conceptual replication. The presentation highlights some problems and proposes some solutions, among which the "Computational Thinking in Social Sciences" project.
Poster
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Poster introducing the learning material about computational thinking in social sciences, created as part of the program "Reinforcing Digital Skills in Education". The material is in French and for beginners. More details available at https://tecfa.unige.ch/proj/ctss/
Poster
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There is a growing consensus in considering learning as the result of cognitive, social and affective interactions. In remote Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL), though, there is a lack of para-verbal cues that are usually available in face-to-face interactions. As a result, socio-emotional information is often limited, if not absent....
Conference Paper
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Cette contribution présente un retour d'expérience sur l'organisation d'un cours de Master en technologies éducatives visant à initier les étudiants à la pensée computationnelle à travers la conception, le développement et le déploiement de petites applications web interactives. Inséré dans un contexte de formation hybride, avec des longues période...
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L'introduction de la conception et la fabrication assistées par ordinateur (CFAO) est préconisée afin de sensibiliser les enfants à la pensée « design » mais également pour introduire divers sujets informatiques de façon plus authentique et ouverte aux disciplines des sciences humaines. La CFAO pédagogique est pour le moment très focalisée sur l'im...
Article
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In the context of citizen cyberscience, creativity is generally thought to be positive and should be encouraged. When volunteers think “outside of the box” they bring their own unique perspectives to scientific problems and generate new ideas. In some cases, creativity can even lead to new scientific discoveries. However there are still many unansw...

Projects

Projects (2)
Project
Récolte de ressources en relation avec le programme "Renforcement des digital skills dans l’enseignement" au sujet de la pensée computationnelle en sciences sociales.
Project
The Dynamic Emotion Wheel (DEW) is a real-time emotion self-report tool, primarily thought as an awareness tool to be used in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning situations. The DEW allows participants to a computer-mediated collaborative task to share their emotions in real time with their partners.