Philippe Dessus All My Papers Are At pdessus.fr

Philippe Dessus All My Papers Are At pdessus.fr
Université Grenoble Alpes · LaRAC (EA 602) - Laboratoire de recherche sur les apprentissages en contexte

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Philippe Dessus (http://pdessus.fr) currently works at the LaRAC (EA 602) - Laboratoire de recherche sur les apprentissages en contexte, Université Grenoble Alpes. Philippe does research in Educational Technology and Cognitive Science. His current project is 'ReaderBench.'
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Les récentes avancées en traitement et analyse du signal ont permis de créer de nouvelles manières d'instrumenter l'observation et l'analyse des événements scolaires, et donc de recueillir de nouveaux types de preuves des pratiques d'enseignement ou d'apprentissage. Cet article en recense certains en se fondant sur le cadre d'analyse de l'apprentis...
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Theory and studies support that educational quality may differ according to socio-political context even in states with similar cultures. Based on a secondary analysis of data, this study aims at identifying latent profiles of adult–child interaction quality in groups of three-year-old children in Quebec’s (Canada) early childhood centers and Franc...
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Theory and studies support that educational quality may differ according to socio-political context even in states with similar cultures. Based on a secondary analy-sis of data, this study aims at identifying latent profiles of adult–child interaction quality in groups of three-year-old children in Quebec’s (Canada) early childhood centers and Fran...
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Early childhood is widely regarded as a critical period for children’s development and academic success (April et al. 2018; Bouchard et al. 2017). In fact, the child’s brain development is highly affected by new experiences (Simard et al. 2013; Yoshikawa et al. 2013), making high-quality educational environments paramount in fostering children’s su...
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This paper introduces to Class-Card, a role-playing simulation allowing pre-service teachers to experience a large part of the instructional process, from planning, to post-active phases. The players first have to perform a cognitive analysis of the learning tasks of a lesson, then they are faced with disruptive events they react on, guided by theo...
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Research Framework: This quantitative comparative study uses the conceptual framework of Bronfenbrenner’s ecological model. Objectives: The study compares quality levels of adult-child interactions and structural quality (regulation, ratio, training) of early childhood education services for 3-year-olds in Quebec and France. Methodology: The study...
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This article presents our unimodal privacy-safe and non-individual proposal for the audio-video group emotion recognition subtask at the Emotion Recognition in the Wild (EmotiW) Challenge 2020. This sub challenge aims to classify in the wild videos into three categories: Positive, Neutral and Negative. Recent deep learning models have shown tremend...
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This article presents our unimodal privacy-safe and non-individual proposal for the audio-video group emotion recognition subtask at the Emotion Recognition in the Wild (EmotiW) Challenge 2020 1. This sub challenge aims to classify in the wild videos into three categories: Positive, Neutral and Negative. Recent deep learning models have shown treme...
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La recherche en ingénierie éducative (instructional design) a jusqu’à présent été riche en théories et applications d’une grande puissance prescriptive et centrées principalement sur l’enseignant. En revanche elle paraît manquer encore de travaux rendant compte de l’activité de l’enseignant et de l’apprenant en contexte, donc avec une dimension des...
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Should Big Teacher be watching you? The Teaching Lab project at Grenoble Alpes University proposes recommendations for designing smart classrooms with ethical considerations taken into account.
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In this paper we present results from recent experiments that suggest that chess players associate emotions to game situations and reactively use these associations to guide search for planning and problem solving. We describe the design of an instrument for capturing and interpreting multimodal signals of humans engaged in solving challenging prob...
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In this paper we present results from recent experiments that suggest that chess players associate emotions to game situations and reactively use these associations to guide search for planning and problem solving. We describe the design of an instrument for capturing and interpreting multimodal signals of humans engaged in solving challenging prob...
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Learning a new language is a difficult endeavor, the main encountered problem being vocabulary acquisition. The learning process can be improved through visual representations of coherent contexts, best represented in serious games. The game described in this paper, Semantic Boggle, is a serious game that exercises vocabulary. It is based on the tr...
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Assessing textual complexity is a difficult, but important endeavor, especially for adapting learning materials to students’ and readers’ levels of understanding. With the continuous growth of information technologies spanning through various research fields, automated assessment tools have become reliable solutions to automatically assessing textu...
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Starting from the presumption that writing style is proven to be a reliable predictor of comprehension, this paper investigates the extent to which textual complexity features of nurse students’ essays are related to the scores they were given. Thus, forty essays about case studies on infectious diseases written in French language were analyzed usi...
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L’OCDE indique que la France doit faire face à différents défis afin d’améliorer son système éducatif, notamment le développement de pratiques pédagogiques pre- nant en compte les particularités de chaque apprenant (1). De nombreuses recherches démontrent l’efficacité de l’évaluation formative pour relever ce défi (2). « L'évaluation formative se r...
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Nous décrivons un prototype de Manuel ouvert, online et massif (MOOT) auquel on peut intégrer diverses fonctionnalités utilisant des techniques de Traitement automatique de la langue, afin de promouvoir l'apprentissage auto-régulé. Nous discutons également de l'intérêt de disposer de ressources largement ouvertes, accessibles et flexibles dans l'en...
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The task of tagging papers with semantic metadata in order to analyze their relatedness represents a good foundation for a paper recommender system. The analysis from this paper extends from previous research in order to create a graph of papers from a specific domain with the purpose of determining each article’s importance within the considered c...
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This study aims at investigating which cues teachers detect and process from their students during instruction. This information capturing process depends on teachers’ sensitivity, or awareness, to students’ needs, which has been recognized as crucial for classroom management. We recorded the gaze behaviors of two pre-service teachers and two exper...
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In this paper we introduce the online version of our ReaderBench framework, which includes multilingual comprehension-centered web services designed to address a wide range of individual and collaborative learning scenarios, as follows. First, students can be engaged in reading a course material, then eliciting their understanding of it; the readin...
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L’objectif général de cette recherche est de mieux comprendre l’évolution de la motivation des élèves en début de scolarité obligatoire (cours préparatoire) tout en interrogeant les facteurs sur lesquels il est possible d’intervenir afin d’influencer le niveau de motivation et son évolution au cours de l’année, tels que la qualité de la relation él...
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As Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) gains a broader usage, the need for automated tools capable of supporting tutors in the time-consuming process of analyzing conversations becomes more pressing. Moreover, collaboration, which presumes the intertwining of ideas or points of view among participants, is a central element of dialogue...
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The annotation of articles from a given domain and the generation of semantic metadata can be considered a reliable foundation for creating a paper recommender system. Within this paper, the models from other previous researches are extended with the capability of visualizing articles and the most important concepts from a domain within imposed tim...
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Comprehension among young students represents a key component of their formation throughout the learning process. Moreover, scaffolding students as they learn to coherently link information, while organically constructing a solid knowledge base, is crucial to students’ development, but requires regular assessment and progress tracking. To this end,...
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Each domain, along with its knowledge base, changes over time and every timeframe is centered on specific topics that emerge from different ongoing research projects. As searching for relevant resources is a time-consuming process, the automatic extraction of the most important and relevant articles from a domain becomes essential in supporting res...
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As Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) becomes increasingly adopted as an alternative to classic educational scenarios, we face an increasing need for automatic tools designed to support tutors in the time consuming process of analyzing conversations and interactions among students. Therefore, building upon a cohesion-based model of th...
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As Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) becomes increasingly adopted as an alternative to classic educational scenarios, we face an increasing need for automatic tools designed to support tutors in the time consuming process of analyzing conversations and interactions among students. Therefore, building upon a cohesion-based model of th...
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Instructional process management (encompassing instructional design and classroom management) is known to be very complex, mainly due to its context and the large and diverse amount of knowledge driving it: content knowledge, pedagogical knowledge (PK), curriculum knowledge, knowledge of learners and their characteristics, knowledge of educational...
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ReaderBench is an automated software framework designed to support both students and tutors by making use of text mining techniques, advanced natural language processing, and social network analysis tools. ReaderBench is centered on comprehension prediction and assessment based on a cohesion-based representation of the discourse applied on differen...
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As an editorial to this special issue, we pinpoint some ways on how visual representations of educational processes can help analyzing these processes, and in turn lead to designing of new tools informed by interdisciplinary research.
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Research efforts in terms of automatic textual complexity analysis are mainly focused on English vocabulary and few adaptations exist for other languages. Starting from a solid base in terms of discourse analysis and existing textual complexity assessment model for English, we introduce a French model trained on 200 documents extracted from school...
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In order to build coherent textual representations, readers use cognitive procedures and processes referred to as reading strategies; these specific procedures can be elicited through self-explanations in order to improve understanding. In addition, when faced with comprehension difficulties, learners can invoke regulation processes, also part of r...
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As Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) gains a broader usage as a viable alternative to classic educational scenarios, the need for automated tools capable of supporting tutors in the time consuming process of analyzing conversations becomes more stringent. Moreover, in order to fully explore the benefits of such scenarios, a clear dem...
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PREAMBULE 3 1. INTRODUCTION 6 1RE PARTIE : ELEMENTS THEORIQUES 7 1. LE CHOIX DE LA TACHE 8 2. LES RETROACTIONS PAR INFORMATIQUE : QUELQUES PHASES PRINCIPALES 9 3. LES RETROACTIONS : GUIDAGE ET EVALUATION 11 4. DIFFERENTES FORMES DE FEEDBACK 12 2E PARTIE : LES QUESTIONNAIRES A CHOIX MULTIPLE 14 5. LES QUESTIONNAIRES A CHOIX MULTIPLE : BREF HISTORIQU...
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Self-explanations are verbalizations that readers give to themselves while reading a text, in order to better understand it. Our implemented system is designed for automatically analyzing self-explanations in order to allow teachers to better grasp the comprehension of pupils of the previously read materials. Our method uses specific natural langua...
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The chapter introduces ReaderBench, a multi-lingual and flexible environment that integrates text mining technologies for assessing a wide range of learners' productions and for supporting teachers in several ways. ReaderBench offers three main functionalities in terms of text analysis: cohesion-based assessment, reading strategies identification a...
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Smart communities are at the heart of social innovation. Based on networks of people and knowledge, these communities are able to foster social knowledge building. Moreover, this social knowledge building process may produce through interaction more adequate and improved decision-making processes; focusing on work, learning, or policy definition. S...
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In this chapter, we introduce Apex 2.1 (i.e., Assistant for Preparing EXams), a prototype system that provides automated feedback to e-learning students regarding the summaries they wrote about the courses they attended. At first, we present some theoretical underpinnings on how the system has been designed, and then we detail Apex 2.1 architecture...
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Laboratoire de linguistique et didactique des langues étrangères et maternelles, University Grenoble Alpes, BP 25, 38040, Grenoble, France
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Self-explanations elicited during reading capture the reading strategies used on-line by readers. In this paper, we first describe the results obtained with 79 children from grade 3 to 5 that self-explained during reading a narrative text. Afterwards, we present ReaderBench, a system that automatically assesses the reading strategies. Correlations...
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Starting from dialogism in which every act is perceived as a dialogue, we shift the perspective towards multi-participant chat conversations from Computer Supported Collaborative Learning in which ideas, points of view or more generally put voices interact, inter-animate and generate the context of a conversation. Within this perspective of discour...
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ReaderBench is a multi-purpose, multi-lingual and flexible environment that enables the assessment of a wide range of learners’ productions and their manipulation by the teacher. ReaderBench allows the assessment of three main textual features: cohesion-based assessment, reading strategies identification and textual complexity evaluation, which hav...
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La technique des auto-explications permet de saisir les stratégies de compréhension utilisées pendant la lecture. Nous détaillons ici les résultats obtenus avec cette technique auprès de 79 élèves de Cycle 3. Nous présentons ensuite ReaderBench, un système qui diagnostique le type des tratégies mises en œuvre. Une validation à partir des corrélatio...