Robert GM Hausmann
Robert GM Hausmann
Carnegie Learning, Inc.
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Learning from human tutoring
MTH Chi, SA Siler, H Jeong, T Yamauchi, RG Hausmann
Cognitive science 25 (4), 471-533, 2001
Observing tutorial dialogues collaboratively: Insights about human tutoring effectiveness from vicarious learning
MTH Chi, M Roy, RGM Hausmann
Cognitive science 32 (2), 301-341, 2008
Can a computer interface support self-explaining
RGM Hausmann, MTH Chi
Cognitive Technology 7 (1), 4-14, 2002
Learning from collaborative problem solving: An analysis of three hypothesized mechanisms
RGM Hausmann, MTH Chi, M Roy
Proceedings of the annual meeting of the cognitive science society 26 (26), 2004
Explaining self-explaining: A contrast between content and generation
RGM Hausmann, K VanLehn
Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications 158, 417, 2007
Testing the instructional fit hypothesis: the case of self-explanation prompts
TJ Nokes, RGM Hausmann, K VanLehn, S Gershman
Instructional Science 39 (5), 645-666, 2011
Do radical discoveries require ontological shifts
M Chi, R Hausmann
International handbook on innovation 3, 430-444, 2003
The effect of self-explaining on robust learning
RGM Hausmann, K VanLehn
International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education 20 (4), 303-332, 2010
Revealing the learning in learning curves
RC Murray, S Ritter, T Nixon, R Schwiebert, RGM Hausmann, B Towle, ...
International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, 473-482, 2013
The design of self-explanation prompts: The fit hypothesis
RGM Hausmann, TJ Nokes, K VanLehn, S Gershman
Proceedings of the 31st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society …, 2009
Shall we explain? Augmenting learning from intelligent tutoring systems and peer collaboration
RGM Hausmann, B Sande, K VanLehn
International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 636-645, 2008
Are self-explaining and coached problem solving more effective when done by pairs of students than alone?
RGM Hausmann, B van de Sande, K VanLehn
arXiv preprint arXiv:0805.4223, 2008
What’s in a step? Toward general, abstract representations of tutoring system log data
K VanLehn, KR Koedinger, A Skogsholm, A Nwaigwe, RGM Hausmann, ...
International Conference on User Modeling, 455-459, 2007
Why do elaborative dialogs lead to effective problem solving and deep learning
RGM Hausmann
28th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 1465-1469, 2006
Collaborative dialog while studying worked-out examples
RGM Hausmann, TJ Nokes, K VanLehn, B Van De Sande
Artificial intelligence in education, 596-598, 2009
Self-explaining in the classroom: Learning curve evidence
RGM Hausmann, K VanLehn
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 29 (29), 2007
Elaborative and critical dialog: Two potentially effective problem-solving and learning interactions
RGM Hausmann
University of Pittsburgh, 2005
Exploring alternative methods for error attribution in learning curves analysis in intelligent tutoring systems
A Nwaigwe, KR Koedinger, K Vanlehn, R Hausmann, A Weinstein
Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications 158, 246, 2007
Trialog: How Peer Collaboration Helps Remediate Errors in an ITS.
RGM Hausmann, B Van De Sande, K VanLehn
FLAIRS Conference, 415-420, 2008
Dependency-sensitive syllabus editor
S Bartle, D Dengler, R Hausmann, K Petsche
US Patent App. 14/606,984, 2016
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