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   - Section video-taping is happening this week. We will send you a link to your section video by the end of the week. Watch it, and complete the {{:​video.pdf|Section Video Recap Worksheet}} (due 10/12, next week!).   - Section video-taping is happening this week. We will send you a link to your section video by the end of the week. Watch it, and complete the {{:​video.pdf|Section Video Recap Worksheet}} (due 10/12, next week!).
   - Bring your lesson plan notebooks to 375 next week.    - Bring your lesson plan notebooks to 375 next week. 
-  - Look through the abstracts from any of the following conference proceedings. Choose ​at least one paper and answer ​some questions. +  - Look through the abstracts from some of the following conference proceedings. Choose one paper to read (it should be at least four pages long) and answer ​the questions ​at the bottom of this page
-  * Learning @ Scale: mainly focused on learning from MOOCs (massively open online courses), but also includes research ​onusing ​student data to understand aspects of learninghttp://​dl.acm.org/​citation.cfm?​id=2876034 +  * Learning @ Scale: mainly focused on learning from MOOCs (massively open online courses), but also includes research ​on using student data to understand aspects of learninghttp://​dl.acm.org/​citation.cfm?​id=2876034 
-  * ICLS: International Conference of the Learning Sciences, top research conference in the field and mainly focuses on STEM education, includes some research in higher educationhttps://​www.isls.org/​icls/​2016/​index.html (see proceedings,​ volumes 1 & 2 on homepage) +  * ICLS: International Conference of the Learning Sciences, top research conference in the field and mainly focuses on STEM education, includes some research in higher educationhttps://​www.isls.org/​icls/​2016/​index.html (see proceedings,​ volumes 1 & 2 on homepage) 
-  * NARST: National Association of Research in Science Teaching, mainly focused on practitioners and research that comes from classrooms or is being applied to classroomshttp://​narst.org/​annualconference/​2016_Narst_International_Conference_Program.pdf +  * NARST: National Association of Research in Science Teaching, mainly focused on practitioners and research that comes from classrooms or is being applied to classroomshttp://​narst.org/​annualconference/​2016_Narst_International_Conference_Program.pdf 
-  * EDM: Educational Data Mining, mainly focused on machine learning as a method for using data to understand student learninghttp://​www.educationaldatamining.org/​EDM2016/​proceedings/​edm2016_proceedings.pdf +  * EDM: Educational Data Mining, mainly focused on machine learning as a method for using data to understand student learninghttp://​www.educationaldatamining.org/​EDM2016/​proceedings/​edm2016_proceedings.pdf 
-  * AIED: Artificial Intelligence in Education, more comprehensive methodology than EDM (including natural language processing) as a means to understand student learninghttp://​www.springer.com/​us/​book/​9783319197722 +  * AIED: Artificial Intelligence in Education, more comprehensive methodology than EDM (including natural language processing) as a means to understand student learninghttp://​www.springer.com/​us/​book/​9783319197722 
-  * AERA: American Educational Research Association,​ the biggest conference for presenting new work in all areas of education (including higher education, STEM education, etc.), but the proceedings are a pain to sift throughhttp://​www.aera.net/​Publications/​Online-Paper-Repository/​AERA-Online-Paper-Repository+  * AERA: American Educational Research Association,​ the biggest conference for presenting new work in all areas of education (including higher education, STEM education, etc.), but the proceedings are a pain to sift throughhttp://​www.aera.net/​Publications/​Online-Paper-Repository/​AERA-Online-Paper-Repository 
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 +Answer these questions about your articles: 
 +  * What is the title? 
 +  * What were the main take-aways (conclusions) from the article? 
 +  * What methods did the authors use to come to their conclusions?​ 
 +  * Do you agree with the conclusions?​ What critiques do you have about the paper? 
 +  * What did you find most interesting about your article or about the proceedings in general?