International Consortium for Innovation and Collaboration in Learning Engineering

2023 ICICLE Conference on Learning Engineering

ICICLE’s Learning Engineering conference included expert-led presentations, panels, interactive sessions, and technology showcase sessions. Practitioners, scholars and students of learning engineering, learning science, learning technologies, learning analytics, human-centered design, organizational learning, psychometrics, data instrumentation and interoperable standards, and related fields attended the three day event.


Day 1 Monday, July 24Day 2 Tuesday, July 25Day 3 Wednesday, July 26
Invited Speaker:
Steve Ritter, Carnegie Learning
Applications: Language, Math and Learning Engineering
Invited Speaker:
Tammy Berman, Socratic Arts

Invited Speaker:
Ken Koedinger, CMU
AL: Opportunities to Improve: Looking at pK-12 scenarios through a Learning Engineering Lens
Tracy Arner, Michael Jay, Zarka Ali, and PK-12 MIG participants
AL: Learning Engineering Process and Tools Exploration – Avi Chawla, Harley Chang, Lynn Kojtek, and Zach MineroffAL: Exploring Big Data Through a Learning Engineering Lens: A Game-Based Approach – Tracy Arner, Rod D. Roscoe, Scotty D. Craig and Danielle S. McNamara
AL: Reality is Much More Complex”: Understanding and Exploring Nested Learning Engineering Processes – Aaron Kessler, Ph.D. and Lauren TotinoAL: Human-Centered Design and Active Learning – Brittany Robinson and Lisa Jones, Ed.D.SS: Creating a Shared Understanding Around Data – Jim Goodell
S&S: Improving VR-based workforce learning design with the Learning Design Principles: A Talespin Case Study – Katherine McEldoon and Kristin TorrenceS&S: Teaching and Learning has met its match: Using context in service of learner needs in an iterative process using MatchMaker -Brandt Redd and Michael JayTS: STEEL-R: Connecting Synthetic Training and Experiential Learning to the Total Learning Architecture and IEEE LTSC Data Standards – Shelly Blake-Plock, Andy Johnson, Kevin Owens and Benjamin Goldberg
S&S: Toward A Science of Adult Learning – Anne FensieS&S: Empowering Diverse Learners: The Learning Engineering Process Behind Kola, a Culturally-Responsive Math Education Tool – Annette T. Han and Hillary Chelednik (Henry)AL: Actively Investigating the Creation of a USAF Learning Engineering Implementation – Wendy Walsh and Omar Velasco
S&S: Post-Hoc Data Instrumentation: Enhancing Learning Engineering Capabilities in Higher Education – Rob NylandS&S: Developing a Blended Learning Interactive Board Game for Interpersonal Violence Education – Rebecca HarringtonS&S: ActiveAI: Introducing AI Literacy for Middle School Learners with Goal-based Scenario Learning – Ying Jui Tseng and Gautam Yadav
AL: Strategies and Frameworks for Engineering Motivation into Learning Experiences – Chris DedeAL: AI Ethics for Learning Engineers: Working Learning Session using Narrative Inquiry – Jeanine A. DeFalco, Andrew J. Hampton and Rachel Van CampenhoutS&S: Transforming Learning Engineering Practice: Evidence-Based Certificate Courses for Professional Development -Gautam Yadav, Michael Bett and Ken Koedinger
TS: Designing and Researching a Student Progress Panel – Bill Jerome, Michelle Selinger and Rachel Van Campenhout (VitalSource)Panel Discussion: Ethics in Learning Engineering – Jeanine A. DeFalco, Rachel Van Campenhout and Danielle S. McNamaraS&S: A Learning Engineering Process Approach to Market Research for Academic Program Development – William Lynch
TS: The Cognitive Tutor Authoring Tools (CTAT): Practical Tools for Learning Engineering – Vincent Aleven and Jonathan Sewall (CMU)AL: AI Ethics for Learning Engineers: Working Learning Session using Narrative Inquiry – Jeanine A. DeFalco, Andrew J. Hampton and Rachel Van CampenhoutS&S: Engaging Learners in Learning Engineering through Team-based Experiential Learning – Siyuan ‘Mei Mei’ Li, Stuart Rice, Nia-Renee Cooper, Chujor Ejire, Beatriz Mendoza, Robert Siegle and Scotty D. Craig
Special Interest Groups and Market Interest Groups Meet-and-GreetTS: Automating Competency Assertion with xAPI – Art Werkenthin and Andy JohnsonLooking Forward (conference wrap-up) Discussions

Facilitating Meaningful LE Conversations with Higher Education Stakeholders -Zarka Ali, Theresa Henderson, Emily Marasco, Rob Nyland (on behalf of the Higher Ed MIG)
Networking Reception combined with Simon Initiative LearnLab Summer School ParticipantsTS: UpGrade: Transforming education research with large-scale digital experimentation in real classrooms – April MurphyExploring Learning Engineering Careers and Support Structures – Mary Ellen Wiltrout
AL: Active Learning SessionSS: Show and Share SessionTS: Technology Showcase Session

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