All three things are products of my RA job, not directly related to my Human-Robot Interaction research. However, I found the CSCL conference quite interesting because robotics education is actually a type of collaborative learning. The way these education researchers study classroom learning can be applied to explore students learning in robotics education. Especially, video data analysis, audio data analysis, and screen captures, are all ways of exploring. I would like to visit some teams when I go back to the US.
I am very thankful for the Friday Institute at NC State for providing the funding for me to go to this conference. I learned a lot and made many friends in the educational research area.