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Tanmay Sinha
Tanmay Sinha
Assistant Professor, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University
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Turn on, tune in, drop out: Anticipating student dropouts in massive open online courses
D Yang, T Sinha, D Adamson, CP Rosé
Proceedings of the 2013 NIPS Data-driven education workshop 11, 14, 2013
6192013
Your click decides your fate: Inferring Information Processing and Attrition Behavior from MOOC Video Clickstream Interactions
T Sinha, P Jermann, N Li, P Dillenbourg
Proceedings of the 2014 Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing …, 2014
2572014
When problem solving followed by instruction works: Evidence for productive failure
T Sinha, M Kapur
Review of Educational Research 91 (5), 761-798, 2021
1302021
Capturing “attrition intensifying” structural traits from didactic interaction sequences of MOOC learners
T Sinha, N Li, P Jermann, P Dillenbourg
Proceedings of the 2014 Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing …, 2014
902014
Socially-Aware Virtual Agents: Automatically Assessing Dyadic Rapport from Temporal Patterns of Behavior
R Zhao, T Sinha, A Black, J Cassell
16th International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents, 2016
88*2016
We Click, We Align, We Learn: Impact of Influence and Convergence Processes on Student Learning and Rapport Building
T Sinha, J Cassell
Workshop on Modeling Interpersonal Synchrony, 17th ACM International …, 2015
592015
Together we stand, Together we fall, Together we win: Dynamic Team formation in Massive Open Online Courses
T Sinha
5th IEEE International Conference on Application of Digital Information …, 2014
522014
Automatic Recognition of Conversational Strategies in the Service of a Socially-Aware Dialog System
R Zhao, T Sinha, A Black, J Cassell
17th Annual SIGDIAL Meeting on Discourse and Dialogue, 2016
482016
Theories and Models of Teams and Groups
R Reiter-Palmon, T Sinha, J Gevers, JM Odobez, G Volpe
Small Group Research 48 (5), 2017
462017
Differential Benefits of Explicit Failure-driven and Success-driven Scaffolding in Problem-Solving Prior to Instruction
T Sinha, M Kapur, R West, M Catasta, M Hauswirth, D Trninic
Journal of Educational Psychology, 2020
372020
Supporting MOOC instruction with social network analysis
T Sinha
arXiv preprint arXiv:1401.5175, 2014
372014
Connecting the dots: Predicting student grade sequences from bursty MOOC interactions over time
T Sinha, J Cassell
Proceedings of the second (2015) ACM conference on learning@ scale, 249-252, 2015
332015
When Productive Failure Fails
T Sinha, M Kapur
Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2811-2817, 2019
292019
Robust effects of the efficacy of explicit failure-driven scaffolding in problem-solving prior to instruction: A replication and extension
T Sinha, M Kapur
Learning and Instruction 75, 101488, 2021
282021
" Your click decides your fate": Leveraging clickstream patterns from MOOC videos to infer students' information processing & attrition behavior
T Sinha
arXiv preprint arXiv:1407.7143, 2014
272014
A New Theoretical Framework for Curiosity for Learning in Social Contexts
T Sinha, Z Bai, J Cassell
Data Driven Approaches in Digital Education: 12th European Conference on …, 2017
262017
Automatic Generation of Socratic Subquestions for Teaching Math Word Problems
K Shridhar, J Macina, M El-Assady, T Sinha, M Kapur, M Sachan
Proceedings of the 2022 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language …, 2022
242022
Fail, flip, fix, and feed–Rethinking flipped learning: A review of meta-analyses and a subsequent meta-analysis
M Kapur, J Hattie, I Grossman, T Sinha
Frontiers in Education 7, 956416, 2022
232022
Enriching problem-solving followed by instruction with explanatory accounts of emotions
T Sinha
Journal of the Learning Sciences 31 (2), 151-198, 2022
232022
Fine-grained analyses of interpersonal processes and their effect on learning
T Sinha, J Cassell
International conference on artificial intelligence in education, 781-785, 2015
192015
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