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Wagster, J., J. Tan, G. Biswas, and D. Schwartz, "How metacognitive feedback affects behavior in learning and transfer", The 13th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, Marina del Rey, CA, IOS Press, 2007.
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Tan, J., G. Biswas, and D. Schwartz, "Feedback for metacognitive support in learning by teaching environments", The 28th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Vancouver, Canada, pp. 828-833, 2006.
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Leelawong, K., Y. Wang, G. Biswas, N. Vye, J. Bransford, and D. Schwartz, "Qualitative reasoning techniques to support learning by teaching: The teachable agents project", The Fifteenth International Workshop on Qualitative Reasoning, San Antonio, TX, AAAI Press, 2001.
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Jeong, H., A. Gupta, R. Roscoe, J. Wagster, G. Biswas, and D. Schwartz, "Using hidden markov models to characterize student behaviors in learning-by-teaching environments", In Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Vol. 5091. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Montreal, Canada: Springer., pp. 614-625, 2008.
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Brophy, S., D. Schwartz, G. Biswas, and J. Bransford, "Learning through programmable agents", Paper presented at Workshop on Pedagogical Agents, San Antonio, TX, ITS, 1998.
Blair, K., D. Schwartz, G. Biswas, and K. Leelawong, "Pedagogical agents for learning by teaching: Teachable agents", Educational Technology & Society, Special Issue on Pedagogical Agents, 2006.
Biswas, G., K. Leelawong, K. Belynne, K. Viswanath, D. Schwartz, and J. Davis, "Developing learning by teaching environments that support self-regulated learning", Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Vol. 3220. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, MaceiĆ³, Brazil, Springer, pp. 730-740, 2004.
Biswas, G., K. Leelawon, K. Belynne, K. Viswanath, D. Schwartz, and J. Davis, "Incorporating self regulated learning techniques into learning by teaching environments", The 26th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Chicago, Erlbaum, pp. 120-125, 2004.