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    Enhancing Indic Children’s Tales with Dall-E 3 AI Imagery Panchatantra: The Story of the Crows and the Owls
    (2023-01-01) Gattupalli, Sai; Gattupalli, Sujatha; Talluri, Girija
    Enhancing Indic Children’s Tales with Dall-E 3 AI Imagery Panchatantra: The Story of the Crows and the Owls
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    Usable Math: Open Online Tutor for Elementary Math Learners, Teachers and Families
    (2023-01-01) Edwards, Sharon; Maloy, Robert W.; Gattupalli, Sai
    Introducing Usable Math Free & Accessible: An OER platform tailored for elementary kids, educators, caregivers and families. Interactive Problem Solving: Engages students in grades 3-6 in math problem solving and design thinking. Four Virtual Coaches: Estella Explainer, Chef Math Bear, How-to-Hound & Visual Vicuna offer diverse problem-solving strategies through words, images, animations, and more. Encouragement & Motivation: After every problem a feedback slide builds children’s learning and confidence while fostering curiosity about maths. Multiple Modes of Learning: 17 modules explore essential math concepts and 3 new modules integrate storytelling, history, and science learning.
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    Elementary Students Designing Math Learning Slideshows with NoCode NoCost Programming Tools
    (2023-01-01) Edwards, Sharon; Maloy, Robert W.; Gattupalli, Sai
    Introducing Usable Math Free & Accessible: An OER platform tailored for elementary kids, educators, caregivers and families. Interactive Problem Solving: Engages students in grades 3-6 in math problem solving and design thinking. Four Virtual Coaches: Estella Explainer, Chef Math Bear, How-to-Hound & Visual Vicuna offer diverse problem-solving strategies through words, images, animations, and more. Encouragement & Motivation: After every problem a feedback slide builds children’s learning and confidence while fostering curiosity about maths. Multiple Modes of Learning: 17 modules explore essential math concepts and 3 new modules integrate storytelling, history, and science learning.
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    When Tutors Self Tutor: What Preservice Teachers Learn about Themselves, Technology, and Teaching during a Time of Remote Learning
    (2020-01-01) Edwards, Sharon A.; Maloy, Robert W.; Moriarty, Casey; Fossa, Alex; Barton, Grace; Nees, Madeline; Hill, Madeline; Silva, Kolby; Paolini, Casey; Smith, Cameron
    Tutoring has been called “the act of saying to somebody else, ‘Let me help you learn’ ” (Chin, Rabow, & Estrada, 2011, p. 2). Teacher preparation programs regularly encourage college students becoming elementary or secondary school teachers to tutor younger learners as an early school-based field experience. Tutors, acting as teachers, must learn how to provide ideas and information to aid and encourage students to accomplish learning goals. Tutors must also assess the effectiveness of their decisions about when and how to implement different instructional strategies to respond to students’ needs.