Gayane Sedrakyan
Gayane Sedrakyan
Asst. Professor, PhD, MSs, MSs, PgD, MSs
Verified email at utwente.nl
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Linking learning behavior analytics and learning science concepts: Designing a learning analytics dashboard for feedback to support learning regulation
G Sedrakyan, J Malmberg, K Verbert, S Järvelä, PA Kirschner
Computers in Human Behavior 107, 105512, 2020
512020
Assessing the effectiveness of feedback enabled simulation in teaching conceptual modeling
G Sedrakyan, M Snoeck, S Poelmans
Computers & Education 78, 367-382, 2014
512014
Process-mining enabled feedback:“tell me what I did wrong” vs.“tell me how to do it right”
G Sedrakyan, J De Weerdt, M Snoeck
Computers in human behavior 57, 352-376, 2016
462016
Process mining analysis of conceptual modeling behavior of novices–empirical study using JMermaid modeling and experimental logging environment
G Sedrakyan, M Snoeck, J De Weerdt
Computers in Human Behavior 41, 486-503, 2014
402014
Technology-enhanced support for learning conceptual modeling
G Sedrakyan, M Snoeck
Enterprise, Business-Process and Information Systems Modeling, 435-449, 2012
282012
A PIM-to-Code requirements engineering framework
G Sedrakyan, M Snoeck
Modelsward 2013-1st International Conference on Model-driven Engineering and …, 2013
192013
Guiding the choice of learning dashboard visualizations: Linking dashboard design and data visualization concepts
G Sedrakyan, E Mannens, K Verbert
Journal of Computer Languages 50, 19-38, 2019
182019
Automating immediate and personalized feedback taking conceptual modelling education to a next level
E Serral, J De Weerdt, G Sedrakyan, M Snoeck
2016 IEEE Tenth International Conference on Research Challenges in …, 2016
182016
Feedback-enabled MDA-prototyping effects on modeling knowledge
G Sedrakyan, M Snoeck
Enterprise, business-process and information systems modeling, 411-425, 2013
182013
IntersectionExplorer, a multi-perspective approach for exploring recommendations
B Cardoso, G Sedrakyan, F Gutiérrez, D Parra, P Brusilovsky, K Verbert
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 121, 73-92, 2019
172019
Effects of simulation on novices’ understanding of the concept of inheritance in conceptual modeling
G Sedrakyan, M Snoeck
International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, 327-336, 2015
172015
Design and evaluation of feedback automation architecture: Enriching model execution with feedback to support testing of semantic conformance between models and requirements
G Sedrakyan, M Snoeck
15*2016
Cognitive feedback and behavioral feedforward perspectives for modeling and validation in a learning context
G Sedrakyan, M Snoeck
Model - Driven Engineering and Software Engineering, 2017
14*2017
Do we need to teach testing skills in courses on requirements engineering and modelling?
G Sedrakyan, M Snoeck
CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1217, 40-44, 2014
132014
Lightweight semantic prototyper for conceptual modeling
G Sedrakyan, M Snoeck
International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, 298-302, 2014
13*2014
Assessing the influence of feedback-inclusive rapid prototyping on understanding the semantics of parallel UML statecharts by novice modellers
G Sedrakyan, S Poelmans, M Snoeck
Information and Software Technology 82, 159-172, 2017
112017
Process-oriented feedback perspectives based on feedback-enabled simulation and learning process data analytics.
G Sedrakyan
KU Leuven, 2016
112016
Generating User Interface from Conceptual, Presentation and User models with JMermaid in a learning approach
J Ruiz, G Sedrakyan, M Snoeck
Proceedings of the XVI International Conference on Human Computer …, 2015
102015
Evaluating student-facing learning dashboards of affective states
G Sedrakyan, D Leony, PJ Muñoz-Merino, CD Kloos, K Verbert
European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning, 224-237, 2017
92017
Evaluating emotion visualizations using AffectVis, an affect-aware dashboard for students
L Derick, G Sedrakyan, PJ Munoz-Merino, CD Kloos, K Verbert
Journal of Research in Innovative Teaching & Learning, 2017
82017
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