The Tenth International Conference on Technology for Education (T4E) 2019

Venue: Goa University, Goa

Dates: Dec 9 - Dec 11, 2019

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About The Event

The International Conference on Technology for Education (T4E 2019) proposed to be held during December 09 – 11, 2019 at Goa University, Goa, is the tenth in a series of annual events with the first two having been organized by the Indian Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore in 2009 and the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay in 2010. The objective is to bring together all colleagues interested in promoting learning and teaching through the use of information and communication technology (ICT). The conference is also expected to provide a forum for researchers from all over the world to discuss new and scalable methods in the field of educational technology and pedagogy

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Event Speakers

Professor Roger Azevedo

Roger Azevedo

Professor and Lead Scientist

Keynote Abstract

Tan Puay Leng Jennifer

Prof. Shridhar Iyer

IIT Bombay


Bikram Sengupta

Bikram Sengupta

Chief Technology Officer, Anudip Foundation

Keynote Abstract

Hiroaki Ogata

Hiroaki Ogata

Professor, Kyoto University

Keynote Abstract

Battula Kalyana Chakravarthy

Battula K Chakravarthy

Professor, IDC, IIT Bombay


Event Schedule



Presided over by -- Varun Sahni

Vice Chancellor, Goa University, Goa, India

Keynote 1
Fostering self-regulated learning with advanced learning technologies by using multimodal multichannel process data: Opportunities and challenges Read more


Keynote 2
Challenges of MOOCs for practice-based professions

Prof. B.K. Chakravarthy

Prof. B.K. Chakravarthy


Paper Session 1A

Paper ID Authors Paper Title Paper Type
124 Ashutosh Raina, Sahana Murthy and Sridhar Iyer Designing TinkMate: A Seamless Tinkering Companion for Engineering Design Kits Full
69 Kannan Moudgalya, Usha Viswanathan and Vineeta Ghavri FOSSEE Fellowship 2019: Results of Crowdsourcing and Performance based Selection Full
125 Georg Gutjahr, Arya M Nair, Radhika Menon and Prema Nedungadi Technology for Monitoring and Coordinating an After-School Program in Remote Areas of India Short
Session Chair: Prof. Ritayan Mitra

Paper Session 1B

Paper ID Authors Paper Title Paper Type
113 Viraj Kumar, Milan J. Srinivas and Michelle M. Roy Towards Generating Plausible Distractors for Code Comprehension Multiple-Choice Questions Short
114 Sooraj K Babu, Parameswari Anitha, Unnikrishnan Radhakrishnan, Rahul Es, Deepu Sasi, Ayyappan A, Roopak Seshadri and Bhavani Rao R Igniting the Maker Spirit: Design and Pilot Deployment of the Kappa Tangible Electronics Prototyping Kit Short
122 Herold P C, Ulfa Khwaja, Sahana Murthy and Chandan Dasgupta RoadEthos: Game based learning to sensitize children on road safety through ethical reasoning Full
Session Chair: Prof. Gowri Srinivasa


Paper Session 2A

Paper ID Authors Paper Title Paper Type
28 Aakarsh Shrivastava, Nitasha Hasteer and K. M. Soni Perspectives on curriculum inclusive MOOCs for Engineering Education: Reflection & Learning Short
36 Hiroyuki Kuromiya, Rwitajit Majumdar, Jayakrishnan Warriem and Hiroaki Ogata Data-driven Validation of Pedagogical Model - A Case of Blended LCM Model Full
58 Vijayanandhini KannanandSai Preeti Gouripeddi Contextualising the Learners-Centric MOOCs model for effective blending of flipped-classroom method in engineering courses Full
Session Chair: Prof. Kannan Moudgalya

Paper Session 2B

Paper ID Authors Paper Title Paper Type
44 Navneet Kaur and Chandan Dasgupta Collaborative and Disciplinary Engagement Levels of Teams while Managing Design Uncertainties. Full
76 Kartik R. Patel Development of Problem Solving Skills Amongst Under-Graduate Engineering Students through a Team-Game-Tournament Collaborative Learning Method Full
119 Sandeep RambhatlaandDr Deepak Gupta Introducing Failure as a Deliberate Instructional Strategy to Enhance Learning and Academic Outcomes Short
Session Chair: Prof. Sahana Murthy

Tea and Poster Session 1

Paper ID Authors Paper Title
3 Manjunath Byrappa An appraisal of internet based education in Karnataka state
12 Arnav Nigam, Kaushal Kumar Bhagat, Milan Chandrakar and Pramod Goswami Design and Development of an Augmented Reality Tracing Application for Kindergarten students
14 Jyotiprava Mohanta and Shyamal Kumar Das Mandal The Effectiveness of the outcome based curriculum towards improving educational quality for technical education
18 Katsuyuki Umezawa, Makoto Nakazawa, Masayuki Goto and Shigeichi Hirasawa Development of Debugging Exercise Extraction System using Learning History
39 Akhilesh Patil and Ganeshayya Shidaganti Unsupervised Techniques to Develop a Social Networking Platform in an Educational Institute
49 Nilesh Sabnis, Pritam Patil, Swapnil Hirikude, Sanjaykumar Ingale, Nilesh S. Desai and Dr. V.V. Kulkarni Outcome-Based Education - A Case Study on Project Based Learning
62 Sai Preeti Gouripeddi and Vijayanandhini Kannan Implementing Inquiry based Collaborative Learning in Solid State Physics Course
75 Haripriya Valayaputtur, Deepak Agarwal and Anupama Muraleedharan Continuous Monitoring and Development of an Intelligent Tutoring System through Data Mining
78 Mrs. Arti Utikar, Vinita Yerande, Ashwini Patil and Rajasree R.S. Game Pedagogy with Tpack Model: A Learner Centric Method
95 Prasanth Sai Gouripeddi, Ramkiran Gouripeddi and Sai Preeti Gouripeddi Toward Machine Learning and Big Data Approaches for Learning Analytics
99 Eshika Mahajan,Asad Sahir,Srikant S. Padhee, Ekant Kumar, Prakash M. Khodke andDhiraj K. Mahajan Insights into Factors Affecting Success in Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering for Indian Engineering Students using Learning Analytics
107 Rohidas Nitonde Impact of NPTEL on Faculty and Students in Non-Technical Colleges
110 Padmavilochanan Aswathi, Balu M Menon, Shekhar Lekha and Rao R Bhavani Text Mining of Activity Reports to Track and Monitor Rural Youth Training Programs
115 Prasanna Shete, Pulin Shah, Pravar Parekh and Jaineel Shah Text-it-Loud!: Real-time Captioning and Transcribing App for Inclusive Teaching-Learning of Hearing impaired

Industry and Workshop Demo Session

Workshop Session 1A
Technology-enhanced and evidence based education - experience sharing and the road forward

Prof. Rwitajit Majumdar

Workshop Session 1B
Classroom management with learning applications

Prof. Binu Thomas

Bus departure for Goa Cruise

A bus for the venue of the banquet will leave at 6.15 from the venue. People who would like to take a boat cruise can do so from 6.30 to 7.30 Tickets will be available for the cruise at the reception from 9.30 a.m. and will be sold by the authorised representative of the cruise

Keynote 3
Learning Analytics and Evidence-Based Education Read more

Prof. Hiroaki Ogata

Prof. Hiroaki Ogata

Kyoto University, Japan

Keynote 4
Developing Inclusive Workplaces in the Digital Era: Two Organizations, One Mission Read more

Dr. Bikram Sengupta

Dr. Bikram Sengupta

Anudip Foundation


Paper Session 3A

Paper ID Authors Paper Title Paper Type
55 Anu Vazhayil,Radhika Shetty,Rao R. BhavaniandNagarajan Akshay Focusing on Teacher Education to Introduce AI in Schools: Perspectives and Illustrative Findings Full
104 Gayathri Manikutty, Lisa M. Frey, Amritha Natarajan, Udaya Lakshmi Chilakapati, Vennila V and Bhavani Rao R I Can Also Make Robots! Inspiring Rural Indian Children to Learn Robotics Full
127 Prema Nedungadi,Romita Jinachandran,Asish MohanandRaghu Raman Rural Health in Digital India: Interactive Simulations for Community Health Workers Short
Session Chair: Prof. Sridhar Iyer

Paper Session 3B

Paper ID Authors Paper Title Paper Type
67 Ravi Shankar Pillutla, Lalit Sanagavarapu,Venkatesh Choppella, Avni Jesrani,Priya RamanandY. Raghu Reddy Towards Massively Open Online Virtual Internships in Computing Education Short
123 Pankaj Chavan and Ritayan Mitra Developing a student feedback system using a design-based research approach Full
72 Soorya Menon andGargi Banerjee Evaluating effectiveness of a Teacher Training MOOC: Industry Perspective Short
Session Chair: Dr. Gervasio Mendes

Paper Session 4A

Paper ID Authors Paper Title Paper Type
92 Sriya S, Lavanya L, Aditi Manohar and N S Kumar Verification of C programs using Annotations Short
96 Anusha Vimalaksha, Siddarth Vinay and N S Kumar Hierarchical Mind Map Generation from Video Lectures Short
133 Durgaprasad Karnam,Harshit Agrawal, Pranay Parte, Saurabh Ranjan,Aniket SuleandSanjay Chandrasekharan Touchy Feely affordances of digital technology for embodied interactions can enhance 'epistemic access' Full
Session Chair: Prof. Viraj Kumar

Paper Session 4B

Paper ID Authors Paper Title Paper Type
22 Ruth Rodriguez Gallegos Modeling Complex Problems in the Teaching of Mathematics Short
31 Atul Kulkarni Analysis of enhancement in teacher-learner`s academic behavior by using TEEL platform of LET Media Kyoto Universty Japan. Short
57 Wisam Zaqoot, Lih-Bin Oh, Lay Hoon Seah, Elizabeth Koh, Fang Zhou, Wee-Kek Tan and Hock-Hai Teo Development and Validation of a Representational Fluency Test for Primary School Students Full
Session Chair: Dr. Rwitajit Majumdar

Lunch and Poster Session 2

Paper ID Authors Paper Title
85 Somak Mukherjee and Kumar N S Duplicate Question Management and Answer Verification System
87 Italia Joseph Maria, Devi Thirupathi, Rajeswari Rajendran and Bhuvaneswari Velumani Technologies, Challenges and Tools for Digital Learning
88 Pooja Kumari, Suman Deb and Barnita Debnath Systematic study to identify the usage and role of mobile devices for Classroom-Interaction
89 Bhavna Arora and N S Kumar Automatic Keyword Extraction and Crossword Generation Tool for Indian Languages: SEEKH
90 Priya S Nayak, Thejaswini M R, Akella Ramya and N S Kumar Determining the Question based on Handwriting- Recognition of Answer Scripts
94 Skanda Chetan, Sudhanva Prasad, Dheemanth Gr and Kumar Ns Assessment of Quality of Program based on Static Analysis
117 Meltem Alkoyak-Yildiz, Sooraj K Babu, Parameswari Anitha and Mukil Mv "Was It Real?" - The Effects of Virtual Reality Communication Skills Training Among University Students in India
128 Deepak Ranjan Padhi and Anirudha Joshi A correlational study between the parent and the teacher's self-reported assessments on the child's performance
130 Bharati Choudhari, Jitendra Satam, Pushpendra Rai and Druman Utekar Active Learning and CO Attainment through Collaborative Learning in Engineering Chemistry
135 Spruha Satavlekar, Vaidehi Keskar and Vijay Dahake Development of MATLAB based LearnFFT Tool for Constructive and Graphical Understanding of FFT
136 Aaditya Singh, Vaibhav Singhal, Swetha Mohan, Rajaraman Krishnan and Ramkumar Rajendran What Factors Affect a Primary Student's Performance?

Industry and Workshop Demo Session

Workshop Session 2A
Causal inferencing with observational data for evidence based padagogy

Prof. Kumar

Prof. Boulanger

Prof. Fraser

Workshop Session 2B
Augmenting your classroom instruction using Swayam courses

Prof. Sahasrabudhe

Prof. Gujar

Prof. Deshmukh

Paper Session 5A

Paper ID Authors Paper Title Paper Type
64 Nisha S Raj and Renumol V G A Rule-based Approach for Adaptive Content Recommendation in a Personalized Learning Environment: An Experimental Analysis Short
108 Mithun Haridas, Nirmala Vasudevan, Surya Gayathry, Georg Gutjahr, Raghu Raman andPrema Nedungadi Feature-Aware Knowledge Tracing for Generation of Concept Knowledge Reports in an Intelligent Tutoring System Short
111 Rumana Pathan, Urfa Chamanshaikh and Ramkumar Rajendran Capturing Learner Interaction in Computer-based Learning Environment: Design and Application Full
Session Chair: Dr. Vive Kumar

Paper Session 5B

Paper ID Authors Paper Title Paper Type
42 Suman Deb, Barnita Debnath and Pooja Kumari Imminent prospects of mobile mediated learning interaction in traditional classroom : A Survey 2013-19 Short
47 Ravi Shankar Pillutla,Venkatesh Choppella, Lalit Sanagavarapu,Mrudhvika DammarajuandPriya Raman Enhancing Virtual Labs Usage in Colleges Short
52 Parneet Kaur,Harish KumarandSakshi Kaushal Competitive Examinations in India: e- Assessment Based Case Study Short
120 Lakshmi T GandHerold P C Heuristic evaluation and user experience redesign of 'think & link' learning environment - A case study Short
Session Chair: Dr. Gargi Banerjee

Keynote 5 - Computational thinking in education

Sridhar Iyer

Prof. Sridhar Iyer

IIT Bombay


Paper Session 6A

Paper ID Authors Paper Title Paper Type
29 Jui-Chi Peng, Yu-Ling Lai and Gwo-Haur Hwang The Impact of Learning Motivation on Character-nurturing and Competitive Game-Based Item Bank Practicing System Short
118 Omar Mata, Isabel Mendez, Marlene Aguilar, Pedro Ponce and Arturo Molina A Methodology to Motivate Students to Develop Transversal Competencies in Academic Courses Based on the Theory of Planned Behavior by using Gamification and ANNs Short
131 Maiga Chang and Sabine Graf OMEGA: A Multiplayer Online Game for Improving User's Meta-Cognitive Skills Full
Session Chair: Prof. Chandan Dasgupta

Paper Session 6B

Paper ID Authors Paper Title Paper Type
40 Gargi Banerjee and Siddhesh Walunj Exploring in-service teachers' acceptance of Augmented Reality Full
46 Pratiti Sarkar, Kapil Kadam and Jayesh Pillai Collaborative Approaches to Problem-Solving on Lines and Angles Using Augmented Reality Full
102 Jitendra Satam, Pushpendra Rai, Bharti Choudhari and Druman Utekar Blended Learning Approach using Virtual Laboratory Applications in Engineering Chemistry Short
Session Chair: Prof. Venkatesh Kamat

Paper Session 7A

Paper ID Authors Paper Title Paper Type
35 Khushi Khanchandani, Shweta Dhawan and Amrita Naiksatam A Comparative Study on interactive digital Classrooms: Edmodo and Google Short
48 Hardik Mahipal Surana, Giri Bhatnagar, Akshay Srivastava and Gowri Srinivasa NVR Guess: Automated Question Generation for Honing NonVerbal Reasoning Skills Short
56 Rutuja Ekatpure, Suprabha Jadhav, Kalind Karia and Kavi Arya Musical Mimicry to learn Audio processing Short
74 Mithun Haridas, Nirmala Vasudevan, Lakshmi Sasikumar, Georg Gutjahr, Raghu Raman andPrema Nedungadi Inter-rater Reliability of a Dyslexia Screening Test Short
Session Chair: Prof. Viraj Kumar

Paper Session 7B

Paper ID Authors Paper Title Paper Type
41 Mrityunjay Kumar,Venkatesh Choppella, Sanjana Sunil and Sumaid Syed A learnable-by-design (LEAD) model for designing experiments for computer science labs Full
43 Kushal Anjaria Narrative Theory based Metaphor Generation Framework for Technical Education Short
91 Sneha Deshmukh and Vijay Raisinghani SELF: Student Lab Framework for Improving Engagement and Learning Short
Session Chair: Dr. Rwitajit Majumdar

Lunch and Closing Ceremony


Goa University
Directorate of Higher Education
Govt. College Sanquelim-Goa

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Event Venue

Event venue location info

Goa University, Taleigao - Goa

Goa University was established under the Goa University Act of 1984 (Act No. 7 of 1984) and commenced operations on 1 June 1985. The university provides higher education in the Indian state of Goa. It is located on Taleigao Plateau overlooking Zuari estuary on a picturesque campus spread over 427.49 acres with state-of-the art infrastructure


Nearby Hotels

December is tourist season in Goa and it is better to book your accommodation well in advance to avail better rates.

Limited number of accommodation is available in Goa University Guest House on a first-come-first-serve basis. (More details to be updated on accomodation page)

The hotel tariff varies anywhere between INR 2500 to INR 10000 per night. Few of the hotels in the vicinity of the conference venue are:

Vivanta by Taj

Vivanta by Taj

6.1 Km from the Venue

Cidade de Goa

Cidade de Goa

3.4 Km from the Venue

Hotel 3

Hotel SinQ Edge

1.3 Km from the Venue

Sandalwood Hotel & Retreat

Sandalwood Hotel

3.5 Km from the Venue

HHotel Miramar

Hotel Miramar

4.9 Km from the Venue

Wave Beach Hotel

Wave Beach Hotel

4.1 Km from the Venue

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