We invite papers, which present
either finished, or work in progress or theoretical positions in the
- Affective/motivational modelling.
- Affective/motivational diagnosis.
- Relevant aspects of motivation and affect in learning.
- Strategies for motivational and affective reaction,
- Integrative models of cognition, motivation, and
- Personal traits, motivation, and affect.
- Learning styles, learning domains and
- Learning goals, motivation, and affect.
- Influences of dialogues in affective
- Use of agents as affective companions.
- Interface design for affective interactions.
The workshop will be focused on exploring
the following questions:
- Which emotions might be useful to model (e.g.
basic affective reactions such as like/dislike; specific emotions
such as frustration, happiness, anger; moods; attitudes)?
- How do individual traits influence the
learnerís motivational and affective state?
- How are motivation and emotional intelligence
- How do cognitive aspects affect the learnerís
emotional intelligence and vice versa?
- Is it important and feasible to standardise
cognitive and emotive terms (cognition/meta-cognition,
- How do different learning contexts Ėe.g.
individual, collaborative- affect the studentís emotions (and
- Does emotional intelligence mature with age?
- How are emotions affected according to the
- What are the most appropriate ways to assess
motivation and affect?