“Keep Your Eyes on ’em all!”: A Mobile Eye-Tracking Analysis of Teachers’ Sensitivity to Students

Abstract : This study aims at investigating which cues teachers detect and process from their students during instruction. This information capturing process depends on teachers' sensitivity, or awareness, to students' needs, which has been recognized as crucial for classroom management. We recorded the gaze behaviors of two pre-service teachers and two experienced teachers during a whole math lesson in primary classrooms. Thanks to a simple Learning Analyt-ics interface, the data analysis reports, firstly, which were the most often tracked students, in relation with their classroom behavior and performance; secondly, which relationships exist between teachers' attentional frequency distribution and lability, and the overall classroom climate they promote, measured by the Classroom Assessment Scoring System. Results show that participants' gaze patterns are mainly related to their experience. Learning Analytics use cases are eventually presented, enabling researchers or teacher trainers to further explore the eye-tracking data.
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Philippe Dessus, Olivier Cosnefroy, Vanda Luengo. “Keep Your Eyes on ’em all!”: A Mobile Eye-Tracking Analysis of Teachers’ Sensitivity to Students. 11th European Conf. on Technology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL 2016), 2016, Lyon, France. pp.72-84, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-45153-4_6⟩. ⟨hal-01362185⟩

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