Amy Yanhong Li

Amy is a PhD student in the Scientific Reasoning and Argumentation (REASON) program at the University of Munich. She is currently interested in the intersection of active learning, mathematical reasoning and argumentation, and human-computer interaction design. Her upcoming research will involve the development of tangible technologies and active learning activities to engage students and form a learning community curricula.

She works with Dr. Heinrich Hussmann, Dr. Jim Slotta, and Dr. Frank Fischer on the interdisciplinary research about (1) how to evaluate group progress during activities, (2) how intelligent agents can be employed to respond to immediate group needs.