We have behind us two days of intense work on the SLAM project. Whenever Paul is in Oulu, we try to make the most out of his visits and progress as much as we can together. The first day we reviewed our conclusions from the pilot data collection. The main conclusion was that in order to find out learning relevant information from the physiological data we need to contextualize it and we can do that by combining it with video data analysis. The second day we spent at the seaside where we could focus solely on the next data collection which will take place this coming spring (follow us to see how things develop). The program included reviewing the scientific aims, and designing the experiment for next spring. We had fruitful discussions about the pedagogical design, learning environments and data collection tools. We decided to conduct the experiment in an advanced physics course, following an inquiry learning approach. We still need to find the learning environment that provides us with detailed log data while being flexible enough so that it would allow us to include the elements that would fit our pedagogical design. More discussions to follow on this… These intense sessions are a great way to make decisions that allow us to progress further, especially when working with international partners.