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QI 2012: Orchestrating the Evaluation of Ubiquitous Collaborative Learning Settings
Transcript of QI 2012: Orchestrating the Evaluation of Ubiquitous Collaborative Learning Settings
Iván M. Jorrín Abellán
University of Valladolid
Let me Start with a brief story...
Sara is an Art teacher
She loves innovating in her classes
Using methods to promote active learning
She wants her students to
But she wants her students to collaborate not only when they are in class
Sara also loves technology and she thinks it could be a good way to overcome this situation
...in a collaborative way
In the local museum
Last year Sara had an idea to put in practice with her students
Augmented Reality Models
Early Gothic style
Sara has orchestrated several different things
In the local museum
But now she wants to make sense of her practice!!!
Is there a way to help Sara with the evaluation of her practice?????
Evaluand-oriented responsive Evaluation Model
If there are such new forms of learning...
Should we not think in new ways of making sense of them?
Shall we not need new ways to understand what is going on with the new learning environments fostered by Technology?
Sara´s case shows that there are new ways of teaching and learning in our current world
more socially ambitious
than other areas of ICT (Stahl et al, 2006)
welcome collaborative inquiry
institutional, spatial and temporal
boundaries of Education
students as co-designers
of knowledge. (Agency Issues)
of CSCL have
in the scrutiny of traditional evaluation.
Flexible Evaluation models
to adapt to local needs, robust enough to maintain a common identity across different communities.
Collaboration among evaluators
evaluation into the earliest phases
Analysis of media artifacts
produced by students and teachers as active authors within a particular community.
More practical and
Some evaluation needs of Collaborative settings are:
(CSCL-EREM) tries to be a framework for helping the orchestration of the evaluation of collaborative (Ubiquitous) settings
The aim of the model is to provide clear, understandable and action-oriented guidance to practitioners involved in the evaluation of ubiquitous collaborative settings
Jorrín-Abellán, I.M. & Stake, R.E. (2009). Does Ubiquitous Learning Call for Ubiquitous Forms of Formal Evaluation?: An Evaluand oriented Responsive Evaluation Model. Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal, 1 (3). Common Ground Publisher, Melbourne, Australia.
Jorrín-Abellán, I.M., & Stake, R.E., Martínez-Mones, A. (2009). "The Needlework in evaluating a CSCL system: The Evaluand oriented Responsive Evaluation Model."Proceedings of the 9th International conference CSCL, 68-72, Rodhes, Greece, June 2009.
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