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Efficient driving of educational technologies

The presentation describes how to use educational technology in more efficient ways
by Eduardo Gómez Sánchez on 9 May 2011

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Towards a use of technology to support education that is both rich and efficient Eduardo Gómez, Ph.D
Iván M. Jorrín, Ph.D Thursday, March 24 th, 2011 Tools and tips from our group. We live/work in Valladolid We belong to the GSIC research team Intelligent & Cooperative Systems Research Group 25 people (Telecommunications Engineering + Computer Science + Education)

10 Ph.D and 15 PhD students and developers

Working since 1994 in Computer Supported Collaborative Learning

Website: http://www.gsic.uva.es/ Select tools Be adviced of educational capabilities
Discover new tools from my wishes Evaluate Get advice on the evaluation design
Get info from what happened during learning
Get support to process that info Using my institutional VLE
Unconstrained by its built-int tools
With little effort Run Students use the VLE normally
With seemless acces to other tools Deploy Technology can play a role in the whole lifecycle Technology can be tailored Some tools and practices from our research <- El de Edu aquí Collage Graphical design of learning activities
Advice on best practices
Generates graphics or IMS-LD Ontoolsearch Graphical browsing of educational tasks and tool types
Explains why results appear Tools for evaluation ILOCA: support for ethnographic observations of interactions
CSCL-EREM Community Portal: advice, sharing and discussing your evaluation designs and reports Allows the extension of popular VLEs to integrate tools "in the Web"
Without touching the VLE code
Educators and stuendest see seemless integration GLUE!-PS Part of GLUE! that allows the deployment of a whole design from its LD formalization GLUE! But can tailoring technology for each situation be... ... efficient and sustainable? EFFICIENT DRIVING OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SCHOOL BUS Well, now that's another story I can see a jigsaw with
Individual study phase
Expert phase
Group phase Students will use:
videos on YouTube
the Wikipedia
SpicyNodes, Text2Map or Dabbleboard to make concept maps
Chats
Etherpad, PiratePad or Google Documents to write ideas
Prezi or Google Presentations to make a presentation of their conclusions I can use
Collage to design my class
Ontoolsearch to find the right tools
KSU Moodle to deploy
CoKenVa to share with Iván my design
CSCL-EREM to get advice on evaluation https://webdev.kennesaw.edu/co-kenva/ Collage, Ontoolsearch, ILOCA free to download or use on the web
GLUE! to be released with adaptors for Moodle and LAMS (hey, beta!)
GLUE!-PS for the end of the summer???
Adaptors for MediaWiki and .LRN on their way
Security not addressed so far
CSCL-EREM Community Portal due in June Are we there yet? Efficient driving of educational technologies Eduardo Gómez, Ph.D
Iván M. Jorrín, Ph.D Wednesday, March 23 rd, 2011 We live/work in Valladolid Thursday, March 24 th, 2011 Are we there yet? SCHOOL BUS EFFICIENT DRIVING OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES Technology can be tailored Technology can play a role in the whole lifecycle But can tailoring technology for each situation be... How could I get my students to reflect on the influence of pulp comic magazines on Broadway musicals, Hollywood movies and music video clips? With the aid of technology Design Get advice on type and sequence of activities
Select student roles
Express desired results
Formalize my design Deploy Collage Some tools and practices from our research https://commons.kennesaw.edu/co-kenva/ Roadmap Who's reading the map
Where educators (may) use technology
How can we help them (and not perish)
Which are the perils of the road
When do we get there Select tools Be adviced of educational capabilities
Discover new tools from my wishes Using my institutional VLE
Unconstrained by its built-int tools
With little effort Get advice on type and sequence of activities
Select student roles
Express desired results
Formalize my design Run Students use the VLE normally
With seemless acces to other tools Design Get advice on the evaluation design
Get info from what happened during learning
Get support to process that info Evaluate How could I get my students to reflect on the influence of pulp comic magazines on Broadway musicals, Hollywood movies and music video clips? With the aid of technology efficient and sustainable? Graphical design of learning activities
Advice on best practices
Generates graphics or IMS-LD Ontoolsearch Graphical browsing of educational tasks and tool types
Explains why results appear Allows the extension of popular VLEs to integrate tools "in the Web"
Without touching the VLE code
Educators and stuendest see seemless integration GLUE! GLUE!-PS Part of GLUE! that allows the deployment of a whole design from its LD formalization Tools for evaluation ILOCA: support for ethnographic observations of interactions
CSCL-EREM Community Portal: advice, sharing and discussing your evaluation designs and reports Well, now that's another story I can see a jigsaw with
Individual study phase
Expert phase
Group phase I can use
Collage to design my class
Ontoolsearch to find the right tools
KSU Moodle to deploy
CoKenVa to share with Iván my design
CSCL-EREM to get advice on evaluation Students will use:
videos on YouTube
the Wikipedia
SpicyNodes, Text2MindMap or Dabbleboard to make concept maps
Chats
Etherpad, PiratePad or Google Documents to write ideas
Prezi or Google Presentations to make a presentation of their conclusions We belong to the GSIC research team Intelligent & Cooperative Systems Research Group 25 people (Telecommunications Engineering + Computer Science + Education)

10 Ph.D and 15 PhD students and developers

Working since 1994 in Computer Supported Collaborative Learning

Website:http://www.gsic.uva.es/ Collage, Ontoolsearch, ILOCA free to download or use on the web
GLUE! to be released with adaptors for Moodle and LAMS (hey, beta!)
GLUE!-PS for the end of the summer???
Adaptors for MediaWiki and .LRN on their way
Security not addressed so far
CSCL-EREM Community Portal due in June Tools to share designs and evaluation reports Want to play with the tools? Webcollage: http://gsic.uva.es/webcollage
Ontoolsearch: http://gsic.uva.es/ontoolsearch
ILOCA: http://gsic.uva.es/iloca
GLUE! in Moodle: http://pandora.tel.uva.es/pruebamoodle By default in Spanish, but go to Archivo->Preferencias, set English and restart User: ksuteacher or ksustudent
Password: in the workshop Presentation available at
http://cetiecourses.ning.com/
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