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  • 1. Reframing Assessment: Using social software to collect and organise learning Anne Bartlett-Bragg University of Technology, Sydney July, 2008
  • 2. Current assessment practices: * Learners’ attention directed to content * Limits how and what is learned and the process of learning itself
  • 3. Do I have to read ALL of this? What for? Is this part of the assignment? If this is important, how come it’s not in the assignment?
  • 4. How can social software be used to reframe assessment? Self-publishing Collect artefacts Critical reflection Shared resources Weblogs wikis Social bookmarking Collaborate Network Peer feedback
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  • 6. I really had to think! It’s the first time I’ve reviewed my final assignments, based on the feedback I received
  • 7. Underpinning frameworks: A pedagogical framework for self-publishing with social software Bartlett-Bragg, 2006 2: INTERPRETATION & ADAPTATION 3: REFLECTIVE MONOLOGUES 4: REFLECTIVE DIALOGUES 5: DISTRIBUTED KNOWLEDGE ARTEFACTS 1:ESTABLISHMENT Identity Writing Publishing Concepts Context-examples Set-up Writing Socialising Networking Collaborating Distributing Networking Structure Personalisation
  • 8. Underpinning frameworks: Modes of Teaching Baumgartner, 2004
    • Complex simulations
    • To co-operate, to support
    • Realization of adequate action strategies
    • To cope, to master
    • Action in real situations (complex and social)
    • Problem solving
    • To observe, to help, to demonstrate
    • Selection of methods and its use
    • To do, to practice
    • Presentation of pre-determined problems
    • Programmed instruction
    • To teach, to explain
    • Production of correct answers
    • To know, to remember
    • Transfer of knowledge
    Mode 3: Coach (Informal Guide) Mode 2: Tutor (Facilitated Learning) Mode 1: Transfer (Directed Teaching)
  • 9. Underpinning frameworks: Scheme for developing informed judgement Boud & Falchikov (2007) Identifying as active learner From known to need Testing and judging Developing skills Over time Embodying reflexivity and commitment
  • 10. Ssshhh - prepping for an exam