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Multiple Perspectives Model <br />Face-to-face <br />component<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an U...
Multiple Perspectives Model <br />On-line <br />component<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Underg...
Multiple Perspectives Model <br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course,  World Comput...
Application of the Model <br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course,  World Computer ...
1staction research cycle:  computer architecture;
2ndaction research cycle:computer networks;
3rdaction research cycle:securityandprivacy.</li></li></ul><li>Application of the Model <br /><ul><li>Our first action res...
The sample consisted of 40 students attending the undergraduate programme in Human Resources Management and Organizational...
Application of the Model <br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course,  World Computer ...
Application of the Model <br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course,  World Computer ...
PresentationandAnalysisofResults<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course,  World Co...
PresentationandAnalysisofResults<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course,  World Co...
57% of the individuals fully agreed with the fact that chat sessions helped themrealise that there were gaps in their unde...
Most individuals (80%) strongly agreed that the use of the chat facilitated student-instructor communication, 17% partiall...
PresentationandAnalysisofResults<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course,  World Co...
68% of the individuals fully agreed that forum questions contributed to a greater involvement in computer architecture rel...
All respondents reported having developed new skills in the forum using the instructor’s feedback. </li></li></ul><li>Pres...
All respondents agreed that cases prepare them better to solve problems.
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  1. 1. Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course<br />Célio Gonçalo Cardoso Marques<br />PolytechnicInstituteof Tomar - Portugal<br />celiomarques@ipt.pt<br /> <br />Ana Amélia Amorim Carvalho<br />Universityof Minho - Portugal<br />aac@ie.uminho.pt<br /> <br />Brisbane, Australia, 20 September 2010<br />
  2. 2. HigherEducationChallenges<br />2<br />New methodologies that enhance active learning<br />Multiple Prespectives Model  b-learning model (Carvalho, 2009) <br />Lifelong learning needs<br />Strong development <br />of information technologies<br />Globalization and market expansion<br />Higher education faces a series of challenges<br />LMSs, Web 2.0, mobile technologies,<br />interactive and immersive VR tools<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course, World Computer Congress 2010, Brisbane (Australia)<br />
  3. 3. Multiple Perspectives Model <br />Face-to-face <br />component<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course, World Computer Congress 2010, Brisbane (Australia)<br />3<br />
  4. 4. Multiple Perspectives Model <br />On-line <br />component<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course, World Computer Congress 2010, Brisbane (Australia)<br />4<br />
  5. 5. Multiple Perspectives Model <br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course, World Computer Congress 2010, Brisbane (Australia)<br />5<br />The Multiple Perspectives model focuses on the exploration of cases available in the form of learning objects structured according to the MPLO Model (Carvalho, 2007). <br />1stComponent: <br />Case<br />Case: text, <br />video or audio<br />2ndComponent: <br />Perspectives<br />P1<br />…<br />Pn<br />3rd Componente: <br />Deconstruction<br />P1<br />P2<br />P3<br />Mini-<br />Case<br />P4<br />Pn<br />Additional information<br />
  6. 6. Application of the Model <br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course, World Computer Congress 2010, Brisbane (Australia)<br />6<br /><ul><li>Using an action research study(Barbier, 1977; Car & Kemmis, 1986; Elliot, 1991; Kemmis & McTaggart, 1988; 1992; McNiffet al., 1996; Quigley & Kuhne, 1997) we applied and validated the Multiple Perspectives Model within higher education (Polytechnic Institute of Tomar):
  7. 7. 1staction research cycle: computer architecture;
  8. 8. 2ndaction research cycle:computer networks;
  9. 9. 3rdaction research cycle:securityandprivacy.</li></li></ul><li>Application of the Model <br /><ul><li>Our first action research cycle started in the beginning of 2009/2010.
  10. 10. The sample consisted of 40 students attending the undergraduate programme in Human Resources Management and Organizational Behaviour. </li></ul>Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course, World Computer Congress 2010, Brisbane (Australia)<br />7<br />
  11. 11. Application of the Model <br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course, World Computer Congress 2010, Brisbane (Australia)<br />8<br />
  12. 12. Application of the Model <br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course, World Computer Congress 2010, Brisbane (Australia)<br />9<br />
  13. 13. PresentationandAnalysisofResults<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course, World Computer Congress 2010, Brisbane (Australia)<br />10<br />Chat participation<br />
  14. 14. PresentationandAnalysisofResults<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course, World Computer Congress 2010, Brisbane (Australia)<br />11<br />Reactions to the chat<br /><ul><li>13% of the individuals had the opportunity to clarify a great number of doubts regarding the subject matter studied in chat sessions, 34% answered many questions, 40% answered some questions and 10% answered a few.
  15. 15. 57% of the individuals fully agreed with the fact that chat sessions helped themrealise that there were gaps in their understanding of specific aspects of the subject matter, 40% agreed partially.
  16. 16. Most individuals (80%) strongly agreed that the use of the chat facilitated student-instructor communication, 17% partially agreed.</li></li></ul><li>PresentationandAnalysisofResults<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course, World Computer Congress 2010, Brisbane (Australia)<br />12<br />Forum Participation<br />
  17. 17. PresentationandAnalysisofResults<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course, World Computer Congress 2010, Brisbane (Australia)<br />13<br />Reactions to the forum<br /><ul><li>Most respondents (74%) fully agreed that the forum is a very important tool in discussing module related topics, the remainder partially agree.
  18. 18. 68% of the individuals fully agreed that forum questions contributed to a greater involvement in computer architecture related subjects, 29% agreed partially and 3% did not know.
  19. 19. All respondents reported having developed new skills in the forum using the instructor’s feedback. </li></li></ul><li>PresentationandAnalysisofResults<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course, World Computer Congress 2010, Brisbane (Australia)<br />14<br />Reactions to the on-line module<br /><ul><li>92% of the respondents consider that cases helped them understand the module subject matters; and they think this is mainly because cases promote a greater involvement within the subject matters (60%) and they allow different approaches to the problem (29%).
  20. 20. All respondents agreed that cases prepare them better to solve problems.
  21. 21. It was verified that 48% of respondents liked this on-line module very much, 30% liked it much, 20% liked it and one individual did not like it. The great majority of respondents (95%) were open to study further modules on-line.</li></li></ul><li>PresentationandAnalysisofResults<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course, World Computer Congress 2010, Brisbane (Australia)<br />15<br />Results obtained in the knowledge test<br />Once the on-line activities were completed, participants answered a knowledge test.<br />
  22. 22. PresentationandAnalysisofResults<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course, World Computer Congress 2010, Brisbane (Australia)<br />16<br />Interviews<br /><ul><li>The interviews allowed us to assess some less positive aspects of the module.
  23. 23. The most addressed topic was the chat room. According to some of the students interviewed, there should be more chat schedules and they should be earlier. Furthermore, some of them found chat sessions a little confusing due to the large number of participants.
  24. 24. The great majority of interviewed students that showed difficulties with the forum and the chat had neither attended the workshop nor watched the tutorials.</li></li></ul><li>Conclusions<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course, World Computer Congress 2010, Brisbane (Australia)<br />17<br /><ul><li>The Multiple Perspectives model is a blended-learning model proposal for the development of knowledge advanced skills based on the Cognitive Flexibility Theory. This model focuses on the use of learning objects and communication tools of the LMS.
  25. 25. Its use in the course of the Human Resources Management and Organizational Behaviour programme produced favourable results and was well accepted among students, which makes us believe that it may be a credible option for all teachers wishing to implement blended learning in their courses.
  26. 26. However, the opinion questionnaire and interviews showed that some adjustments still need to be made.</li></li></ul><li>Conclusions<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course, World Computer Congress 2010, Brisbane (Australia)<br />18<br /><ul><li>Chat sessions will be limited to 15 users and subject to prior Moodle registration by means of a wiki.
  27. 27. The number of chat sessions will increase which will enable us to provide afternoon and evening sessions, thus meeting the desire of all students.
  28. 28. A contingency plan will be created to cope with possible delays or absences in chat sessions.
  29. 29. Casequestions will start to be written in the forum title for easier tracking. </li></li></ul><li>Conclusions<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course, World Computer Congress 2010, Brisbane (Australia)<br />19<br /><ul><li>A tutorial will be created using Jing software where students will be able to learn how to use the forum to answer the question.
  30. 30. The final comment will made available in podcast format, thus allowing more students to access the comment and listen to it as they wish.
  31. 31. The possibility of implementing chatbots for generic questions on how LMS works as well as the use of social bookmarking tools will also be considered. </li></li></ul><li>Thank you for your presence!<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course, World Computer Congress 2010, Brisbane (Australia)<br />Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course<br />Célio Gonçalo Cardoso Marques<br />PolytechnicInstituteof Tomar - Portugal<br /> celiomarques@ipt.pt<br /> <br />Ana Amélia Amorim Carvalho<br />Universityof Minho - Portugal<br />aac@ie.uminho.pt<br /> <br />20<br />

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