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  • Maarten van Wesel, University Library The influence of portfolio media on student perceptions and learning outcomes Presentation for Student Mobility and ICT: Can E-LEARNING overcome barriers of Life-Long learning? 19th of November 2008
  • Agenda
    • Theory
      • From reflection to learning outcomes
      • Cognition VS distributed cognition
      • Affordances
    • Method
      • Mentor
      • Block assessment
      • Questionnaire
    • Results
      • Perceived support for self-reflection
      • Effect on learning outcomes
    • Discussion & conclusion
  • From Reflection to Learning outcomes
    • Reflection ↝ Better meta-cognitive knowledge
    • Better meta-cognitive knowledge ↝ Better meta-cognitive regulation
    • Better meta-cognitive knowledge ↝ Better learning
    • Better learning ↝ Better learning outcomes
    Reflection helps students “become aware of their mental structures, subject them to a critical analyses, and if necessary, restructure them” (Korthagen, 2001, p. 51)
  • Cognition VS distributed cognition + + + ((720*40/200)^.5)/12 =
  • Affordances
    • (4^3)^.5 – 6 =
    + + “ Technology has properties -affordances- that make it easier to do some activities, harder to do others... Each has its constraints, preconditions, and side effects that impose requirements and changes on the things with which it interacts, be they other technology, people, or human society at large.” (Norman, 1993, p. 243)
  • Mentor
    • Chooses paper or electronic portfolio
    • Mentor group (3 times in 2006)
      • One kick off
      • Two work sessions
    • Individual meetings 2 times
  • Block assessment
    • Six blocks
    • End of block assessment
    • Graded assignment
  • Portfolio Activity & Block assessment
  • Questionnaire
  • Perceived Support for Self-Reflection
  • Questionnaire
  • Perceived Support for Self-Reflection
  • Perceived Support for Self-Reflection
    • However:
    • Paper-based portfolio: 15.81 hours
    • Electronic portfolio: 23.38 hours
  • Effect on learning outcomes
  • Discussion & Conclusion
    • Lets discuss and conclude together!
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