2010 06 16 Sakai BOF MPASS, a medical reflexive learning portfolio

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2010 06 16 Sakai BOF MPASS, a medical reflexive learning portfolio

  1. 1. MPASSMaîtrise en Pédagogieappliquée au Sciences de la SantéMaster in pedagogy applied to Health SciencesA proof of concept in Sakai 3 for a learning portfolio in medical education<br />Robert Gérin-LajoieDirecteur du BENA<br />Dr. Richard Ratelle,<br />Directeur TI, CPASS<br />
  2. 2. Medical education use competency based learning<br />Rethinking the pedagogical approach<br />A multi-years process<br />An international mutation<br />CanMed define 7 general competencies<br />Including Reflection (under Scholar), Collaboration and Communication<br />
  3. 3. Pedagogical strategy<br />Learning portfolio <br />Structured guidance<br />Reflection et meta-cognition<br />Collaboration with peers and mentors<br />Retroaction from professors or supervisors<br />Learning portfolio is different from<br />An evaluation portfolio<br />A presentation portfolio<br />A personal portfolio<br />
  4. 4. A new tool for a new framework<br />Old tools doesn’t fit the need<br />WebCT, Moodle, Sakai 2-OSP<br />We have tried OSP with the Aristote project in 2008-2009<br />Not tailored to this new learning strategy<br />Defining a new tool<br />Define the pedagogical strategies with professors and instructional designers<br />Define users roles and flows<br />Define mock-up screens, reusing Sakai 3 Axure design files<br />Finally build a proof of concept on Sakai 3<br />
  5. 5. MPASS<br />Microprogramme de pédagogie appliquée aux sciences de la santé<br />MPASS<br />Référentiel de compétences<br />Parcours<br />Cours actuel<br />Responsable du cours<br />Le PARCOURS duMICROPROGRAMME I …<br />Parcours de formation<br />Microprogramme I<br />Microprogramme II<br />Diplôme<br />Maîtrise<br />SOUTIEN À L’APPRENTISSAGE<br />Banque de ressources<br />Tuteurs<br />Apprendre à utiliser des ressources documentaires<br />Trouver des ressources documentaires<br />Pédagogie des sciences de la santé<br />NOUVELLES<br />…<br />Banque de ressources<br />Portfolio<br />Communauté de pratiques<br />© 2009-2010. CEFES – Université de MontréalConception: Marilou Bélisle<br />
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  9. 9. Going to the live demo<br />
  10. 10. Lessons learned<br />Sakai 3 (Nakamura) is a perfect toolbox to develop new pedagogical strategies<br />To develop a new tool in Sakai 3, we will need to define with the community the data and name space<br />Where to place tool data in the users spaces and in the sites spaces<br />How to name objects<br />The relationship between students artefacts, and courses, modules or tasks directives should be expressed with and based on<br />A generic way to express all the semantic relationships, RDF or equivalent <br />Leap2a, the Portfolio standard, and a good candidate for a generic semantic<br />
  11. 11. What’s next?<br />Build the collaborative project and resources <br />MATI, overall UdeM campus research unit<br />CPASS, Medical Pedagocial Center, UdeM<br />BENA, U de M<br />CRIM<br />Work with the Sakai community<br />Define the underneath semantic<br />Define the best ways to implement the relationship between students objects and courses objects in Nakamura.<br />Define the various tools boundaries<br />

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