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MPASS - A proof of concept in Sakai 3 for a learning portfolio in

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  • 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
    Robert Gérin-LajoieDirecteur du BENA
    Dr. Richard Ratelle,
    Directeur TI, CPASS
  • Medical education use competency based learning
    Rethinking the pedagogical approach
    A multi-years process
    An international mutation
    CanMed define 7 general competencies
    Including Reflection (under Scholar), Collaboration and Communication
  • Pedagogical strategy
    Learning portfolio
    Structured guidance
    Reflection et meta-cognition
    Collaboration with peers and mentors
    Retroaction from professors or supervisors
    Learning portfolio is different from
    An evaluation portfolio
    A presentation portfolio
    A personal portfolio
  • A new tool for a new framework
    Old tools doesn’t fit the need
    WebCT, Moodle, Sakai 2-OSP
    We have tried OSP with the Aristote project in 2008-2009
    Not tailored to this new learning strategy
    Defining a new tool
    Define the pedagogical strategies with professors and instructional designers
    Define users roles and flows
    Define mock-up screens, reusing Sakai 3 Axure design files
    Finally build a proof of concept on Sakai 3
  • MPASS
    Microprogramme de pédagogie appliquée aux sciences de la santé
    MPASS
    Référentiel de compétences
    Parcours
    Cours actuel
    Responsable du cours
    Le PARCOURS duMICROPROGRAMME I …
    Parcours de formation
    Microprogramme I
    Microprogramme II
    Diplôme
    Maîtrise
    SOUTIEN À L’APPRENTISSAGE
    Banque de ressources
    Tuteurs
    Apprendre à utiliser des ressources documentaires
    Trouver des ressources documentaires
    Pédagogie des sciences de la santé
    NOUVELLES

    Banque de ressources
    Portfolio
    Communauté de pratiques
    © 2009-2010. CEFES – Université de MontréalConception: Marilou Bélisle
  • Going to the live demo
  • Lessons learned
    Sakai 3 (Nakamura) is a perfect toolbox to develop new pedagogical strategies
    To develop a new tool in Sakai 3, we will need to define with the community the data and name space
    Where to place tool data in the users spaces and in the sites spaces
    How to name objects
    The relationship between students artefacts, and courses, modules or tasks directives should be expressed with and based on
    A generic way to express all the semantic relationships, RDF or equivalent
    Leap2a, the Portfolio standard, and a good candidate for a generic semantic
  • What’s next?
    Build the collaborative project and resources
    MATI, overall UdeM campus research unit
    CPASS, Medical Pedagocial Center, UdeM
    BENA, U de M
    CRIM
    Work with the Sakai community
    Define the underneath semantic
    Define the best ways to implement the relationship between students objects and courses objects in Nakamura.
    Define the various tools boundaries