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concept of elearning in Austria - eCOOL - elearning using the method of cooperative open learning

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    • eCOOLeLearning combinedwiththemethodofco-operative, open learning
    • Whatis COOL?
      = cooperative, open Learning
      teamwork
      responsibility
      self-dependency
      learningtocooperate, freedom, creativity, beingmemberof a team
      freechoiceofwhento do what(budgeting time, placeofworkandbeingresponsiblefor individual advancement(„learning-contract“)
      controlledplanningofprojects, documentationoflearning-advancement, individual activities
    • COOL Quality-Criteria
      Must-Haves
      class-teacher-teamswithregularteam-communication(at least threemeetings per semester)
      COOL-course-trainingrequiredbyat least twoteachers
      writtenassignmentswithpreciselearninggoals
      freedomofchoiceforstudentstowork on assignmentswithin open learn-phases – shouldbepartoftheregularscheduleandmakeupat least 3 hours/week, 1/3 of total classworkwouldbe ideal
      class-councils (3x /semester) associal-integrative method
    • CentreofCooperative Open Learning
      Austrian-widecentertoestablishthislearning-method on a broadrange – an initativeofthe Austrian Federal Ministryof Education (bm:ukk)
      Main tasks
      cooperation / networking / information/ pr
      continuousdevelopment
      educationalconcepts
      organizingofseminars
      http://cool.schule.at
    • Quality-Criteria COOL
      COOL networkingpartners
      possibilityofcertification http://cool.schule.at
      COOL (impulse)-schools
      certifiedasvisitableschool
      multiplier-headquarter
      • schoolsusing COOL & elearning
      certificatesaregivenfor a 3-year-period
    • Certified COOL Impulse-Schools
      Center ofcooperativeopen learning
      BHAK/BHAS
      Laa/Thaya
      HLW Zwettl
      BHAK/BHAS
      Kirchdorf
      HLW Linz-
      Landwiedstr.
      Wien
      HAK22-Donaustadt
      SZ Ungargasse
      HAS Friesgasse
      BHAK Neumarkt
      AC Salzburg
      HAK Hallein
      BHAK/BHAS
      Reutte
      HAK/HAS
      Mödling
      BHAK/BHAS
      Neunkirchen
      HLW Bregenz-
      Marienberg
      BHAK/BHAS
      Oberwart
      BHAK/BHAS Bludenz
      HLW
      Hartberg
      BHAK/BHAS
      Bruck/Mur
      BHAK/BHAS
      Imst
      HAK Klagenfurt
      International
      CHS Villach
      BHAK/BHAS
      Deutschlandsberg
    • eCOOL - Definition
      eCOOLuseselearning-toolswiththemethodofcooperative, open learning
      aspects:
      • usageofthemethod COOL
      • usageofelearning-platforms(lms-systems such asMoodle)
      • minimizingof online-phases
      • usageofeCOOLassignments
      • ePortfolio-work
      • game-based-learning
    • eCool – moreaspects
      usageoflms-systemusingvarious different collaborativeandcommunicativeelementsandactivities
      promotionofsocialcompetences/soft skills
      resultsofassignmentsaspartsofePortfolios
      verbalizedfeedbackandreflection
      possibilityforindividualization
      game-based-learning
    • eCOOL-assignments
      Contents ofassignments
      • goals
      • precognition
      • budgeting time (releaseanddeadline)
      • interestpockets
      • materials
      • tasksandlearning-products
      • examination
      • method, choiceofsocial-form
      • feedback/eportfolio/SCORM/blogging
      • commitment, learning-contract
    • eCOOL-assignments
      contentsofassignments
      Basic:
      assignments in structured form withgoals, time-table, social-form
      assignments in word-format
      distributed via lms
      uploadofassignments
      verbalizedteacher-feedback
      Advanced:
      feedbackofstudents – electronicalquestionnaire
      assignments in SCORM-formatanddownloadable
      Expert:
      integration/usageofePortfolios
      usageofsocialmedia
      game-basedassignments
    • developmentoftool-setforthismethod
      exabis e-Portfolio forMoodle
      exabisstudentreviewforMoodle
      exabis Flash-gamesforMoodle
    • eCOOLeportfolio-work
    • eCOOL-ePortfolio-work
      UsageofePortfolioswithineCOOL-Concept
      documentmanagement
      self-reflection & trainer-feedback (blogging)
      publishing-aspect (i.e. one‘sbestwork)
      documentationoflearning-progress
    • eCOOLreflection & review
    • eCOOL-review/reflection
      Usageofexabisstudentreview
      generatesreportsforstudents
      aggregatedfrom different teachers
      based on variable time-period
      verbalizedfeedback
      rating on COOL-scale(teamwork, responsibility, self-dependency)
      printablecustomizableversion
    • eCOOLgame-based-learning
    • startingpoint
      Therearemanygamesaround, but…
      • theyareusually not developedbyteachers
      • cannotbemanipulatedbyteacher
      • are not integrateableintoplatforms
      • usuallydon‘thave a didacticalconcept
    • systematics
      Game-based-learning – categorizationofserious games1:
      • knowledge-orientedcontents
      • questions
      • glossary
      • Memory …
      • operative competenceandsystematicalcontext
      • virtualworlds
      • role-playinggames
      • simulations
      1simplified illustrationfromMayer/Seufert, 2003
    • Moodle-Games
      The games-module of Moodle combines simple games with contents of courses: questions, quizzes, glossary…
      games:
      hangman, crossword,
      cryptex, millionaire, sudoku,
      "Snakes and Ladders", "Book with questions" and "The hidden picture"
    • student-feedback - Snakes & Ladders
      Do youthinkitisusefultousegamesaspartofclass-work?Wouldyouusegamestolearncertainsubjects?Howshould a gamework so it will beacceptedbystudents?
       
      Re: Game BasedLearning2
      Yes, I thinkthatgamesareusefulforclass-work. Theyarefunandcansimplifylearning. A gamehastobefunandthrillingforstudents!
      Re: Game Based Learning
      Nice game – eventhoughitdoes not quitecomeuptoWarcraft III. Itcanbeusedforlearning in classbecauseitisgoodfor a change. I wouldhoweverprefer multi-playergames so I canmatchmyselfwithclassmates.
      2students askedwereage-group 15-18
    • student-feedback - Snakes & Ladders
      Re: Game Based Learning
      Tomyopinionitisvery innovative tousegamesduringclasses. Theycanhelpteachersmakecoursesmoreinterestingandsimplifylearning.
       
      Re: Game Based LearningI thinkthatthisgameiswaytooboring – thereisnobenefitformetoplaythisgame. All you do isclimbup a ladderand after finishingnothingreallyhappens. A gameshouldbeexciting, challengingand also usefulforlearning. Itmightbe a goodstart but thereis still a lotto do ;)
    • WhereistheconnectionbetweeneCOOLandgame-based-learning?
    • eCOOL & game-based-learning
      usageofgames in classroom-situationsusingeCOOL-assignments:
      • using different social-formsofinteraction (individual work, group-work, partner-work)
      • assignmentswithwork-packages
      • individualizedknowledge-acquirement
      • interdisciplinarywork
      • developmentofmedia-competence
    • Examples
      Micro-Games
    • Example
      complexgames
    • Superbrain-Game
      • didacticalsetting
      • communicateswithMoodle
      • challenge-aspect
      downloadableat:www.moodlekurse.org
    • Community-Games
      • socialcommunities
      • communication
      • act in a community
      • interculturaldifferences
      • strategiesforsolvingproblems
      • canbeextendedbyaddingnewtasks
    • Currentproject
      Cooperativeprojectbetween
      • teachers (provide professional contents)
      • students (provideideasforgames, concepts) and
      • developers(professional output).
      game-based-learning-scenariosandgaming-conceptsshouldbedevelopedandpublishedusing
      • game-development-engines (i.e. formakingofadventures) and
      • individuallyproducedgames (i.e. duringschool-projects).
    • COOL-Trailer:
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PR2gITXSrk
      eCOOL-Trailer:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdr9Y6YNJpA
      DVD:http://cool.schule.at
    • http://cool.schule.at Center ofCOoperative Open Learning
      www.cooltrainers.atPlatformforteachersinterested in COOL
      www.moodlekurse.orgeCOOL-assignments, exabis-Moodle-modules
      www.gtn-solutions.commy Company: elearning, socialmedia, cms
      /andreasrieplmyblog
      Thankyou!
      Web: www.gtn-solutions.com
      Mail: ariepl@gtn-solutions.com