Education Metadata Meetup | Intro & Background

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From the Education Metadata Meetup on 7/30/14 in Washington, DC - Dave Gladney & Michael Jay introduce the event and give a brief background on education metadata and why it's important.

From the Education Metadata Meetup on 7/30/14 in Washington, DC - Dave Gladney & Michael Jay introduce the event and give a brief background on education metadata and why it's important.

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  • 1. Education Metadata Meetup 30 July 2014 Washington, D.C.
  • 2. Education Metadata Meetup 30 July 2014 Washington, D.C.
  • 3. Housekeeping Program overview
  • 4. Housekeeping Program overview Context - Why we’re here Enablers - Metadata & Registries Show & Tell Government Developer/Solutions Providers Content Providers/Curators Institutional users Wrap-up and Networking Lunch
  • 5. Housekeeping Lunch location, orders Social: #MetadataMU, #LRMI Attendee video poll Dave & Michael show @ STATS-DC
  • 6. Problem Statement It is easy to choose an instructional resource when there is only one.
  • 7. Problem Statement Increasingly more complex as there are more options to address learner needs.
  • 8. Problem Statement Support discovery and selection of the ‘right’ resource and instructional strategy
  • 9. 8 So, why do we need a standard?
  • 10. 8 So, why do we need a standard?
  • 11. 8 So, why do we need a standard?
  • 12. Discovery and Organization
  • 13. Discovery and Organization
  • 14. Discovery and Organization
  • 15. Discovery and Organization
  • 16. Discovery and Organization Houghton Mifflin Harcourt ISBN: 978-0-547-85282-9 Maybe Next: Monkeying with Metadata
  • 17. Long History of Instructional Review & Classification 14
  • 18. Metadata Types 15 Descriptive Structural Administrative
  • 19. Metadata Types 16 Descriptive Properties (title, author, publisher, # pages, etc.) Application Structural Administrative
  • 20. The  LRMI  Proper-es  v1  (lrmi.net/ Descrip-ve  Terms  (Schema.org): – #tle/name – URL – descrip#on – image – about – created  (date) – Creator – Publisher – inLanguage – useRightsUrl* – isBasedOnUrl Educa-onal  Terms  (applica-on):   – educa#onalRole   – educa#onalUse       – #meRequired   – typicalAgeRange       – interac#vityType       – learningResourceType   !    Competency  related:   – educa#onalAlignment   – educa#onalFramework   – Alignment  Type   – targetDescrip#on   – targetName   – targetURL 25 * part of LRMI spec but not yet adopted by schema.org
  • 21. Educational Role Administrator Mentor Parent Peer Tutor Specialist Student Teacher Team 26
  • 22. Educational Use Activity! Analogies! Assessment! Auditory! Brainstorming! Classifying! Comparing! Cooperative Learning! Creative Response! Demonstration! Differentiation ! Discovery Learning! Discussion/Debate! Drill & Practice! Experiential! Field Trip! Game Generating hypotheses! Guided questions Hands-on Homework! ID similarities & differences! Inquiry! Interactive! Interview/Survey! Interviews! Introduction! Journaling ! Kinesthetic! Laboratory! Lecture! Metaphors! Model & Simulation! Musical Nonlinguistic ! Note taking ! Peer Coaching! Peer Response! Play! Presentation Problem Solving! Problem-based Project! Questioning ! Reading! Reciprocal teaching ! Reflection! Reinforcement! Research! Review! Role Playing! Service learning ! Simulations! Summarizing Technology ! Testing hypotheses! Thematic instruction ! Visual/Spatial! Word association 27
  • 23. Interactivity Type Active Expositive Mixed 28
  • 24. Typical Age Range 0-2 2-5 5-8 8-10 10-12 12-14 14-16 16-18 18+ 29
  • 25. Learning Resource Type Activity Audio Broadcast Calculator Discussion E-Mail Field Trip Hands-on In-Person/Speaker Kinesthetic Lab Material Manipulative MBL Model On-Line Podcast Presentation Printed Robotics Still Image Video Wiki Worksheet Lesson Plan Test Quiz 30
  • 26. Alignment Type assesses teaches requires textComplexity readingLevel educationalSubject educationLevel ! 31
  • 27. Shifting 32 Resource Institution Media Adopted Learning Learner Engagement Discovered to to to to Move from…
  • 28. Today you’ll hear about… • Government agencies that are using the LRMI and underlying technologies • Development efforts that are underway to increase access to and use of these metadata • How developers and aggregators of content are taking advantage of instructional metadata • The opportunity metadata holds for improving educational access to large content repositories