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Leveraging Metadata in K12 | Education Metadata Meetup
Leveraging Metadata in K12 | Education Metadata Meetup
Leveraging Metadata in K12 | Education Metadata Meetup
Leveraging Metadata in K12 | Education Metadata Meetup
Leveraging Metadata in K12 | Education Metadata Meetup
Leveraging Metadata in K12 | Education Metadata Meetup
Leveraging Metadata in K12 | Education Metadata Meetup
Leveraging Metadata in K12 | Education Metadata Meetup
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Leveraging Metadata in K12 | Education Metadata Meetup

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From the Education Metadata Meetup on 7/30/14 in Washington, DC - Knovation's Steve Nordmark discusses what he and his team has learned over the past 14 years they've spent contextualizing educational …

From the Education Metadata Meetup on 7/30/14 in Washington, DC - Knovation's Steve Nordmark discusses what he and his team has learned over the past 14 years they've spent contextualizing educational resources.

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  • 1. FREE = NO COST Teachers Finding Resources through FREE •  $7.50 - $15.00 to find one resources •  Average lesson has 4 resources •  Average cost to find resources for one lesson = $30-$60 per lesson
  • 2. Implementing OER - Additional Costs “As much as an additional 20% annual cost”
  • 3. Why Invest in Metadata? Context is King! h"p://www.linksyouth.co.za/wp-­‐content/uploads/2013/11/Crown.jpg  
  • 4. 127-Point Certification Process h"p://tasbo.mulBview.com/userlogo/tasbo/45185v2v1.jpg  
  • 5. Balancing Automated & Manual Processes h"p://innovategov.org/wp-­‐content/uploads/2013/10/balance4.jpg  
  • 6. Distinctive Contextualization •  Readability: greater level of differentiation within topic •  Topics within Standards: greater level of specificity •  Keyword Specific Context of Resource: avoiding false positives •  Learning Resource Type (LRT): essence of the resource •  Lesson Tag (LT): context of hook, core, practice, assessment •  Authority and Subject Depth: rubrics guide professional review •  Timeline: quick access to multi-faceted view of historical context •  Famous Person: quick access to large population
  • 7. Knovation’s Learning Resource Library Automated & User-Contributed Feedback Customer Input on Metadata & Resources
  • 8. Advancing Personalization thru Metadata Moving Beyond “Table Stakes” •  Formative Assessment Feedback Loop: importance of connecting assessment item and learning resource metadata •  Depth of Knowledge: optimizing fit to students’ ZPD •  Variable Mastery: tagging for remediation, general instruction and enrichment •  Links to Learning Progressions/Pathways: augmenting standards •  Accessibility: industry examples (A11y, BridgingApps) •  Usage Metadata (aka “Paradata”): integrating automated and human- contributed data about resource usage

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