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Citizens in a Knowledge Society: rethinking education from scratch. Part 4: New assessment frameworks for new skills


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Conference for the "Quality standards in ICT education" workshop within the EU Project "Click to Europe" (Part 4). More information:

Conference for the "Quality standards in ICT education" workshop within the EU Project "Click to Europe" (Part 4). More information:

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  • 1. Citizens in a Knowledge S C Society:rethinking education from scratch. scratch Part 4New assessment frameworks for new skills Ismael P ñ Ló I l Peña-López Internet Interdisciplinary Institute Universitat Oberta de Catalunya Quality standards in ICT education workshiop Belgrade, April 12, 2011. B l d A il 12 2011
  • 2. Digital competences
  • 3. Inequality & exclusion in the Info. Society y y Person Self-programmable Generic Institution Exclusion Source of innovation Connected Executor and value creation Diamond in the rough Structurally irrelevantDisconnected but invisible to to the system networks Inequality
  • 4. Taking part in the network g Infoxication FilteringNetN t Node N d Knowledge Reputation
  • 5. Digital skills in everyday life g y y School S h l Firm Fi Government G t Citizen CitiTechnological Acquisition EvaluationLiteracyInformational Acquisition Life-long learning Empowerment Evaluation yLiteracyMedia Acquisition 4th & 5th Estates Empowerment Evaluation Open government User GeneratedLiteracy Goverati ContentDigital e-Portfolios & Networking Transparency & Identity PLE e-Portfolios Accountability SocializationPresence Participation pe-Awareness Business models Participation Privacy & Security Self-programming Connected Participation Connected worker institution Connected citizen
  • 6. A comprehensive definition of digital skills g Technological Literacy Get Monitor Identity Multimedia Informational Digital Presence Media Literacy Literacy Manage M Define D fi Network N t k Crossmedia C di e-Awareness
  • 7. Digital students, studentsanalogue institutions
  • 8. y Information Society and EducationData from UNDP (20 006), Dutta, S., López-Claro A. & Mia, I. (2006) S os,
  • 9. y Education Quality & Internet in ClassroomData from Dutta, S., López-Claros A. & Mia, I. (2006) , s,
  • 10. Students: Use of computers/InternetData from OECD (2007)
  • 11. Where do students use computers/InternetData from OECD (2007)
  • 12. Where do people learn computer/Internet? Data from INE (2007) m
  • 13. Lack of resources at schoolsData from OECD (2007)
  • 14. Teaching and Internet: community g yMominó, J. M., Sigalés, C. & Meneses, J. (2007a)
  • 15. Teaching and Internet: communic. and info. gMominó, J. M., Sigalés, C. & Meneses, J. (2007a)
  • 16. Conclusions? Students look for information, communicate and collaboratethrough the Internet, but not in the classroom, because there are no resources – due to lack of financing,leadership tl d hi at school por f lt d posibilidades económicas, h l falta de ibilid d ó iliderazgo en la escuela o estrategia fuera de ella –, Usage of the Internet in teaching is intensive in information, butscarce in communication and collaboration, and because teacher do not know or cannot apply ICTs in theclassroom, despite doing everything possible – like training – and evensucceed i d i it t d in doing it, tough outside of th classroom. h t id f the l
  • 17. Education in a digital era
  • 18. Conclusion Information efficiency Knowledge management TeachingICTs No change of paradigm No acquisition of new skills Learning
  • 19. New educational methodologies g Shift towards virtuality Blended learningShift towards the student ComptencesShift towards the activity PLE
  • 20. The (e-)portfolio (I) ( ) ()Points Required Concepts Reflection/ Overall items critique Presentation90-100 All required items Items clearly demonstrate Reflections Items are clearly are included, with that the desired learning illustrate the ability introduced, well a significant outcomes for the term to effectively organized, and /sample.htm number of have been achieved. The critique work, and creatively additions. student has gained a to suggest displayed, showing significant understanding constructive connection between of the concepts and f th t d practical ti l items. it s/assessment/ applications. alternatives.75-89 All required items Items clearly demonstrate Reflections Items are are included with included, most of the desired illustrate the ability introduced and well org/workshops a few additions. learning outcomes for the to critique work, organized, showing term. The student has and to suggest connection between gained a general constructive items. rscavanaugh.o understanding of the practical concepts and alternatives. applications. http://dr... ... ... ... ...
  • 21. The (e-)portfolio (II) ( ) ( )ItemIt Deficient D fi i t Fair F i Good G d Excellent E ll tSpreadsheets There is a The spreadsheet The spreadsheet Presence of spreadsheet, but shows data, but calculates with complex formulas does not work uses no formulas formulas and graphicsWeb search Results listed do Results listed come Different and Information comes not belong to the from Wikipedia and original sources of from topic t i dictionaries di ti i information i f ti official/accredited ffi i l/ dit d sourcesVideo No video Video without Video is edited and Video is optimized editing or includes credits and for web sharing and transformation. other info. being played in mobile devices.... ... ... ... ...
  • 22. Open education Open content and open educationalresources (OER) Open credit Massive Open Online Courses(MOOC) Edupunk and the Open Syllabus p p y
  • 23. The PLE Twitter e-Lists About me Google Calendar Blogs Dopplr Journals Gmail for GApps e-Lists Twitter ader ared Delicious Prezi Google Rea Google Sha Works R W k Repository it YouTube Slideshare Bibliograph. Manager Slideshare YouTube Blog (ICT4D) G Delicious G Flickr Blog (SociedadRed) Flickr News Wiki Other Google Documents DropBoxLegend: Comments in blogs Apps/services: inbound Lifestream Facebook External service, own domain LinkedIn Web Analytics Spaces in personal website ebsite A d i d RSS Area of own domain Embed Apps/services: outbound API FriendFeed
  • 24. Formality in education y Planned Formal Non-Formal A subject in a A conference or a University Degree workshop on a current topicCurriculum basedCurriculum‐based Goal‐set Serendipitous Structured Self-taught / S lf t ht Informal autodidactic Something you learnt from your Learning a topic in a colleagues at work library or a website Just in time
  • 25. From formal to open social learning Syllabus Formal S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 Open Formal O1 S2 O3 S4 S5 Non-Formal S2 S5 Informal I f l I1 I3 + Self-taught / autodidactic I1 I2 O3 I4 O5 Translearning S1 I2 I3 O4 S5 S1 O2 O4 S5 PLE Open Social Learning O1 I1 I3 I4
  • 26. Learning ecosystems g y Open Education in SNS Social Networking Sites Classroom /subject Blogs Blogs, Wikis, Classroom / subject Twitter j Social bookmarks bookmarks... Classroom /subject Repositories Aggregators Social Component Web 2.0 open spaces Learning  Learning/ Management  Management Personal  Personal Personal Teaching/ System /  Learning  Management Virtual  Environment Knowledge Component Learning  (PLE) Management Environment Component e‐Portfolio Assessment Component Own Blog, Wiki... on-LMS Virtual classrooms Own Bibliographic Manager, Institutional repositories Bookmarks... Monitoring t l M it i tools Own Repository
  • 27. Quality standards
  • 28. Quality standards in ICT education y External World vironment? olio: the DNa of the Personal Learning Env Verifiying Planning Recognising Moderating Assessing Reflecting Accreditingg Recording Presenting o Certifying 2007) E-portfo Attwell (2 Learner L
  • 29. Quality standards in ICT Edu. for inclusion y Output Outcome Employability Empowerment e-Inclusion Inclusion
  • 30. 30Belgrade, April 12, 2011. Quality standards in ICT education g , p , yTo cite this work:Peña-López, Ismael. (2011) Citizens in a Knowledge Society: rethinking education from e a ópe , s ae ( 0 ) C t e s o edge Soc ety et g educat o oscratch. Part 4: New assessment frameworks for new skills. Quality standards in ICTeducation workshop, April 12, 2011. Belgrade.< citizens knowledge society 4 new assessment frameworks.pdf>To contact the author: All the information in this document under a Creative Commons license: Attribution – Non Commercial – No Derivative Works More information please visit