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Sakai11 la assessmentportfolio
Sakai11 la assessmentportfolio
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Over the last year, the OSP community has done some interesting work on describing the portfolio requirements of an assessment scenario. It encompasses setting up learning/competency objectives, …

Over the last year, the OSP community has done some interesting work on describing the portfolio requirements of an assessment scenario. It encompasses setting up learning/competency objectives, guiding students in the construction of artefacts, providing simple forms for rubrics-type feedback and evaluation and generating appropriate reports. In this presentation, we demonstrate a Sakai OAE type environment currently in development at MATI Montreal that addresses all these needs. Key to this work is the use of open source solutions for building forms, sequencing tasks, and generating reports using a unique competency gradebook.

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  • 1. Assessment Portfolios: Answering Users’needs in a Sakai OAE Type Environment
    Jacques Raynauld, Faculty, HEC Montréal and MATI Montréal
  • 2. Overview
    Short history – link to the community
    Sakai OAE vs US
    Portfolios and OSP : the needs
    Short Demo of a proof of concept (activity)
    Building blocks
    CompetencyGradebook
    Road-map
    2
  • 3. Context of the session
    MATI Montréal is a research center for HEC Montréal, École polytechnique and University of Montréal
    Started a strategic initiative on guided- assessment portfolios in 2008 – manyschoolsinvolved
    3
  • 4. Context of the session
    Activelyparticipated to the Sakai portfolio community
    Presentation at the Sakai Denver Conference : Learning portfolios : a structured approach
    Choose a Sakai OAE type framework for development
    Complementary …knowing that OAE team is working on free form portfolios (NYU)
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  • 5. Sakai OAE vs US
    jQueryJavascript + widgets
    TinyMCE free form editor
    Sling REST API
    noSQL back-end
    Google WebToolKitjavascriptwidgets
    Model-based structural editor
    Sling REST API
    Jack-Rabbit
    Slight interface differences
    Use of external open source tools (ORBEON, EMaEval)
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  • 6. Portfolios and OSP
    Portfolios answermanyneeds: assessment and presentation (free-form)
    Discussion over the year: personas, sce-narios,use cases mini-specsrevolvearound
    Competency/learningoutcomes
    Artefact construction by students
    Reflection/Feedback
    Rubric/Evaluation
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  • 7. Portfolios scenarios
    Although the needs are similar, ourexperienceso far isthat all portfolios are slightlydifferent
    Need a very flexible tool!
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  • 8. Demo
    8
  • 9. Simple demo – proof of concept
    Playing the portfolio
    Student
    Tutor
    Reports
    Creatingformsusing ORBEON
    Creating the portfolio structure
    CompetencygradebookEMaEval
    9
  • 10. Demo
    MATI portfolio Editor
    OrbeonForm Server
    Sling
    EMaEval – CompetencyGradebook
    Front-end GWT
    To create and fillforms
    Back-end – data persistence and workflow
    Manage competencyframework, competencyrelatedtasks for students, tutors,
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    Set of Web services thatlink the differenttools
  • 11.
  • 12. July 2009
    10th Sakai Conference - Boston, MA, U.S.A.
    12
    All these entries are activities to beexecutedsequentially by the actors
  • 13. July 2009
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    Sakai OSP cell interface
  • 14. Key building blocks – a model-based approach to portfolios
    14
  • 15. Key building blocks
    Resources? Types?
    Assembling the resources: creating activities
    Views (matrices)
    Roles? Instructor, tutor, student
    Workflow
    Export
    Reports and the competency gradebook
  • 16. 1. Resources
    1. Resources
    Text
    Files (Power Point, PDF, Doc, videos, etc.)
    URL
    Comments
    Forms
    16
  • 17. 1. Resources
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    Learning outcomes/competencies
    Civic knowledge & engagement (local & global)
    Creativethinking
    Criticalthinking
    Ethicalreasoning & action
    Foundations & skills for lifelonglearning
    Information literacy
    Inquiry & analysis
    Integrativelearning
    Interculturalknowledge & competence
    Oral communication
    Problemsolving
    Quantitative literacy
    Teamwork
    Written communication
    Association of American Colleges and Universities
    http://www.aacu.org/
  • 18. 1. Resources
    18
    Rubrics (forms)
    Association of American Colleges and Universities
    http://www.aacu.org/
  • 19. 2. Assembling the resources
    19
    Organizing the resources according to a model approach
    Structure
    Unit
    Context
    Resources
    Root
    Structure
    Unit
    Context
    Resource
  • 20. 2. Assembling the resources - OSP
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    Root
    Structure
    Competency 1
    Porfolio
    Unit
    Context
    Instructions
    Text file
    Year1
    Resource
    Competency 1
    Competency 2
    Submit form
    Form to submit the artefact (student)
    Year 2
    Competency 1
    Competency 2
    Evaluation
    Grading rubric form (tutor)
  • 21. Competency 1
    Instructions
    Text file
    Submit form
    Form to submit the artefact (student)
    Evaluation
    Grading rubric form (tutor)
    3 - Matrice view
    For us, matrices are a view (differentpresentation) of the information alreadyavailableelsewhere.
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  • 22. 4. Role
    Very important - in anylearningactivity, the student an be an editor, an evaluator, writecomments, etc.
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  • 23. 5 - Workflow
    Our workflow are codedmanuallyusingSling but playeddynamicallyplayed
    Nextstep: use a workflow standard like XPDL and a workflowengine (Bonita)
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  • 24. 6- Export
    Vous have a project to export in the LEAP2A standard
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  • 25. 7. Reports and competencygradebook
    EMaEvalis an open source environmentthatisspecialized for competencyevaluation (Pentila – Savoie - usedextensively in France)
    Competencyframework
    List of competencyrelatedactivitieswithactorsinvolved
    Tracks and saves the results
    Can generate reports and certificates (accreditation)
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    Highly flexible model basedapproach – cantackleverydifficults scenarios
  • 26. 6. Reports and competencygradebook
    We are going to writespecialed Web services to leverage all the EMaEvalpossibilities
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  • 27. Road-map
    Proof of concept isworking fine – weunderstand the wholechain
    Small Pilot with the engineering school in September (faculty of education?)
    Numeroussmaller pilots withourmock-up engine
    More stable and robust application nextyear
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  • 28. Road-map
    Weshould report on the variousexperiments
    Any questions? Comments? Ideas?
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