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Identification of Compentences in Self-regulated Learning Processes
Identification of Compentences in Self-regulated Learning Processes
Identification of Compentences in Self-regulated Learning Processes
Identification of Compentences in Self-regulated Learning Processes
Identification of Compentences in Self-regulated Learning Processes
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Identification of Compentences in Self-regulated Learning Processes

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  • 1. Identification of Compentences inSelf-regulated Learning ProcessesRalf Klamma (RWTH Aachen University)Professional Training Facts 2011Stuttgart, GermanyOctober 18-19, 2011 © www.role-project.eu
  • 2. ROLE Conceptualization of Self-Regulated Learning• Navigating through the learning process with ROLE• Getting support for self-regulated learning (SRL)• Starting evaluation of PPIM in the testbeds and in the long-tail (ICALT) learner input regarding goals, preferences, … learner profile information is defined and revised evaluation and creating PLE self-evaluation plan learner reflects and reacts learner finds and selects on strategies, achievements, learning resources and usefulness reflect learn recommendations feedback from peers or tutors (from different sources) learner works on selected learning resources assessment and attaining skills using different self-assessment learning events (8LEM) recommen- be aware of monitoring dations learner should understand and ROLE infrastructure should control own learning process provide adaptive guidance19.10.2011 © www.role-project.eu
  • 3. Identification of Competences in a SRL Forum• Urch Forums (formerly User of clique TestMagic) Non-clique User in – Community on preparation for thread English language tests Thread 1 Clique-user Thread 2 – 120,000+ threads, 800,000+ missing in thread posts, 100,000+ users over 10 years Thread 3 – Social Network Analysis, Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing• What are the goals of learners? – Intent Analysis (Phases 1 & 2)• What are their expressions? Time – Sentiment Analysis (Phases 3 & 4)• Refinement – Cliques are users who appear in several threads together – 12881 cliques with avg. size 5 and avg. occurrence of 14 © www.role-project.eu
  • 4. Learning Phases Can Be Observed Different users Phase 1 and 2 (low sentiment, questioner, lot of intents) Phase 3 (increasing sentiment, conversationalist) 1 week / step Phase 4 (high sentiment, answering person)  40% of „footprints“ of cliques align with model for phases © www.role-project.eu
  • 5. Competences of Self-Monitoring and Self-Assessment Meta-competence Meta competence – Higher order competence Self- monitoring – Competence to monitor ability Professional competence and develop other Language Wall-post writing competence ability competences Social competence Project Blog writing – Depends on context performance ability – Ability to self-monitoring is Project efficiency Comment writing meta-competence in the etc. ability, etc. context of SRL © www.role-project.eu
  • 6. Widget-based Zero-config Competence Dashboard in ROLE Integration of widget dashboard in arbitrary web pages © www.role-project.eu

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