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Reflection In Web2.0 Style

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A collection of ideas how to maintain metacognitive prompts and answers using Web2.0.

A collection of ideas how to maintain metacognitive prompts and answers using Web2.0.

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  • - Alternativer Name: myReflect
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    • 1. iReflect Reflection in Web2.0 Style Green Talk Martin Homik
    • 2. Motivation
      • Different (Meta-) cognitive prompting schemas:
        • Renkl, Schwonke; B. Woodward
        • No common schema; no semantic model???
      • Learning Diaries used in closed environments
        • Open up!!! Use anytime and anywhere!
        • Get independent
        • Get a larger audience! Get more data!
        • This is how many Web2.0 applications work
          • Focus on and offer specific functions/services
          • Flickr; YouTube; ClipMarks; SlideShare; Google; Delicious
    • 3. Cognitive Prompts
      • Organisation. What is the story line of the talk? Describe the motivation, the goals, and the path to the goals.
      • Elaboration. Make up own examples, counter examples or illustrations. Did you come across the presented techniques in a different context? If yes, where?
      • Critical Reflection. What did you find interesting, useful, convincing, inspiring? Is there anything you criticise?
    • 4. Metacognitive Prompts
      • Monitoring. What did you not understand about the talk?
      • Self-diagnosis. What is the likely reason?
      • Self-regulation. How would you overcome your deficiency?
    • 5. A Structure/Model Prompt Organi- sation Cognitive Meta- Cognitive Elaboration Critical Reflection Regulation Monitoring Diagnosis Q Q Q Q Q Q
      • Problems:
      • How to distinguish prompts?
      • Can’t use all prompts at once
      • More categories …
      Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
    • 6. A Structure/Model Prompt Organi- sation Cognitive Meta- Cognitive Elaboration Critical Reflection Regulation Monitoring Diagnosis Q Q Q Q Q Q
      • Problems:
      • How to distinguish prompts?
      • Can’t use all prompts at once
      • More categories …
      M M M Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
    • 7. A Structure/Model Prompt Organi- sation Cognitive Meta- Cognitive Elaboration Critical Reflection Regulation Monitoring Diagnosis Q Q Q Q Q Q
      • Problems:
      • How to distinguish prompts?
      • Can’t use all prompts at once
      • More categories …
      M M M S M M M Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q
    • 8. Web2.0 Design Patterns
      • Article: Tim O’Reilly: http://www.oreilly.com/lpt/a/6228
      • The Long Tail
      • Data is the Next Intel Inside
      • Users Add Value
      • Network Effects by Default
      • Some Rights Reserved.
      • The Perpetual Beta
      • Cooperate, Don't Control
      • Software Above the Level of a Single Device
    • 9. Scenario Prompts DB Plattform
      • Let users contribute!
      • add prompts
      • create sets
      • annotate
      Service
      • Let users use!
      • press reflect button
      • store in database
      • share / RSS
      • send to blog
      • send via mail …
      • integrate (seamless; add context)
      • choose/assign prompt set
      Reflect DB
    • 10. Where is AI?
      • Semantic Knowledge Representation (Model)
      • Data Mining
        • Analyse (set of) prompts
        • Preferences with respect to Metadata?
        • With respect to usage statistics
      • Expert System for R.-Set suggestions
        • Based on Data Mining and KR
      • NLP
    • 11. Comments are welcome!
    • 12. DFG Proposal
      • Publications on Learning Diaries
      • Publication on e-Portfolio
      • E-Portfolio Study
      • ActiveMath (Loads of Publications)
      • Can add Schwonke, Renkl
    • 13. Research Questions
      • Model? What kind of Metadata;
      • Context information and capturing;
      • Enhance by Data Mining and AI
      • How to make reflection independent of a particular environment and yet acquire and use all information …
      • How to facilitate reuse and seamless integration? Possibly as WebService.