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  • 1. Mobile Inquiry Based LearningProposal Number: #318499Acronym: weSPOT
  • 2. Inquiry Based Learning• involves learners asking questions aboutthe real world• generating hypotheses• collecting data, making observations• test hypotheses, analyze and interpretdata• can be controlled experimentation,modelling, integration of existing ...
  • 3. InquiryBasedLearning
  • 4. PI Inquiry Cycle
  • 5. Problems, challenges• introduction to teachers, connecting tocurricula, time/formal constraints• lacks of inquiry skills in students• design and implementation of experiments• support for self-tracking in the process forreflection
  • 6. Problems, challenges 2• need for data collection tools in context• support for forming hypothesis and testingthem via experimentation and data collection• support for self-regulation• take into account students domain knowledgeas a starting point
  • 7. Mobile TEL for Inquiry• DATA: store data, aggregate data, performcomplex computations and visualize data• CONNECTED: mobile data collection,experience sampling, direct feedback,collaboration support and task sharing,context logging• COMPUTATION: complex simulationssupport modeling, learning analytics andreflection support
  • 8. what is weSPOT ?Challenge1: A lack of inquiryskillsChallenge 2: curiosity is notsupportedChallenge 3: Construct personalconceptual knowledge.Challenge 4: Linking e-learningwith inquiry.Challenge 5: How to measureimpact?Objective 1: To provide smart,adaptive inquiry support.Objective 2: Bridge formal andinformal learning activities.Objective 3: personal inquiryprojects and link everyday lifeand classroom teaching.Objective 4: Create an opensource toolset.Objective 5: we SPOT willevaluate the impact.ServicesMobileClientsRequirementsSpecificationTheory andModelsDiagnosticInstrumentInquiryCourse &TemplatesClassroomClientsEvaluationReport andPublicationsIntegratedPilot Setups
  • 9. how will weSPOT ?WP6 Integrationwith stakeholder contextWP2,7 Pedagogical Developmentand EvaluationWP2 Pedagogical DesignProducts of weSPOTWP 3, 4, 5 Technology DevelopmentWP3 Workflow andSemantic TechnologiesWP4 MobileCommunication and DataCollection TechnologiesWP5 Collaboration andReflection TechnologiesWP1 Project ManagementWP7 Evaluation andValidationWP8 Dissemination and ExploitationInquiryWorkflowServicesMobileClientsDiagnosticInstrumentInquiryCourse &TemplatesCollaborationClientssoftwareengineerstest-bedpartnerseducationalscientists
  • 10. WP3 Personal and Social Inquiry WorkflowsWP4 Mobile Inquiry TechnologiesWP5 Collaboration and Reflection TechnologiesD5.1DiagnosticInstrumentD5.2PerformanceAnalyticsD5.3ReflectionToolsD4.1PersonalInquiryManagerD4.2NotificationSystemD4.3DataCollectionD4.4CoordinationManagerD3.1InquiryEngineD3.1MashupServicesD3.1Open BadgeSystemD5.4CollaborationToolsD3.4IntegratedWorkflowsD4.5IntegratedMobileD5.5IntegratedCollaboration
  • 11. WP 4Mobile InquiryTechnologies
  • 12. Task 4.1 Mobile Personal Inquiry Managerpersonal inquiry manager available on main mobile platforms(iOS, Android) as free apps supporting learner’s in a self-directed approach forcreating personal inquiry projects on mobiles as alsomanaging there existing on-going inquiry projects.The personal inquiry manager will also be the central Hub forpersonal badges and mobile profile access and networking.
  • 13. Task 4.2 Context-aware notification systemnotification of mobile users based on open notificationprotocols as XMPP.Using sensor technology in smartphones the notification of userscan be based on contextual filters relevant for inquiry projects.Learners can link inquiry projects to certain locations,physical objects, or combinations of contextual factors, i.e.the weather at a certain location at a specific time of theyear.notifications can trigger the collection of dataubiquitous and context-dependent messaging services
  • 14. Task 4.3 Mobile Data Collection Systemdirect submission of sensor data and manualmeasurements into the workflow system.annotations and multimedia materials. For this aim allavailable sensor systems on-board of mobile smartphones(Location, Accelerometer, Camera, Microphone, Lightsensor)asalso extensions of existing platforms with special sensors can beused.older mobile phones can be integrated via notification andsubmission of information via SMS systems.
  • 15. Task 4.4 Mobile Inquiry Coordination Interfaceinquiry coordinators access to the current on-goinginquiries and the contributions of all participants.It will allow central dispatching of messages andmanagement of tasks and data.guided inquiry approaches linking formal and informallearning activities as also multi-user inquiries
  • 16. Mobile Inquiry Based LearningProposal Number: #318499Acronym: weSPOT