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Using pedagogical activity patterns for analysing learning affordances of social software - presenatation by Kai and myself at ECER 07conference in Ghent

Using pedagogical activity patterns for analysing learning affordances of social software - presenatation by Kai and myself at ECER 07conference in Ghent

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    • Using Pedagogical Activity Patterns for Analysing the Learning Affordances of Social Software 
      • Mart Laanpere, Tallinn University, Estonia
      • Kai Pata, University of Tartu, Estonia
    • Roadmap
      • Web 2.0 (r)evolution in e-learning
      • Activity theory revisited
      • Activity patterns and e-tool affordances
      • Soft ontology approach
      • iCampFolio tool
      • Preliminary results of an emprical study
    • Web 2.0 and e-learning
      • E-learning 1.0 = using a LMS/VLE
      • Web 2.0: from read-only to read-write Web
      • E-learning 2.0: Personal Learning Environments
      • Constructivist approach to learning environments
      • Problem: how to select tools for PLEs and make them interoperable?
    • Activity theory revisited
      • Engeström: Activity model
      • Knotworking
      • Action-Act-Operation
      • Pattern languages: from architecture to computing
      • Unified Activity Management framework by IBM
      • Learning activity patterns: people, tools, objects, (roles, rules, events)
      • Beyond IMS Learning Design
    • Affordances of e-tools
      • Affordance: originally used by J.J. Gibson in environmental psychology, referring to salient functionalities of environment that lead to direct perception and action by an agent (hobbit door)
      • Affordances in Human Computer Interaction design
      • E-learning 2.0: inter-tool learning affordances, impact of community and academic culture
      • Mapping activity patterns with learning affordances
    • Soft ontology approach
      • Ontology: philosophy of being, existance
      • “Hard” ontology in Web 2.0: taxonomies (OWL)
      • Soft Ontology (SO) approach (Aviles, Kaipainen et al): each agent is able to rank, add and negotiate properties based on personal preferences
      • Combining SO and MDS (Multi-Dimensional Scaling)
      • Implementing soft ontology in e-inclusion and community building
    • iCampFolio tool
    • Preliminary results of a study
      • The study is part of FW6 IST project iCamp
      • 21 MA students were asked to depict and analyse their learning activity patterns in Learning Technologies course
      • Result was a heterogeneous set of mindmaps, heavily tool-oriented
      • Then we asked them to evaluate with iCampFolio learning affordances of the Web 2.0 tools they used
      • Work in progress: www.htk.tlu.ee/icamp , icamp.eu