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Presentation held at the CELSTEC Mobile Media Retreat on 28 November 2011 in Heerlen

Presentation held at the CELSTEC Mobile Media Retreat on 28 November 2011 in Heerlen

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    • AwarenessFeedbackSelf-regulationAn integrating review of Butler & Winne (1995) and Endsley (2000)Christian Glahn
    • Designing Technologies forsupporting Workplace Learningrequires aGeneric Model of Learning
    • We have worked on a model onintegrating technologies and learning processesfor a long time
    • Feedback and Reflectionare essential
    • Usually I present this simplified Feedback LoopActor Monitoring / Behaviour Assessment System Experience Knowledge Judgement / Response Reflection
    • It integrates Models for designing Technologies for learningActor Monitoring / Behaviour Assessment System Experience Knowledge Judgement / Response Reflection
    • The models aremore complex thandisplayed in my diagram
    • Usually I talk about thetechnology side of the model …
    • This presentation is aboutReviewing the cognitive models
    • Butler, D. L., & Winne, P. H. (1995). Feedback And Self-RegulatedLearning: A Theoretical Synthesis. Review of EducationalResearch, 65(3), 254-281.SELF-REGULATED LEARNING
    • Feedback and Self-regulated Learning External Performance Feedback Filters Knowledge Tasks & Beliefs Tactics & Cue 1 Goals Products Domain Strategies Knowledge Cue 2 Strategy Knowledge ... Monitoring Motivational Beliefs Cognitive System
    • Concepts of Self-regulation• Outcome feedback• Task cues for performance expectations (calibration feedback)• Cognitive feedback (internal feedback)• Validity feedback (process feedback) – Task validity – Cognitive validity – Functional validity• Motivation
    • Outcome Feedback External Performance Feedback Filters Knowledge Tasks & Beliefs Tactics & Cue 1 Goals Products Domain Strategies Knowledge Cue 2 Strategy Knowledge ... Monitoring Motivational Beliefs Cognitive System
    • Calibration Feedback External Performance Feedback Filters Knowledge Tasks & Beliefs Tactics & Cue 1 Goals Products Domain Strategies Knowledge Cue 2 Strategy Knowledge ... Monitoring Motivational Beliefs Cognitive System
    • Cognitive Feedback External Performance Feedback Filters Knowledge Tasks & Beliefs Tactics & Cue 1 Goals Products Domain Strategies Knowledge Cue 2 Strategy Knowledge ... Monitoring Motivational Beliefs Cognitive System
    • Task Validity Feedback External Performance Feedback Filters Knowledge Tasks & Beliefs Tactics & Cue 1 Goals Products Domain Strategies Knowledge Cue 2 Strategy Knowledge ... Monitoring Motivational Beliefs Cognitive System
    • Cognitive Validity Feedback External Performance Feedback Filters Knowledge Tasks & Beliefs Tactics & Cue 1 Goals Products Domain Strategies Knowledge Cue 2 Strategy Knowledge ... Monitoring Motivational Beliefs Cognitive System
    • Functional Validity Feedback External Performance Feedback Filters Knowledge Tasks & Beliefs Tactics & Cue 1 Goals Products Domain Strategies Knowledge Cue 2 Strategy Knowledge ... Monitoring Motivational Beliefs Cognitive System
    • Motivation External Performance Feedback Filters Knowledge Tasks & Beliefs Tactics & Cue 1 Goals Products Domain Strategies Knowledge Cue 2 Strategy Knowledge ... Monitoring Motivational Beliefs Cognitive System
    • Example Reflective Practitioners as Self-regulated Learners
    • Schön, D. A. (1983). The Reflective Practitioner: HowProfessionals think in Action. London: Maurice Temple Smith.Concepts of reflection• Reflection for action*• Reflection in action• Reflection on action* Ertmer, P. A., & Newby, T. J. (1996). The expert learner:Strategic, self-regulated and reflective. Instructional Science, 24, 1-24.
    • Revisit Schön’s concepts from aself-regulation perspective
    • Reflection for Action External Performance Feedback Filters Knowledge Tasks & Beliefs Tactics & Cue 1 Goals Products Domain Strategies Knowledge Cue 2 Strategy Knowledge ... Monitoring Motivational Beliefs Cognitive System
    • Reflection in Action External Performance Feedback Filters Knowledge Tasks & Beliefs Tactics & Cue 1 Goals Products Domain Strategies Knowledge Cue 2 Strategy Knowledge ... Monitoring Motivational Beliefs Cognitive System
    • Reflection on Action External Performance Feedback Filters Knowledge Tasks & Beliefs Tactics & Cue 1 Goals Products Domain Strategies Knowledge Cue 2 Strategy Knowledge ... Monitoring Motivational Beliefs Cognitive System
    • Endsley, M. R. (2000). “Theoretical Underpinnings of SituationAwareness: A Critical Review”. In M.R. Endsley & D.J. Garland(Eds.). Situation Awareness Analysis and Measurement (pp. ).Mahwah, NJ & London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.SITUATIONAL AWARENESS
    • Situation Awareness State of the Environment Situational Awareness Perceive Comprehend Decision Perform Project
    • Task/ System Factors System Stress & Complexity Automation capabilities Workload Situational Awareness Perceive Comprehend Decision Perform Project Individual Factors Goals & Objectives Information Processing Preconditions Mechanisms Training Long term Memory Automacity Experience Abilities
    • Levels of Situation Awareness• Level 1: Perception of relevant information – Being able to identify a situation• Level 2: Comprehension of information – Understand the situation in context• Level 3: Forward prediction – Understand the dynamics of a context
    • Situation Awareness in Teams• Self-awareness within the team• Peer-awareness within the team• Awareness of the team as a whole• Resource-awareness within the team
    • INTEGRATING THEPERSPECTIVES
    • Situation Awarenessis aboutadjusting filters for cue perceptionand identifying goals and appropriate strategies
    • External PerformanceFeedback Tasks Situational Awareness Perception Projection Cue 1 Comprehension Cue 2 Goal Tactics & Filters Products setting Strategies ... Monitoring Cognitive System
    • The current challenge (in Salomo)Structuring interventions toimprove self-regulationthrough increasedsituation awareness • Reduce errors • Risk awareness • Task alignment
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