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SoLAR symposium, Open U., 26 June 2012Prototyping Learning PowerModelling in SocialLearnShaofu HuangPhD student, Graduate ...
The story in 1 slide…   Learning Dispositions: the appetite and capacity to learn at any                        opportunit...
learningdispositions               3
What do we mean by “disposition”? • a relatively enduring tendency to behave in a certain   way • but there are varying co...
ELLI: Effective Lifelong Learning Inventory                                              8
Learning to Learn: 7 Dimensions of “Learning Power”     Being Stuck & Static       Changing & Learning      Data Accumulat...
Learning to Learn: 7 Dimensions of Learning PowerFactor analysis of the literature plus expert interviews: identified seve...
Learning to Learn: 7 Dimensions of Learning PowerFactor analysis of the literature plus expert interviews: identified seve...
Immediate feedback enabling timely reflection and interventions, via a mentored discussionELLI profile showing pre/post ch...
Cohort analytics for educatorsand organizational leaders                                 18
learning powermodelling in SocialLearn                           19
SocialLearn provides new possibilities oflooking at learners learningWe listened to what theythink they do              No...
ELLI feedbacks inform development of learning                                     Educator or                             ...
How about SocialLearnlearning disposition analytics (LDA)?                                 How do these                   ...
So…what are wedoing in the study?                      24
Preparation:Three types of data on SocailLearn for LDA• Activity logs of every action learners do to the system• Network i...
Preparation:Developed a view about where and what to look based onprevious research about ELLI.                           ...
Preparation:Learnt from developer’s perspective about what areavailable there in the database                             ...
A sample coding sheet                        27
Working flow overviewfrom feature list to widget design                                     26
Some initial observations    and reflections                            30
N of links coded by two interpreters  Interpreter 1 (321 links made)       Changing & Meaning    Critical              Lea...
1   .How much do they agree?                                                         1       1   0                        ...
Where are these disagreement coming from?Lets look at two examples:    ID     Feature description Additional conditions   ...
N of links coded in each scenario                   Changing & Meaning    Critical              Learning     Strategic    ...
How much is agreed by both in each scenario?                   Changing & Meaning    Critical              Learning     St...
Questions and comments                            Thank you!           Shaofu Huang           @shaofutw           PhD Stud...
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    1. 1. SoLAR symposium, Open U., 26 June 2012Prototyping Learning PowerModelling in SocialLearnShaofu HuangPhD student, Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol, UKSocialLearn intern, Open Universitysupervised by Simon Buckingham Shum and Rebecca Ferguson 1
    2. 2. The story in 1 slide… Learning Dispositions: the appetite and capacity to learn at any opportunity is vital This can be assessed as a construct called “Learning Power” (LP) SocialLearn learning analytics open a new opportunity to know learners from what they do We are prototyping a LP model based only on learner activities to explore what this can achieve and its limitations 2
    3. 3. learningdispositions 3
    4. 4. What do we mean by “disposition”? • a relatively enduring tendency to behave in a certain way • but there are varying conceptions as to how fixed or malleable dispositions are Our focus is on malleable dispositions that are important for developing intentional learners, and which, critically, learners can recognise and develop in themselvesDeakin Crick R. (2011) Student Engagement: Identity, Learning Power and Enquiry - A Complex Systems Approach. In: Christenson S, 7
    5. 5. ELLI: Effective Lifelong Learning Inventory 8
    6. 6. Learning to Learn: 7 Dimensions of “Learning Power” Being Stuck & Static Changing & Learning Data Accumulation Meaning Making Passivity Critical Curiosity Being Rule Bound Creativity Isolation & Dependence Learning Relationships Being Robotic Strategic Awareness Fragility & Dependence Resilience
    7. 7. Learning to Learn: 7 Dimensions of Learning PowerFactor analysis of the literature plus expert interviews: identified seven dimensionsof effective “learning power”, since validated empirically with learners at many
    8. 8. Learning to Learn: 7 Dimensions of Learning PowerFactor analysis of the literature plus expert interviews: identified seven dimensionsof effective “learning power”, since validated empirically with learners at many
    9. 9. Immediate feedback enabling timely reflection and interventions, via a mentored discussionELLI profile showing pre/post change 17
    10. 10. Cohort analytics for educatorsand organizational leaders 18
    11. 11. learning powermodelling in SocialLearn 19
    12. 12. SocialLearn provides new possibilities oflooking at learners learningWe listened to what theythink they do Now we can observe what 20
    13. 13. ELLI feedbacks inform development of learning Educator or leader’s interventions Mentored discussions 21
    14. 14. How about SocialLearnlearning disposition analytics (LDA)? How do these feedbacks help people learn? What and where What kind of feedback should we look at? should we provide? Will we still have What is the most seven dimensions? Focus of this study 22
    15. 15. So…what are wedoing in the study? 24
    16. 16. Preparation:Three types of data on SocailLearn for LDA• Activity logs of every action learners do to the system• Network information that can be revealed from relationships between contents or users• Discourses that can be found in text content input by learners• This study is mainly looking at activity logs but may use very basic network information 23
    17. 17. Preparation:Developed a view about where and what to look based onprevious research about ELLI. 25
    18. 18. Preparation:Learnt from developer’s perspective about what areavailable there in the database 26
    19. 19. A sample coding sheet 27
    20. 20. Working flow overviewfrom feature list to widget design 26
    21. 21. Some initial observations and reflections 30
    22. 22. N of links coded by two interpreters Interpreter 1 (321 links made) Changing & Meaning Critical Learning Strategic Creativity Resilience Learning Making Curiosity Relationships Awareness + 29 80 17 9 104 53 3 - 0 0 5 0 10 0 11 Interpreter 2 (913 links made) Changing & Meaning Critical Learning Strategic Creativity Resilience Learning Making Curiosity Relationships Awareness + 70 204 116 72 215 146 76 - 0 3 3 1 4 2 1 28
    23. 23. 1 .How much do they agree? 1 1 0 . 0 . Positive links Changing & Meaning Critical Learning Strategic Creativity Resilience Learning Making Curiosity Relationships Awareness Agreed 23 64 15 3 94 32 1 Total links 76 220 118 78 225 167 78 % 30% 29% 13% 4% 42% 19% 1% Negative links Changing & Meaning Critical Learning Strategic Creativity Resilience Learning Making Curiosity Relationships Awareness Agreed 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total links 0 3 8 1 14 2 12 28
    24. 24. Where are these disagreement coming from?Lets look at two examples: ID Feature description Additional conditions Interpreter 1 Interpreter 2 MM, RS, CL, CC, SA, LR, 1004 1 earlier today MM, SA CR Update a path I MM, RS, CL, CC, SA, LR, 1004 2 edited for the last a few days ago MM, SA CR time MM, RS, CL, CC, SA, LR, 1004 3 weeks or months ago MM, CL CR ID Feature description Additional conditions Interpreter 1 Interpreter 2 1002 1 no one MM MM, RS, CL, CC, SA, CR 1002 2 Share this path to some people MM, LR MM, RS, CL, CC, SA, LR, CR 1002 3 everyone MM, LR MM, RS, CL, CC, SA, LR, CR 28
    25. 25. N of links coded in each scenario Changing & Meaning Critical Learning Strategic Creativity Resilience Learning Making Curiosity Relationships Awareness Profile 14 0 0 2 17 6 0Recommendations 0 16 15 15 16 16 2 Connections 0 12 12 4 26 8 0 Questions 0 5 33 2 35 2 19 Answers 7 30 2 0 30 15 0 Comments 22 38 0 13 28 9 2 Thoughts 9 15 0 3 16 3 0 Events 0 6 0 0 19 2 0 Tasks 0 17 0 0 22 36 16 Paths 37 62 32 31 45 49 32 Collections 1 33 0 0 13 14 0 Searches 1 41 30 4 43 29 0Overall patterns 8 9 9 7 9 10 8 28
    26. 26. How much is agreed by both in each scenario? Changing & Meaning Critical Learning Strategic Creativity Resilience Learning Making Curiosity Relationships Awareness Profile 43% 18% 0%Recommendations 6% 0% 0% 25% 6% Connections 0% 0% 42% 0% Questions 20% 45% 37% 5% Answers 14% 37% 37% 0% Comments 36% 34% 23% 32% 0% Thoughts 33% 13% 38% Events 17% 37% Tasks 6% 36% 50% 0% Paths 14% 35% 0% 0% 16% 27% 0% Collections 30% 31% 0% Searches 5% 0% 23% 0%Overall patterns 0% 0% 0% 0% 11% 0% 0% 28
    27. 27. Questions and comments Thank you! Shaofu Huang @shaofutw PhD Student. Researching about authentic pedagogy, participatory learning and systems thinking.http://systemslearningandleadership.nethttp://learningemergence.net
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