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The Student Activity Meter
The Student Activity Meter
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The Student Activity Meter
The Student Activity Meter
The Student Activity Meter
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The Student Activity Meter
The Student Activity Meter
The Student Activity Meter
The Student Activity Meter
The Student Activity Meter
The Student Activity Meter
The Student Activity Meter
The Student Activity Meter
The Student Activity Meter
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The Student Activity Meter

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Seminar on learning analytics at SURF in Utrecht, 7 March 2013.

Seminar on learning analytics at SURF in Utrecht, 7 March 2013.

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  • 1. THE STUDENT ACTIVITY METER. Seminar on Tools for Learning Analytics 7 March 2013, SURF, Utrecht. Sten Govaerts (KULeuven, Belgium/EPFL, Switzerland)
  • 2. KULeuven team:Human-Computer Interaction• technology enhanced learning• music• research http://hci.cs.kuleuven.be/EPFL team:REACT - Real-time Coordination &Distributed Interaction Systems Group• technology enhanced learning• social media• transportation http://react.epfl.ch/
  • 3. PROBLEMhttp://www.ypfp.org/classroom 3
  • 4. PROBLEMhttp://www.ypfp.org/classroom 3
  • 5. OBJECTIVES• self-monitoring for learners http://free-extras.com/images/obama_hope_progress-2848.htm 4
  • 6. OBJECTIVES• self-monitoring for learners• awareness for teachers http://free-extras.com/images/obama_hope_progress-2848.htm 4
  • 7. OBJECTIVES• self-monitoring for learners• awareness for teachers• time tracking http://free-extras.com/images/obama_hope_progress-2848.htm 4
  • 8. OBJECTIVES• self-monitoring for learners• awareness for teachers• time tracking• learning resource use and recommendations http://free-extras.com/images/obama_hope_progress-2848.htm 4
  • 9. STUDENT ACTIVITY METER 5
  • 10. STUDENT ACTIVITY METER 6
  • 11. STUDENT ACTIVITY METER 7
  • 12. METHODOLOGY.• design-basedresearch [Obrenović 2011]: design a tool, give students & teachers and evaluate• iterative process of design & evaluation• paper mockups• usability studies• surveys on usefulness http://funnytogo.com/pictures/evolution/timeline.htm 8
  • 13. iter. evaluation goal methodology demo-graphics data usability, satisfaction, task-based interview 12 CS students timetracking I. preliminary with think-aloud, SUS at KULeuven via Twitter usefulness & MSDT assessing teacher online survey with 19 teachers & II. needs, use & Likert items, yes/no TA’s with Moodle logs usefulness and open questions CGIAR courses assessing teacher online survey with 12 participants needs, expert III. Likert items, yes/no from LAK Moodle logs feedback, use & and open questions MOOC usefulness structured face-to-face 11 teachers & VM with use, usefulness &IV. interview with tasks & TA’s at Carlos III extensive satisfaction open questions Uni. Madrid tool tracking 9
  • 14. CONCLUSION• SAM is perceived useful and contributes to better awareness. 10
  • 15. CONCLUSION• SAM is perceived useful and contributes to better awareness.• SAM enables: 10
  • 16. CONCLUSION• SAM is perceived useful and contributes to better awareness.• SAM enables: • to detect potential students doing well and at risk 10
  • 17. CONCLUSION• SAM is perceived useful and contributes to better awareness.• SAM enables: • to detect potential students doing well and at risk • a better course overview 10
  • 18. CONCLUSION• SAM is perceived useful and contributes to better awareness.• SAM enables: • to detect potential students doing well and at risk • a better course overview • understanding student time spending 10
  • 19. CONCLUSION• SAM is perceived useful and contributes to better awareness.• SAM enables: • to detect potential students doing well and at risk • a better course overview • understanding student time spending • to find a wide variety of new insights 10
  • 20. CONCLUSION• SAM is perceived useful and contributes to better awareness.• SAM enables: • to detect potential students doing well and at risk • a better course overview • understanding student time spending • to find a wide variety of new insights• almost all want to continue using SAM 10
  • 21. 2slides will appear on http://www.slideshare.net/stengovaerts contact: sten.govaerts@gmail.comslides will appear on http://www.slideshare.net/stengovaerts 11

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