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What can we learn

  1. 1. Strategies for Educational Changes What can we learn from the Development of ePortfolios & Open Badges? Serge Ravet EUROPORTFOLIO ADPIOS, EUROPORTFOLIO The EUROPORTFOLIO / EPNET project is funded with support from the European Commission. EDEN Workshop 12 June 2014 Igor Balaban University of Zagreb, Faculty of Organization and Informatics , EUROPORTFOLIO
  2. 2. Poitiers
  3. 3. http://courses.foi.hr:9001/p/empoweringinnovation Etherpad notes
  4. 4. •3' introduction of Europortfolio — Igor •5' each participant introduce her/himself — all •20‘ Presentation — Serge •40’ work in small groups — all •10’ reporting for the groups — all •20’ open discussion + 10' for conclusions — all Format of the session
  5. 5. 2004 While the question five years ago was: "should every student and employee have an email?" Today the question is: "should every student and employee have an ePortfolio ?"
  6. 6. While ten years ago the question was: "should every student and employee have an ePortfolio ?" Today's question could be: How could Open Badges transform learning... and ePortfolio Practices and Technologies? 2014
  7. 7. Definitions
  8. 8. digital records of achievements, skills, interests, affiliations or roles (Mozilla) Open BadgesePortfolios collection of electronic evidence assembled and managed by a user, usually on theWeb (Wikipedia) Weakipedia?
  9. 9. organised collection of evidence demonstrating reflective learning digital records of achievements, skills, interests, affiliations or roles (Mozilla) Open BadgesePortfolios collection of electronic evidence assembled and managed by a user, usually on theWeb (Wikipedia) criterion-based trust statements (me)(me)
  10. 10. Open Badges ePortfolios criterion-based trust statements (me)
  11. 11. Open Badges ePortfolios criterion-based trust statements (me)
  12. 12. Open Badges ePortfolios criterion-based trust statements (me)
  13. 13. Open Badges ePortfolios criterion-based trust statements (me)
  14. 14. Open Badges ePortfolios criterion-based trust statements (me)
  15. 15. ?What relation between & Open BadgesePortfolios
  16. 16. Open Badges ePortfolios Individuation* * G. Simondon ePortfolios are more abstract than Open Badges
  17. 17. Open Badges ePortfolios Individuation CPU Mainframes Helen Barrett, 2010ENIAC, 1947
  18. 18. ? Innovation paths Open BadgesePortfolios &
  19. 19. Communities ? Open BadgesePortfolios &
  20. 20. Learning practitioners Open BadgesePortfolios eP specifications Communities Mozilla / Badge Alliance eLearning technologistsIMS-GLobal eP platforms Platforms OBI specifications HR professionals ID E I ELEuropean Institute for E-Learning EUROPORTFOLIO
  21. 21. Open BadgesePortfolios Communities Little impact of learning practitioners on technologies and standards Strong impact of learning practitioners on technologies and standards Little innovation over the last ten years Strong innovation over the last ten months ?
  22. 22. Leadership ? Open BadgesePortfolios &
  23. 23. Open BadgesePortfolios Leadership Fragmented Unified Funding Projects Technologies Standards no infrastructure / architecture
  24. 24. Technologies ? Open BadgesePortfolios &
  25. 25. Open BadgesePortfolios Divergence Convergence Technologies
  26. 26. Open BadgesePortfolios Divergence Convergence Technologies One ArchitectureMultiple Platfoms Weak interoperability Strong interoperability
  27. 27. Innovation ? Open BadgesePortfolios &
  28. 28. Open BadgesePortfolios Innovation transformed education? Have they been Have they transformed by educational institutions?
  29. 29. Open BadgesePortfolios Innovation Petition by Jamie Harding Cranberry Township, PA I started this petition because I believe the ePortfolio is a complete waste of time and effort for all Clemson students. I understand the reason behind having an ePortfolio, with the capabilities to see the work completed by various students to meet set requirements. However, I find this "assignment" to be a complete waste of time and a burden on our students. Petitioning Clemson university ?
  30. 30. Open BadgesePortfolios Innovation Reflective learning Outcome-based learning Informal recognition of informal learning Trust
  31. 31. ? Open BadgesePortfolios vs
  32. 32. Open BadgesePortfolios Object/concept Complicated Simple Structure Monolithic Granular Infrastructure No Yes Standards adoption Poor Strong Author Self Others Trust No High Metadata usage Mediocre High Techno-practice integration Poor High Quick win No Yes Openness Poor Yes Interoperability Poor Strong Barriers to adoption Variable Low vs
  33. 33. Open Badges are true learning objects! Open Badges are the outcome of a thriving learning community
  34. 34. Open Badges are connectors! People, Information, Places, Events, ...
  35. 35. Social NetworkSemantic Network People sharing the same badge / location / pathway / goals Badge Holder Criteria Skills Knowledge Attitudes Values Evidence Issuer Resources sharing the same 'tag' 19/5/2014 Poitiers - Google Maps Map data ©2014 Google 500 m Traffic · Bicycling · Terrain Poitiers, France I can fix a lawnmower I can teach nuclear physics I cook South Italian cuisine I am a qualified tax accountant
  36. 36. Well, it's time for you to start working!
  37. 37. Evaluation Report EPORTFOLIOS & OPEN BADGES MATURITY MATRIX THE EUROPORTFOLIO / EPNET PROJECT IS FUNDED WITH SUPPORT FROM THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION. LEARNINGINTHE21STCENTURY
  38. 38. Using the ePortfolios and Open Badges Maturity Matrix as a reference Evaluation Report EPORTFOLIOS & OPEN BADGES MATURITY MATRIX THE EUROPORTFOLIO / EPNET PROJECT IS FUNDED WITH SUPPORT FROM THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION. LEARNINGINTHE21STCENTURY Explore the elements to establish scenarios for the future involving ePortfolios and Open Badges http://bit.ly/1n7cXSaMatrix Assimilation or accommodation?
  39. 39. Assimilation or accommodation? The integration of new concepts and technologies can be either assimilated by the current environment, or the current environment can accommodate the environment to the potential of new technologies – e.g. use the Internet to broadcast contents like the radio, television or print (assimilation) or to aggregate knowledge through social networks (accommodation).
  40. 40. Source: IPTS Assimilation or accommodation?
  41. 41. Serge Ravet EUROPORTFOLIO ADPIOS, EUROPORTFOLIO @Szerge, learningfutures.eu epforum.eu, europortfolio.org, iosf.org Join the Europortfolio community! www.europortfolio.org The EUROPORTFOLIO / EPNET project is funded with support from the European Commission. Merci! Igor Balaban University of Zagreb, EUROPORTFOLIO igor.balaban@foi.hr
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