Workshop competency based assignments toon rekkers

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Workshop writing and constructing competency based assignments. Part of the Comenius CoSSOL project.

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Workshop competency based assignments toon rekkers

  1. 1. Generating Competency Based Assigmentsin a structured way, with simple tools. Concepts for a Successful Self-Organized Learning, 16-19th February 2011, Rybnik (Poland) Toon Rekkers t.rekkers@kw1c.nl
  2. 2. The Beginning (are you competent?) 1:50 Little Britain- Carol in Spain
  3. 3. Have I got news for You?• Take a “minute” to answer (one quote) this 3 questions!• Known: – What do you already know?• Learned: – What would you like to learn?• Remembered: – What would you remember from this workshop?
  4. 4. Programme (competency based)• Knowledge ( 30 minutes) – Some theory (how do we learn?) – How to design competency based assignments?• Skills (60 minutes) – Hands-on• Peformance (60 minutes) – Present your outcome of the Hands- on. – Evaluation (K/L/R)
  5. 5. What is a competency? Oil ChangeKnowledge: Attitude/Competence:Skills: Performance:
  6. 6. What is a competency? Oil ChangeKnowledge: Competence/Attitu de:How much oil?Which oil ? Works clean and communicates with customerSkills: Performance:Can put the oil in the car The oil change is doneengine. well and the customer is satisfied.
  7. 7. How do we learn? Self Organized Competence Skills Knowledge Strong Guided TimeStart Exams
  8. 8. How do students learn? Self Organized Competence Skills Knowledge Strong Guided TimeStart Exams
  9. 9. Two ways of learning Self Organized Competence Skills Knowledge Strong Guided TimeStart Exams
  10. 10. Position of the learning Self Organized Projects Competence Training Projects Skills Courses Training Knowledge Strong Guided Courses TimeStart Exams
  11. 11. competency based ways of learning Two ways of learning: 1. Conceptual learning; (guided learning) (theoretical/practical assignments) 2. Integrated learning (self organized learning)
  12. 12. Conceptual or integratedConceptual;(guided) Integrated;Courses: (self organized) Knowledge (facts) Theoratical lessons Projects: Instructional lessons (Competencies)(theoretical assignments) 1 Case studiesTraining: 2 Masterproof Skills (cognitive) Practical simulation 3 Reflection(practical assignments)
  13. 13. Position of the assignments Self Organized Competence Practical assignments Skills Theoretical assignments Practical assignments Knowledge Strong Guided Theoretical assignments TimeStart Exams
  14. 14. Before we design a competencybased assignment (1)• What is the key competence?• What is the workprocess?• What are the perfomance indicators? (in k, s and c!)
  15. 15. Before we design a competencybased assignment (2)• What is the key competence? – Mother tongue, foreign language?• What is the workprocess? – Reading, Listening, Speaking, Writing,• Which perfomance indicator? – Which knowledge do we need? – Which skills are requiered? – Which (and how) competencies must be accomplished? – And at what reference level!?!?
  16. 16. Design rules for your team1. What do we want to teach the students?2. What is their reference level at the start?3. What is their reference level at the end?4. How do we want to teach it? (which kind of assignment and in what form)5. How do we want to interact with each other and our students?6. How do students learn? (conceptual or integrated?)7. What do we have to develop?8. Will our mission be accomplished when we are ready?
  17. 17. Design tools (Case Study)1. Title (and an abstract)2. What will be expected from you? (introduction, objectives)3. Suppose you are… (the story, simulation, Leitmotiv)4. What should you do? (the content (theory) of the assignment (s))5. When will you do what ? (timetable/schedule)6. Let’s go.. (practical content of the assignment (s))7. Which other information do you need? (Sources, etc.)8. Show us what you accomplished. (Portfolio, evidence, presentation, website)9. How did things go? (Evaluation,reflection)10. Attachments (criteria, appoinments, other)
  18. 18. Forms of a competency based asignment• Form? – assesment, digital, online, evidence based, portfolio, masterproof, instructional, training, project, test, groupwork?• How? – from guided to non-guided learning (aggregation models) – visiting professors, (incompany training) – with or without reflection
  19. 19. Hands-onMr Bean for President of the EU4 groups1 hourThe design tools for a case study
  20. 20. Mr. Bean “President of the EU!” • 4 groups • Workout in (form) – Case study – Knowledge – Skills Assignment: – Election speech – Election flyer – Election interview – Election website
  21. 21. Had I got news for you?• Take a “minute” to answer (one quote) this 3 questions!• Known: – What did you already know?• Learned: – What would you have had liked to learn?• Remembered: – What will you remember from this workshop?
  22. 22. Thank you for…Further information:• Competency Based Learning,• Online learning – Mathematics – Entrepreneurship – Projects – Online Travel Agency• Web 3.0, online video,• Streaming multimedia for educators,• Tourism and Hospitality Management• Toon Rekkers e-mail:t.rekkers@kw1c.nl

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