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Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet
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Implementing the Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage: Worksheet

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This worksheet shows how a pyramid-based learning design can be produced by Web Collage

This worksheet shows how a pyramid-based learning design can be produced by Web Collage

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  • 1. The theory and practice of Design for Learning OEB 2011 pre-conference workshopWorksheet: Implementing Pyramid-based educational scenario using Web Collage Yannis Dimitriadis GSIC/EMIC research group University of Valladolid November 30, 2011
  • 2. Index  Context (it’s real!) ………………………………… 3  Activity description …………………………… 4  Accessing WebCollage …………………………… 5  Configuring the general options ……………… 6  Selecting the pyramid pattern ………………… 7  Defining roles ………………………………………… 8  Creating the groups structure ………………… 9  Defining the tools to use in each activity …… 10  Defining Activities …………………………………… 13  Getting the list of participants ………………… 16  Assigning participants to the groups ………… 20  Examples ……………………………………………… 23 2
  • 3. Context (it’s real!)   Telecommunications Engineering M.Sc.   3rd year (out of 5)   12 students   Course on Computer Networking –  Assignment: programming network software   Situation (two 2-hours sessions) –  Motivation: reflecting before doing… –  Goal: collaborative flow and sequence charts describing what to program 3
  • 4. Scenario: Activity description Activity Name Type Groups Duration Expected Outcomes SKETCHING of Face-to- 6 initial groups 1h30min Document with flow and Face of 2 students charts and text with sequence charts explanation and problems/doubts (in dyads) DISCUSSION Distance 2 supergroups 1h30min Agreed charts and a AND NEW formed by 3 slide presentation to ROUND OF initial groups (6 explain the decisions students per sketching flow supergroup) and sequence charts (in supergroups) PRESENTATION Face-to- Whole class 30min Oral presentations of final results to Face the whole class 4
  • 5. Accessing WebCollage1.  Go to http://pandora.tel.uva.es/ wic2/2.  Register!3.  Create a “New Design” - Choose the name you prefer for the design4.  A new tab will be opened (if not, check your browser preferences!) Note: Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome are the best options! 5
  • 6. Configuring the general options It is possible to provide a detailed description of Prerequisites and Learning Objectives… But you can skip this step… 6
  • 7. Selecting the pyramid pattern 1 2 4 3 You can press in help (“?”) to see a pedagogical 7 explanation of the pyramid pattern
  • 8. Defining roles 1 Hover the mouse over the “red square” and select “Edit role” option 2 Type “Work in 3 groups”  4 Repeat the previous steps for the other levels: –  Level 2: “Work in supergroups” –  Level 3: “Whole Class” 8
  • 9. Creating the groups structure 1 Hover the mouse over 2 Do it again to the “red square” and create another select the “Clone this group group instance” option 3 And one more time… but to AND THAT’S ALL!! create another “supergroup”! 9
  • 10. Defining the tools to use in eachactivity (1/3) 1 2 3 Type “Shared Document in groups” 4 10
  • 11. Defining the tools to use in eachactivity (2/3)   You should repeat the previous steps for all the tools to be used: –  Shared Whiteboard in groups –  Shared Whiteboard in supergroups –  Shared Presentation in supergroups –  Presentation 1 –  Presentation 2 11
  • 12. Defining the tools to use in eachactivity (3/3)   When finished, the list of tools should look like the following: 12
  • 13. Defining Activities (1/3)  Go back to the “Learning Activity Flow” tab –  Hover the mouse over “Level 1” of the pyramid (yellow part) –  An “arrow” will appear – Click on it to see the activities contained in that level –  Repeat the process for the other two levels… 13
  • 14. Defining Activities (2/3)  Now, let’s configure each Activity: 1.  Click on the activity 2.  You should specify 1.  Title 2.  Description 3.  Resources (documents/ tools) to use in that activity 14
  • 15. Defining Activities (3/3)   You can check the design by going to the tab “Summary” 15
  • 16. Getting the list of participants (1/4)   Now we are going to select an ad hoc configuration of “LMS” for the workshop with participants pre-configured, to load them. 1.  Go to the “Participant management” tab 2.  In “LMS Installation and class selected” click in “Select” 16
  • 17. Getting the list of participants (2/4) 1.  Select the LMS Installation “Test Installation” 2.  Select the class “TestingClass” (it’s an ad hoc class for the workshop) 3.  Then load the participants of that class 4.  ... and press OK 17
  • 18. Getting the list of participants (3/4)   You could restrict which of the participants will take part in the design (in this case, do not “delete” anyone) 18
  • 19. Getting the list of participants (4/4)  And that finishes the process of getting the list of participants… 19
  • 20. Assigning participants to the groups(1/3)  Go to the “Learning Activity Flow” tab 1 Hover the mouse pointer over the “red square” and select “Assign users to group instance” option 2 Select student_a11 and student_a12 20 3
  • 21. Assigning participants to the groups(2/3)   Repeat the previous steps for the other groups student_a31 student_b11 student_a32 student_b12 student_b21 student_b22 student_a21 student_a22 student_b31 student_b32 You can check how students are automatically assigned to upper level groups 21
  • 22. Assigning participants to the groups(3/3)   Assign the teacher (“educator WS”) to the “Teachers” group Assign the teacher (educator WS) to the “Teachers” group (the grey circle) 22
  • 23. Examples   In http://pandora.tel.uva.es/wic2/ there are examples of the designs –  (user: educator / pwd: <ask for the password!>)   In http://www.gsic.uva.es/glue/moodle/ there are examples of courses automatically deployed from WIC2 –  (user:educator / pwd: <ask for the password!>) for teacher view user:student_a11 / pwd: <ask for the password!> for student view) –  Courses: OEB 2011 - <…> 23

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