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  • 1. ISiS and ScenEdit : an intention-oriented modeland tool to design pedagogical scenarios Valérie Emin PhD in Computer Science at Grenoble University - LIG Researcher at IFE - ENSL- Team EducTice – Lyon ASLD Workshop – London – 15th October 2011
  • 2. Context : ICT integration INRP Scenario Project to sustain ICT integration at french secondary school (2005-2010) Who ? teachers at french secondary school Why ? to better integrate digital technologies inside classrooms and/or outside classrooms How ? by re-using, sharing, capitalisating formalised practices=> providing models (ISiS) and tools (ScenEdit) to sustain the design of blended learning scenarios by practitioners
  • 3. Example : scenario PBL "electrical bike”Teachers in Sciences and Industrial Techniques – Electrotechnics, Physical sciences, Languages… – PBL and Project PedagogyPupils at the end of secondary school:“Première” and “Terminale” classesSTI Electrotechnics Problem Pollution in the city can « Choice of Problem an electrical bike » be reduced by using an electrical bike
  • 4. Scenario formalization: ScenEdit Intentions Strategy Interactional Situation phases
  • 5. Scenario « electrical bike »: Intentions•The principle intention of the scenario is « solve aproblem based situation »•We express this intention with a quadruplet :(formulator : « teacher », subject : « pupil »,operation : « solve », object : « a problem basedsituation »).•Graphical representation of intention in ScenEdit:•A second technological intention comes with theprevious one: « master the use of a collaborativeplatform ». 5
  • 6. Scenario «electrical bike»: Strategy Reading and problem formulationSequence Formulation & organisation of of hypothesis Plan of study Phases Identifying information Measure, Experience, Observation Critical analysis of informationDistribution and problem solving of cases Argumentative restitution Oral presentation Refinement of the concepts Conclusions
  • 7. Abstract interaction Situation What ? Who ? Which For whom ? tools ?Resources Resourcesgiven ? produced ? What ? Where ? 7
  • 8. Situational context
  • 9. Current WorkFormalization of patterns – With associated teachers in various sciences disciplines (Technical Fields, Biology, Maths, Geography) – From litterature in Educational FieldsExperimentation of ScenEdit Tool : qualitativeinquiries – Group of teachers in Technical Fields in Voiron and Lyon – Teachers at Secondary school in Lyon, Grenoble, Clermont-Ferrand
  • 10. Conclusions & PerspectivesHow ISiS Model and ScenEdit effectively assists teachersin the design of efficient learning scenarios using ICT (VLE,mobile, AR, SG) ?How does our work favour effective sharing and re-usingpractices ?Need some complementary tools to manage scenarios – Scenario edition • Provide best practices and patterns • Favour diversity of design approaches • Operationalization on a LMS – Sharing and mutualization tools • Based on communities of practice • Lifecycle of scenario: annotations… • Using key informations defined by the designers to index scenarios
  • 11. Recent PublicationsEmin V., Pernin J.-P., Aguirre J.-L, ScenEdit: an intention-oriented authoringenvironnment to design learning scenarios, EC-TEL 2010 Proceedings,Barcelone, (6 pages), 2010Emin V., Pernin J.-P., Guéraud V., Model and tool to clarify intentions andstrategies in learning scenarios design, EC-TEL 2009 Proceedings, Nice, (15pages), October 2009Emin V., Pernin J.P. (2009), ScenEdit: a goal-oriented tool to design learningscenarios. In VIDLATEL Workshop, in conjunction with ICALT Conference,Riga, Latvia, July 2009, pages (2 pages), 2009.Emin, V., Pernin, J.P., Guéraud V.: Goal-oriented authoring approach anddesign of learning systems, RIGIM Workshop in ER 2008, Barcelone (12pages), (2008)Pernin, J.P., Emin, V., Guéraud V.: ISiS: an intention-oriented model to helpteachers in learning scenarios design, European Conference on TechnologyEnhanced Learning 2008, Maastricht (6 pages), (2008)Emin V.: ScenEdit: an authoring environment for designing learning scenarios,ICALT’08, IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies,Santander, (2 pages), (2008)
  • 12. Questions ??? Thank you for your attention ☺ Valérie EMIN Valerie.emin@ens-lyonfr Demo ScenEdit http://scenedit.imag.fr/demo/ login : demo_scenedit ScenEdit Projecthttp://eductice.inrp.fr/EducTice/projets/scenario/scenedit Personal Page http://www.noe-kaleidoscope.org/people/emin/
  • 13. ISiS Model
  • 14. Scenario Design Process Pattern Scenario for Scénario my class « pattern" FormalisationDesign Play iterations Re-Design Evaluation Successive adjustements