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Learning analytics: planning for the future

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Presentation at 'Analytics in learning and teaching: the role of big data, personalized learning and the future of the teacher, event organised at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) by the Vital project (Visualisation tools and analytics to monitor language learning and teaching) on 17 July 2017. Presentation includes work from the LACE and LAEP projects.

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Learning analytics: planning for the future

  1. 1. Rebecca Ferguson, The Open University VITAL, UCLAN, July 2017 Learning analytics: planning for the future Image: Wikimedia Commons
  2. 2. 2 Defining learning analytics The measurement, collection, analysis and reporting of data about learners and their contexts, for purposes of understanding and optimizing learning and the environments in which it occurs.
  3. 3. Learning analytics help us to identify and make sense of patterns in the data to improve our teaching, our learning and our learning environments
  4. 4. Priority areas for education and training 4 Open and innovative education and training, fully embracing the digital era. Strong support for teachers, trainers, school leaders and other educational staff Relevant and high-quality knowledge, skills and competences developed throughout lifelong learning Focus on learning outcomes for employability, innovation, active citizenship and well-being and inclusive education, equality, equity, non-discrimination and the promotion of civic competences.
  5. 5. • Safety and wellbeing: all children and young people are protected from harm and vulnerable children are supported to succeed with opportunities as good as those for any other child. • Educational excellence everywhere: every child and young person can access high-quality provision, achieving to the best of his or her ability regardless of location, attainment and background. • Prepared for adult life: all 19-year- olds complete school or college with the skills and character to contribute to the UK’s society and economy and are able to access high-quality work or study options.
  6. 6. • The University will create an inspirational student experience, enabling people, irrespective of their backgrounds, to fulfil their potential, develop as global citizens and meet their life and career goals. • The University will be innovative and entrepreneurial in our approach to research and knowledge exchange in order to maximise our positive social, environmental and economic impact locally, nationally and globally. • The University operates in a global market place. Our activities, from our internationally focused research to our curriculum and study opportunities will be international in their outlook. • The University will continue to inspire positive change in organisations and people from all walks of life, enabling them to achieve their full potential. • We will further strengthen our financial stability, growing income from a diverse range of sources, so enabling continual reinvestment in our people and infrastructure.
  7. 7. 7 http://careers2030.cst.org/jobs/ Preparing for the future
  8. 8. 8 A decade of change 2012: ‘Year of the MOOC’ 2007: Launch of the iphone 2006: First tweets
  9. 9. Priority areas for education and training 9 • Bringing together different sectors: higher education, schools & workplace learning • Building networks that will outlive the project’s funding period • Helping to develop learning analytics capability • Creating and sharing resources • Developing visions of the future and agreeing how to work towards them http://www.laceproject.eu/
  10. 10. Visions of the future Full report bit.ly/28X5tq7
  11. 11. Provocation 1: Learners are monitored by their learning environments
  12. 12. Provocation 2: Learners’ personal data are tracked
  13. 13. Provocation 3: Analytics are rarely used
  14. 14. Provocation 4: Learners control their own data
  15. 15. Provocation 5: Open systems are widely adopted
  16. 16. Provocation 6: Learning analytics are essential tools
  17. 17. Provocation 7: Analytics help learners make the right choices
  18. 18. Provocation 8: Analytics have largely replaced teachers
  19. 19. LAEP: learning analytics for European educational policy 19 • What is the current state of the art? • What are the prospects for the implementation of learning analytics? • What is the potential for European policy to be used to guide and support the take-up and adaptation of learning analytics to enhance education in Europe?
  20. 20. Action for analytics Strategy Research and development Infrastructure Context Standards Skills Outreach
  21. 21. 21 Strategy Example of a framework for learning analytics: Siemens, G., Gašević, D., Haythornthwaite, C., Dawson, S., Buckingham Shum, S., Ferguson, R., Duval, E., Verbert, K. & Baker, R.S.J.d. (2011). Open Learning Analytics: An Integrated and Modularized Platform (Concept Paper). Download from solaresearch.org • Align work on learning analytics with strategic objectives and priority areas for education and training • Develop a roadmap for learning analytics • Assign responsibility for development of learning analytics • Identify and build on work in related areas and other countries • Build on learning analytics work to develop new priorities
  22. 22. 22 Research and development • Develop pedagogy that makes good use of analytics • Develop analytics that address strategic objectives and priorities • Develop technology that enables deployment of analytics • Develop frameworks that enable development of analytics
  23. 23. 23 http://evidence.laceproject.eu Infrastructure ●Increase data-handling capability ●Create organisational structures to support use of learning analytics ●Use Evidence Hub to identify areas for development ●Develop methods of sharing experience and good practice
  24. 24. 24 Context ●Align learning analytics work with different sectors of education ●Develop practices that are appropriate to different contexts ●Identify successful financial models
  25. 25. 25 Standards ●Adapt and employ interoperability standards ●Develop and employ ethical standards, including data protection ●Align analytics with assessment practices ●Develop a robust quality assurance process ●Develop evaluation frameworks http://www.laceproject.eu/deliverables/d7-1-interoperability-studies/ http://www.open.ac.uk/students/charter/essential-documents/ethical-use-student-data-learning-analytics-policy
  26. 26. 26 Skills ●Identify the skills required in different areas ●Train and support educators to use analytics to support achievement ●Train and support researchers and developers to work in this field ●Develop and support educational leaders to implement these changes ●Educate learners to use analytics to support their own achievement
  27. 27. 27 Outreach ●Engage stakeholders throughout the learning analytics process ●Support collaboration with commercial organisations ●Promote awareness of learning analytics
  28. 28. 28 solaresearch.org • LAK conferences • LASI events • LACE Stay connected
  29. 29. 29 Slides online at www.slideshare.net/R3beccaF Rebecca Ferguson @R3beccaF http://r3beccaf.wordpress.com/

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