Supporting Teachers in Cross-organisational Knowledge Building

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Supporting Teachers in Cross-organisational Knowledge Building

  1. 1. Supporting Teachers in Cross-organisational Knowledge Building with a Web-based Portfolio<br />KairitTammets<br />Mart Laanpere (presenting)<br />Tallinn University, Estonia<br />
  2. 2. Extended organisation<br />Responsiveness<br />Intelleoproject<br />Knowledge Building: SECI model<br />Research problem<br />Case 3: Association of Teachers<br />Research method<br />Results so far<br />The next steps<br />Roadmap<br />
  3. 3. Extended organisation<br />
  4. 4. Intelleo is an international R&D project funded by European Commission (FP7 ICT programme, Technology-Enhanced Learning)<br />Three business cases:<br />Large company (VW) + Research institute (ATB)<br />Small global company (INI) + University (Belgrade)<br />Teachers’ association + University (Tallinn)<br />Goal: validated theoretical model and software tools which support cross-boundary learning & knowledge building activities, improving organisational responsiveness<br />Intelleo project<br />
  5. 5. Defining responsiveness<br />5<br />
  6. 6. Knowledge & competences<br />6<br />
  7. 7. Knowledge objects<br />7<br />
  8. 8. Intelleo ontology<br />8<br />
  9. 9. SECI model by Nonaka & Takeuchi<br />
  10. 10. Context: University + Association of Teachers<br />Research problem: low responsiveness and minimal cross-boundary knowledge building<br />Research questions: <br />Which aspects should be considered while developing the theoretical framework for supporting organisational responsiveness in such context?<br />What are the the main design requirements for a Web-based portfolio environment that should support individual and collaborative knowledge building within extended organization?<br />Which motivational factors can affect implementation of IntelLEO theoretical framework and Web-based portfolio in such extended organization?<br />Research problem<br />
  11. 11. BC3: Association of Teachers<br />Estonian Association of Professional Teachers: re-established 20 years ago<br />Umbrella organisation for subject-oriented associations of teachers<br />Partner for Ministry of Education and universities which train future teachers<br />Teacher’s competence model should provide a common ground, but it does not: professional qualification standard for teachers is not used by teachers, universities or educational authorities<br />Existing tools for teachers: Koolielu.ee portal, LeMill.net portal, blogs and Web sites of subject teacher communities, online learning environments …<br />
  12. 12. Teachers and teacher trainers involved as co-researchers<br />Group interviews, concept mapping<br />Participatory design sessions<br />Designing prototypes of new Intelleo semantic Web tools, which support cross-border knowledge building<br />Incremental and cyclic prototyping: paper prototypes, HTML mockups, early prototypes …<br />Action/design research<br />
  13. 13. The first prototypes of Intelleo Web tools are ready to be tested by target groups in all three business cases:<br />Ontology service<br />Human Resource Discovery service<br />Working Group Composition service<br />User Monitoring and Collaboration Tracing service<br />Knowledge Objects service<br />Learning Path Creator service<br />Organisational Policy service<br />Results so far<br />
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  15. 15. Integrating Intelleo services with existing Web tools used by teachers<br />Piloting new cross-border knowledge building methods in the context of school practice, induction year, in-service teacher training, teacher accreditation and development of new professional qualification standard for teachers<br />The next steps<br />

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