Learning Design, Assessment and Evaluation

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This presentation sketches how evaluation can be embedded into learning design and provide smart ways for monitoring learning behaviours in order to monitor the comprehension and transformation.

Presented at the 4th DCAF Workshop on Gender-responsive Evaluation in Military Education.

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Learning Design, Assessment and Evaluation

  1. 1. Learning Design Assessment and Evaluation
  2. 2. Content and Analysis Digital Library Communities E-Education About us C ISN Zürich and CC http://www.flickr.com/photos/floridanationalguardonflickr/7096123921/
  3. 3. Assuring Quality in Education and Learning When  we  talk  about     evalua/on  we  mean  
  4. 4. Course Evaluation Cycle   Course   Landscape   Course   Series   Single   Course   One  per  3-­‐4  Years   One  per  ½  -­‐  1  Year   Each  Course   Module   Instructors   SMEs   Program     Managers  
  5. 5. Learning Design Models You  need  to  structure   your  course!    
  6. 6. A D D I E nalyze esign evelop mplement valuate Too  abstract  for     prac//oners  
  7. 7. 4 Component Model of Instructional Design (4C/ID) •  Learning Task •  Learning Material •  Learning Process •  “Part-task Practice” Van  Mërienboer,  Ten  Steps  to  Complex  Learning   Good  for  structuring     the  learning  design   S/ll  too  abstract  for     prac//oners  
  8. 8. Hybrid Learning (design) Model Helps  prac//oners  to  embrace    diverse  educa/onal  approaches  
  9. 9. Ac/vity   Type   Role   Role   Statement   Ac/vity  Verbs   (choose  1  or  2)   Interac/on   Type   LMS  Tools  
  10. 10. Guides  what  can   be  evaluated   automa/cally   Guides  what  can   be  evaluated   (automa/cally)  
  11. 11. Linking Learning Design with Evaluation through Technology •  Engage Learners •  Monitor activities •  Aggregate activities
  12. 12. Remembering Conven/onal  ADL  
  13. 13. E-Books Read the resources everywhere
  14. 14. Awareness Helping  prac//oners  linking    their  prac/ce  to  what  they  learn  
  15. 15. Collaborative image mapping (uses automatic geo tagging of mobiles) e.g www.panoramio.com
  16. 16. Practicing Let  par/cipants  show  what  they    understood  and  how  they  apply  
  17. 17. Mobler Cards Practice exam questions on the go
  18. 18. Mobile Learning Analytics Give evaluation results to students Glahn,  2009;  Verpoorten,  2013  
  19. 19. Learning Badges Encourage through medals hXp://lo-­‐f.at/glahn/2013/07/xapi-­‐open-­‐badges-­‐and-­‐e-­‐por]olios.html  
  20. 20. Instant Messaging Monitor Communication Patterns over time
  21. 21. Integrating Field Exploration Generate  a  comprehensive     situa/onal  picture  
  22. 22. The CIMIC Performance Support Cycle Planning   Opera/ng       Describing   Deduc/ng   Concluding   Recommending   Loca/ons   People   Events   Opera/on   Task   Entry   Projects   Improving   Evalua/on  
  23. 23. What to take with you •  Technology can help to get more comprehensive and more complete evaluation data •  Technology can help to monitor organizational transformation by monitoring what learners are doing •  The learning design guides what can be assessed and evaluated
  24. 24. Dr. Christian Glahn http://www.isn.ethz.ch https://github.com/ISN-Zurich/ @phish108   hXp://slidesha.re/phish108     hXp://lo-­‐f.at/glahn   hXp://mobinaut.io      

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