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Innovative subject specific H5P content types in DigiOppeVaramu project (math, music, chemistry, history)

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Innovative subject specific H5P content types in DigiOppeVaramu project (math, music, chemistry, history)

  1. 1. Innovative subject specific H5P content types in DigiOppeVaramu project (math, music, chemistry, history) Priit Tammets, Sander Aido Tallinn University, Estonia
  2. 2. “Digital Learning Resources for High Schools” (DigiÕppeVaramu, DÕV) • The project delivers a set of original validated digital learning resources for high schools in four domains: mathematics, natural sciences, social sciences and arts. • 05.2017 - 10.2018 • Funded by Ministry of Education, Estonia • Coordinated by Tallinn University, more than 120 authors
  3. 3. Concept • Learning resource as a smaller piece (“Lego-brick”) • As compact as possible • Re-usable • Platform independent • Resources for supporting teaching and learning activities • Organised and usable via e-Schoolbag (https://e- koolikott.ee)
  4. 4. Tecnical requirements • https://github.com/Oppevara/oppevara • Drupal 7 (+ modules), H5P • Supports all modern operation systems and browsers • Responsive layout * • Image resolution at least 12MP, illustrations SVG-s or similar • Videos (HDR) 3840x2160 at 60 Hz • WCAG 2 AA, for Rich Internet Application content WAI-ARIA 1.1 (https://h5p.org/h5p-accessibility-wcag-aria-moodle) *
  5. 5. Additional content types & extensions (H5P) • Based on the needs of our content authors in four subject areas (social sciences, natural sciences, mathematics and arts), new H5P content types and other original technical solutions were added: • Kekule.js • VisualMathEditor • GeoGebra • Assessment rubric • Music exercises • Grid Checker • Fill the blanks (dropdown) • Challenge
  6. 6. Kekule.js • Kekule.js is an open source JavaScript library for chemoinformatics released under MIT license. Currently, it is molecule-centric, focusing on providing the ability to represent, draw, edit, compare and search molecule structures on web browsers. • http://partridgejiang.github.io/K ekule.js/demos/index.html
  7. 7. Kekule demo (https://vara.e-koolikott.ee/node/6966) Kekule Reaction Exercise (https://vara.e-koolikott.ee/node/6967)
  8. 8. Visual Math Editor • VisualMathEditor is a LaTeX, AscciMath and MathML editor developed in Javascript and HTML. It has many features and menus that help the equation-entry and allow their posting and backup. • http://visualmatheditor.equathe que.net
  9. 9. Quiz + Visual Math Editor (https://vara.e- koolikott.ee/node/49)
  10. 10. GeoGebra • GeoGebra is dynamic mathematics software for all levels of education that brings together geometry, algebra, spreadsheets, graphing, statistics and calculus in one easy-to-use package. • https://www.geogebra.org/
  11. 11. GeoGebra (https://vara.e- koolikott.ee/node/4874)
  12. 12. Assessment Rubric • A rubric is a criterion referenced assessment tool used to score assignments or performances. Work is scored/graded based on how well the finished product lines up with the criteria listed on the rubric. A rubric is a very powerful device for performance-based assessments, such as oral presentations or projects, but also makes grading essay questions and narratives quick and easy. • Example - https://www.quickrubric.com/r#/cre ate-a-rubric
  13. 13. Assessment Rubric (https://vara.e- koolikott.ee/node/6968)
  14. 14. Music exercises • Automatically generated exercises (ca 30 different) on musical pitch, tempo, melody and harmony) • https://tarmoj.github.io/komp/in dex.html • Demo: https://youtu.be/dDd7LuKh6zA • Demo 2: https://vara.e- koolikott.ee/node/6972
  15. 15. Grid Checker • Questions as rows, and options columns, number not limited • Optionally row required • Input as checkbox, radio button or text • Demo: https://vara.e- koolikott.ee/node/3053
  16. 16. Fill in the blanks + dropdown • *right answer/another right answer/wrong answer~:hint* • 1. Expression must be contained by asterisks (*). • 2. Options are separated by forward slash (/). • 3. Hint is separated by a colon (:). • 4. Wrong answers must be postfixed with a tilde (~). • 5. Hints and wrong answers are optional. • 6. If no wrong answers are provided, the multiple choice is converted into a fill the blank style field.
  17. 17. Challenge • Kahoot-style 'Game' solution for enabling teachers to check the learners' interactions with H5P resources • Works currently with native H5P content types which are using xAPI statements • Demo: https://e- koolikott.ee/material?name=Tehnika _ja_teaduse_areng&id=16588 • Demo 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v= 9Ubrh6wpzoQ
  18. 18. DÕV as a service • DÕV as a authoring tool, user (teacher, student) access via e- Schoolbag • OAI-PMH (OAI Protocol) for metadata harvesting (flagged resources -> e-Schoolbag) • based on common taxonomy for DÕV & e-Schoolbag • Badgr (open badges) * • LTI for linking content from DÕV to LMS *
  19. 19. Thank you! https://oppevara.github.io aido@tlu.ee, tammets@tlu.ee

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