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An adaptable virtual learning environment vle incorporating individualised learning profiles l.jpg

An Adaptable Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles

Damian Gordon

eLearning

Research Group


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Introduction incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles

  • eLearning

  • Computer lecturers do it any way

  • 3rd Level Topics - complex and dense


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SSADM incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles


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SSADM incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles


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SSADM incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles


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Learning Styles incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles

  • Cognitive Styles

    • Left/Right Brain (Assagioli, Maslow, Jenson, Wells, Sechenov)

  • Briggs-Myers Scale

  • Felder Scale

  • Kolb Model

  • McLuhan Model

  • Bloom Taxonomy

  • Reeves and Haron Model

Demonstrate

Equivalences


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Myers-Briggs Type Indicator


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MBTI incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles

Extraversion

E

Introversion

I

Intuition

N

Sensing

S

Feeling

F

T

Thinking

Perceptive

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Judging


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MBTI incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles

Small group

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Introversion

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Intuition

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Sensing

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Feeling

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Thinking

Perceptive

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Judging


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MBTI incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles

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MBTI incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles

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Discovery

Learning

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Judging


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MBTI incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles

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What Must

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Lectures

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Behaviorist incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles

Constructivist


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MBTI incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles

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Lectures

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Behaviorist


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Virtual Learning Environment Utilities incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles

Lecture

Viewer

Chat

Utility

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Assessment

Metadata

Portal

Discussion

Boards

Mailing

List

Calendar


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Virtual Learning Environment Utilities incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles

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Virtual Learning Environment Utilities incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles

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Virtual Learning Environment Utilities incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles

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MBTI incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles

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Work Plan incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles

  • Year 1 – Teaching of SSADM through the normal means “chalk-and-talk” and PowerPoint slides

  • Year 2 – SSADM is presented through web pages, which allow hyper-linking between related topics

  • Year 3 – A project prototype is used to present SSADM

  • Year 4 – The final system is used to present the topic to the students.


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Evaluation Methods incorporating Individualised Learning Profiles

  • Questionnaires : Students who are learning SSADM in the current academic year (without the benefit of the VLE) will be given a questionnaire to rank their understanding of SSADM and its individual stages and techniques. Next year after the VLE is complete and being used by the students, those student will also be given a comprehensive questionnaire, using both t-tests and Kolmogorov-Smirnov [Cono80] test results will be compared. In this model the corresponding student groups will provide a statistically significant evaluation.

  • Interviews : Structured interviews will be used to assess the success of the system. Research will be required to determine good interviewing technique, and the evaluation thereof.

  • Logging : The system will keep extensive logging per user of their progress through the system. Review and summaries of the logs will highlight difficult modules, as well as common areas where users quit, which will prompt redesign of these particular modules.


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