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1 1 ePortfolio projects in Austria New Learning

2 2 Austria – a small country in Education 2006NumberFemale Students (at school) ,2% Students (higher education) *53,3% |Teachers ,2% Secondary level graduates ,0 % * 20,7% foreign students

3 3 Different Media – Different Skills

4 4 Third places of learning - Drittes Bild:

5 5 Homo Zappiens Wim Veen: Homo Zappiens grows up with PC-Mouse, TV-Remote-Control und mobile telefone. Plays gamebased und invents games. Is communicating online. Chattes in different roles. Knows URLs better than verbs or country capitals. School is a meeting place with friends and to benchmark abilities than an aerea to learn

6 6 Conclusion Homo Zappiens develops a range of metacognitive skills: –Enquiry based approaches –Networked learning: thinking as part of networks –Experimental learning: no punishments –Collaborative learning: teams and roles –Active learning: making choices, act –Self organisation: setting goals –Problem solving strategies –Expliciting knowledge to others

7 7 Message 1 – Mindstorms All students will work and learn with a small weboriented learn-and communcation device (mobiltelephon, PDA, OLPC-XO-Computer) Full PC functions + userinterface for web- sites+ office – applications + personal learning tools + audiovisual tools Always webconnected

8 8 Message 2 – Social Software Software supports learning and virtual collaboration Classroom-Wikis Webloggs (Diaries) ePortfolios Social bookmarks Support by Active boards Leearning plattforms (Moodle, dotLRN, ILIAS) administrate the learning process

9 9 Web 2.0 at school New Scholarship - Feedback culture -Student controlled work (Wikis) -Subject oriented webloggs User Created Content - Teachers create content for teachers - Content will be adapted - Unified Content-Metadata (Calibrate) Internet-Policy Edumoodle as offer for all

10 10 What is an e-learning school (e-education)? Every student (upper secondary) can test e-learning sequences in the next to yearsEvery student (upper secondary) can test e-learning sequences in the next to years All teachers should get experience with e-learning sequences in their subjects Teams of teachers work on e-learning programmes (didactics, methods, content) Good school experience in regional networksGood school experience in regional networks Steering group of school partners must be established to support content developmentSteering group of school partners must be established to support content development Cluster schools are working in networks and offer additional qualifications (IT-certificates)Cluster schools are working in networks and offer additional qualifications (IT-certificates)

11 11 Output results of notebook-studies Competences of NotebookPC- students Competences of NotebookPC- students information management is quite good information management is quite good teamwork is sometimes better teamwork is sometimes better ä self-organisation is not significantly better ä motivation is not significantly better Side effects and risks: ä low concentration on learning – proved false ä PCs/Internet addiction - proved false ä low achievement in other subjects – proved false

12 12 edumoodle - Projekt for all Austrian schoolswww.edumoodle.at An own domain for every school (now 650 schools!) Eduhi/BRZ - Service an 24 hours 7 days a week Internetconnection: 512 kByte (20 kByte/device) Edumoodle-TV

13 13 Every student gets his/her own course and manages all tasks

14 14 He/she defines his/her own region for every subject … and collects tasks (texts, presentations,..)

15 15 ePortfolios for all learners / all citizens ePortfolios at schools (collecting first data of works, working portfolio -> 5 steps -> presentation portfolio; H. Barrett, Kanada) ePortfolios at universities (diploma Supplement, standards and regulations for european qualification framework - EQR) ePortfolios in adult education (informal and selfdiceted learning, language portfolio, personal competence profile) ePortfolios in business – accepted competence profile ? s

16 16 Learning Portfolio Learning Individuals Learning Organisations Learning Communities Informal Learning Formal Learning Portfolio

17 17 Learning Portfolio Theses (1) ePortfolio The Portfolio is first of all a personal document. It is personal property owned by the originator/author General purpose of a Portfolio is the self-directed guidance and reflection of learning process The Portfolio documents competences, independent from context, from institutions and the phases in one´s life The Portfolio is a lifelong collection of electronical items, which occurs incidentally during daily work with electronic and communicative devices e.g. PC

18 18 Learning Portfolio Theses (2) ePortfolio The Portfolio could also include declared items of other persons and sources. Although all technical opportunities: the Portfolio would never pass over to other persons On special occassions the owner could provide other persons an insight on his/her Portfolio, In this case only well defined parts of the portfolio will be shown and customized for the special purpose. e.g. examinations, job application.

19 19 Learning Portfolio Pedagogical Funding: Pedagogical Constructivism - Random Access Instruction - Anchored Instruction - Cognitive Apprenticeship Progressive education - Montessori, Dalton Plan Epistemological Approach Research Learning (Landwehr)

20 20 Learning Portfolio Fullfilling the Postulation of Individualization in Education Indivualization as regards Content Obligation and freestyle Indivualization to time Social Indivialization self competence and self-organizing networks Indivialization in case of assesment and evaluation

21 21 process portfolio ePortfolio time conclusion portfolio Learning Portfolio

22 22 process portfolio complexity of structure project portfolios team portfolios Cascading Portfolios process portfolio process portfolio process portfolio process portfolio conclusion portfolio conclusion portfolio conclusion portfolio conclusion portfolio conclusion portfolio portfolios of institutions enterprise portfolios personal availability

23 23 Portfolios in education is a powerfull tool for individual and cooperative learning. Portfolios document the personal learning path und is useful for learning- and projectmangagement Portfolios also meet the needs of an advanced/extended CV with samples of good performances and projectwork done by the students. Portfolio document the contribution of each student in teamwork projekts. Conclusion Portfolios supports students by examanations and job applications. ePortfolio in vocational training ePortfolio

24 24. ePortfolio in der Berufsbildung - Aufbau STRUCTURE: 1. Introduction - Letter to the reader - CV Europass 2. Documentation of learning projects -Targets, prozess, results, documents - Description of the own contribution 3. Evaluation - Reflection, Feedback of other students 4. Learning journal, success AIMS: Advanced CV Job application Documentation Teamworking, project management Personal learning path ePortfolio ePortfolio in vocational training

25 25. ePortfolio

26 26. Europass Project work Reflection ePortfolio

27 27 Exabis ePortfolio Tool Andreas Riepl

28 28 Sakai Testierung Dipl.-Ing. Dr. techn. Erwin Bratengeyer u-uni.ac.at u-uni.ac.at

29 29 CISCO: - Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) 70 Schools LA/RA - Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) - Cisco Authorized Trainings Center (CATC Vienna/Innsbruck) working for 103 local academies Success: 5832 students, 303 teachers (CCNA1: ,… CCNA4: 2700 students, CCNP 58 students) IT-Essentials I + II (Sponsored Curricula Cisco + HP) Success: Since autumn Students, 30 teachers MICROSOFT: from the MCP-Program (Microsoft Certified Professional) - Network System Engineer (MCSE) + MCSA - C #,.net Framework, Developer Success: About 40 Schools, 520 students, 340 teachers MySAP, Oracle OCP, LPI – LINUX, ….. Example for portfolio content

30 30 Cultures and Languages Kerrey-Rep: All in all 85% of IT is textprocessing Experts from Denmark: New and classic media go hand in hand - young people are multitaskers - no fear that classical media will die ! George Steiner (Cambridge): Sequent content oriented reading for all will last 300 years in history from the renaissance till about Then texts will be substituted by only audiovisual and multimedial communication ….. George Steiner, Cambridge

31 31 e-learning will be everydays learning


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