[workpaper] Entwicklungspapier E-Assessment an der TU Graz #eAssessment

Um das Thema E-Assessment an der TU Graz strukturiert zu behandeln, haben wir letztes Jahr einen Bericht verfasst, den wir gerne offen lizenziert zur Verfügung stellen:

Durch die COVID-19-Pandemie und die damit einhergehende Schließung der Universitäten waren ab dem Sommersemester 2020 aber fast alle Lehrenden der TU Graz gezwungen, ihre Prüfungen in den virtuellen Raum zu verlagern. Dieses Entwicklungspapier soll einerseits den Stand der Forschung wiedergeben, andererseits einen Überblick darüber geben, welche Strategien und Tools an anderen (Technischen) Universitäten international bzw. national eingesetzt werden. Außerdem wird aufgezeigt, welche Arten der Leistungsfeststellung bisher schon an der TU Graz eingesetzt werden und welche Tools dafür in Verwendung sind. Abschließend wird auf zu beachtende Kriterien und mögliche Entwicklungen im Bereich von E-Assessment eingegangen.

[Entwicklungspapier @ ResearchGate]
[Entwicklungspapier @ TU Graz]

Zitation: Edelsbrunner, S., Hohla, K., & Ebner, M. (2022). Entwicklungspapier E-Assessment an der TU Graz. Graz University of Technology. https://doi.org/10.3217/s2rpc-x5g66

[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No. 5 #ijet #research

Issue 17(5) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • The Effects of Online Role-play Teaching Practice on Learners’ Availability for Resources
  • Smart Model for Classification and Orientation of Learners in a MOOC
  • Design of a Smart MOOC Trust Model: Towards a Dynamic Peer Recommendation to Foster Collaboration and Learner’s Engagement
  • A Quasi-Experimental Evaluation of Teaching Software Testing in Software Quality Assurance Subject during a Post-Graduate Computer Science Course
  • Roman Palace: A Videogame for Foreign-Language Vocabulary Retention
  • Synthesis of Problem-Based Interactive Digital Storytelling Learning Model Under Gamification Environment Promotes Students’ Problem-Solving Skills
  • Analysis and Prediction of the Trend Features for Teaching Development Based on Knowledge Discovery
  • Analysis on College Students’ Extracurricular Learning Interests Based on Their Book Borrowing Behaviours
  • Educational Data Mining for Student Performance Prediction: A Systematic Literature Review (2015-2021)
  • Technocreativity, Social Networks and Entrepreneurship: Diagnostics of Skills in University Students
  • Evaluation of the Information-based Teaching Design Abilities of Educators in Blended Teaching
  • ICT Self-Efficacy and ICT Interest Mediate the Gender Differences in Digital Reading: A Multilevel Serial Mediation Analysis
  • Influence of Learning Engagement on Learning Effect under a Virtual Reality (VR) Environment
  • Using Semantic Patterns in Web Search and Assessment of Professionally Oriented Texts in a Foreign Language for Training Students in Higher Education Institutions of Mineral Resource Profile
  • Generation and Optimization of Teaching Decision Generation Under a Smart Teaching Environment
  • Perceived Efficacy of Google Classroom Usage in Varied English Courses
  • Effectiveness of Augmented Reality-Based Learning Media for Engineering-Physics Teaching

[Link to Issue 17/5]

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[publication] Distance Learning 2020 – Rahmenbedingungen, Risiken und Chancen #nationalerBildungsbericht #tugraz

Auch 2021 durfte ich an der Erstellung des nationalen Bildungsberichts mitwirken. Es war durchaus herausfordender als die letzten Jahre, aufgrund der Umstände. Nun ist aber der gesamte Nationale Bildungsbericht abrufbar und auch unser Kapitel zu „Distance Learning 2020 – Rahmenbedingungen, Risiken und Chancen„:

Zusammenfassung:
Im Kern steht der menschenzentrierte Blick auf die Frage: „Was braucht es alles, dass Distance Learning gelingen kann, und welche didaktischen, gesellschaftlichen, technologischen und rechtlichen Rahmenbedingungen müssen berücksichtigt werden, um digitale Lehre nachhaltig verankern zu können?“ Der Artikel beantwortet diese Frage aus einer holistischen Perspektive aus Sicht von Schülerinnen/Schülern, Lehrerinnen/Lehrern, Eltern und anderen Stakeholder/innen-Gruppen. Dabei stellt sich die Frage, was vom Distance Learning mitgenommen und gelernt werden kann, das kein Ersatz, sondern eine Erweiterung von Regel- bzw. Präsenzunterricht ist. Im Folgenden wird beschrieben, worauf zu achten ist, wenn Distance Learning als Erweiterung des Regelunterrichts angewandt werden soll, und wir formulieren literatur- und evidenzbasierte Gelingensbedingungen und Handlungsempfehlungen.

[full article @ ResearchGate]
[full article @ BMBWF Homepage]

Referenz: Kayali, F., Brandhofer, G., Ebner, M., Luckner, N., Schön, S., Trützsch-Winjen, C., (2021) Distance Learning 2020 – Rahmenbedingungen, Risiken und Chancen. Nationaler Bildungsbericht, Ausgewählte Entwicklungsfelder (Teil 3), S. 337-373 http://doi.org/10.17888/nbb2021-3-1

[publication] Open Tools and Methods to Support the Development of MOOCs A Collection of How-tos, Monster Assignment and Kits #emoocs21 #mooc #imoox

Our reserach about „Open Tools and Methods to Support the Development of MOOCs A Collection of How-tos, Monster Assignment and Kits“ got published in this year EMOOCS 2021 conference proceeding.

Abstract:
There are a plethora of ways to guide and support people to learn about MOOC (massive open online course) development, from their first inter- est, sourcing supportive resources, methods and tools to better aid their understanding of the concepts and pedagogical approaches of MOOC design, to becoming a MOOC developer. This contribution highlights tools and methods that are openly available and re-usable under Creative Commons licenses. Our collection builds upon the experiences from three MOOC development and hosting teams with joint experiences of several hundred MOOCs (University of Applied Sciences in Lübeck, Graz Univer- sity of Technology, University of Glasgow) in three European countries, which are Germany, Austria and the UK. The contribution recommends and shares experiences with short articles and poster for first information sharing a Monster MOOC assignment for beginners, a MOOC canvas for first sketches, the MOOC design kit for details of instructional design and a MOOC for MOOC makers and a MOOC map as introduction into a certain MOOC platform.

[article @ ResearchGate]
[conference proceeding]

Reference: John Kerr, Anja Lorenz, Sandra Schön, Martin Ebner, Andreas Wittke (2021) Open Tools and Methods to support the development of MOOCs: A Collection of How-tos, Monster Assignment and Kits. Poster Presentation at the EMOOCs Conference 2021, DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.16586.08642

[presentation] Maker Education – just MAKE it #making #makereducation #tugraz

I feel honored to gave a keynote talk at this year ISoLEC confernce in Malang. I talked about Maker Education, its implications and our learnings. Find here our slides.

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[publication] Learning Design for Children and Youth in Makerspaces: Methodical-Didactical Variations of Maker Education Activities Concerning Learner’s Interest, Learning with Others and Task Description #makereducation #tugraz

Our publication about „Learning Design for Children and Youth in Makerspaces: Methodical-Didactical Variations of Maker Education Activities Concerning Learner’s Interest, Learning with Others and Task Description“ as part of the International Seminar on Language, Education, and Culture (ISoLEC 2021) got published.

Abstract:
For some years now, „maker education“ has been conquering the world, and with extensive literature describing projects and activities as well as their characteristics and effects. Many authors have described principles of maker education such as working on a product and do-it-yourself activities. However, the literature on how to develop and design a maker activity with children is still limited. This would be of interest to and inform the systematic training of teachers and maker educators. In this paper we propose an overview of the methodological-didactical variations in maker education base on the systematic analysis of the original principles of adults learning in makerspaces to extrapolate the principles for working with children in maker education. Therefore, this paper offers a collection of methodological-didactical variations concerning three aspects, namely (a) the inclusion of the learner’s own interests, (b) learning from and with others, and (c) the kinds of task available at hand. In this way it is intended to offer practitioners support for the design and development of their own maker education programs.

[full article @ ResearchGate]
[full article @ journal’s homepage]

Reference: Ebner, M., Schön, S., Narr, K., Grandl, M., Khoo, E. (2021) Learning Design for Children and Youth in Makerspaces: Methodical-Didactical Variations of Maker Education Activities Concerning Learner’s Interest, Learning with Others and Task Description. In: Proceedings of the International Seminar on Language, Education, and Culture (ISoLEC 2021). pp. 198-206 https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.211212.038

[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No. 4 #ijet #research

Issue 17(4) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Construction of A Mobile Learning Environment Based on Complex Network
  • Big Data-Assisted Recommendation of Personalized Learning Resources and Teaching Decision Support
  • Features of Group Online Learning Behaviours Based on Data Mining
  • A Collaborative Education Mechanism for College Students‘ Physical and Mental Health Education and Safety Education Under Complex Background
  • Influences of Environmental Perception on Individual Cognitive Engagement in Online Learning: The Mediating Effect of Self-Efficacy
  • University Students’ Perceptions on the Use of Google Translate: Problems and Solutions
  • An Intelligent Digital Learning Platform to Enhance Digital Health Literacy
  • Online Learning for Mass Audiences during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Key Considerations for Real Time Knowledge Transfer
  • Student Evaluation of Online Teaching Quality, Their Own Engagement and Success Expectancy in the Future Profession
  • A Social Profile Ontology to Enhance Learner Experience in MOOCs
  • How Communion and Agentic Beliefs Predict Technology-Supported Formal and Informal Learning
  • A Gesture-Based Educational System that Integrates Simulation and Molecular Visualization to Teach Chemistry
  • Preservice Teachers’ Evolving View of the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Online Learning
  • Teaching German as a Foreign Language with Open Educational Resources (OER)
  • The Technology Attractiveness and Its Impact on MOOC Continuance Intention
  • Distance Education: An Investigation of Tutors’ Electronic Feedback Practices during Coronavirus Pandemic

[Link to Issue 17/4]

Nevertheless, if you are interested to become a reviewer for the journal, please just contact me 🙂 .