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E-learning Debriefing lessons learned – Belgian context May 2013 E-learning Debriefing lessons learned – Belgian context May 2013

Eumena – KULeuven (Jad Najjar) • Globe, Ariadne, OER, European Schoolnet = wealth of Eumena – KULeuven (Jad Najjar) • Globe, Ariadne, OER, European Schoolnet = wealth of learning objects available in various languages (arabic = limited) • LAK conference: academic research on learning environment (moodle) • Eummena created widget link to meta data for moodle environment: source is available but requires installation programming and maintenance E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 2

Eumena – KULeuven (Jad Najjar) • PORTAL lessons learned: • • Don’t make search Eumena – KULeuven (Jad Najjar) • PORTAL lessons learned: • • Don’t make search too complicated LOM : Generate keywords, follow standards E-content is OUT; widgets = way to go! Repository is 1; teacher use of it is 2 and student access through learning environment (moodle) is 3 • E-learn opportunities: • Test and evaluate portal (user-friendliness) • Provide access to global meta data through Ariadne, Globe • Training on meta data for Mo. E staff, teachers • www. eummena. org E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 3

ICT @ BTC (Guillaume Lederer) • BTC uses Claroline as internal learning platform, originally ICT @ BTC (Guillaume Lederer) • BTC uses Claroline as internal learning platform, originally built @ UCL; in house expertise • Experience of learning environment in Kenia in cooperation with VVOB E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 4

ICT @ BTC (Guillaume Lederer) • BTC uses Claroline as internal learning platform, originally ICT @ BTC (Guillaume Lederer) • BTC uses Claroline as internal learning platform, originally built @ UCL • Lessons learned: • Offline alternatives to moodle! • Open source LO development tools are available e. g. EXE Hot Potatoes, etc. • Mind compatibility: standards! (html 5) (Flash <> I-pad)), • Opportunities: • BTC in house expertise = available (standards, learning environment, portal architecture, etc) E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 5

Klascement (Flemish Mo. E; Pascal Craeye, Thomas Corthals, Hans De Four) ) E-learning – Klascement (Flemish Mo. E; Pascal Craeye, Thomas Corthals, Hans De Four) ) E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 6

Klascement (Flemish Mo. E) Main features: - Repository for peer-to-peer exchange of bottom up Klascement (Flemish Mo. E) Main features: - Repository for peer-to-peer exchange of bottom up LO (any kind of content) - Moderation: content management - Light! Limited intervention/selection - 3 criteria - Quality (Correct what is wrong) - Copyright (Check) - Meta data (check and add) - Team of content managers: field experience & workload E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 7

Klascement (Flemish Mo. E) Users: - Open access (but control) - Social media aspects Klascement (Flemish Mo. E) Users: - Open access (but control) - Social media aspects - Rating (underused) - Forum, exchange - Incentives (points) - Guidance: - Manual for usage of portal (incl rules) - Klascement for dummies (limited version) - Training workshops (in and pre service) E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 8

Klascement (Flemish Mo. E) Other features: - LOM structure, search - Constant innovation (relevance, Klascement (Flemish Mo. E) Other features: - LOM structure, search - Constant innovation (relevance, new projects, course specific, ‘Universal’ filtering) - Continuous monitoring - External evaluation (e. g. impact eval in 2009) - Experience in Africa in cooperation with VVOB E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 9

Klascement (Flemish Mo. E) - 6 side projects, powered by Klascement: - www. oefen. Klascement (Flemish Mo. E) - 6 side projects, powered by Klascement: - www. oefen. be = student (direct) access to exercises (code) - www. classy. be = webspace for teachers - www. appsakee. be = portal for apps - Course specific sites (environments): - De lat hoog voor talen (portal for languages) - Kiezen voor STEM (portal for Science - Technology Engineering – Mathematics) - Universal (portal for universal content) E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 10

Klascement (Flemish Mo. E) - Sibling sites - www. enseignement. be (French speaking Mo. Klascement (Flemish Mo. E) - Sibling sites - www. enseignement. be (French speaking Mo. E site) www. enseignons. be (French speaking bottum up) www. wikiwijs. nl (platform in the Netherlands) www. scoilnet. ie (Irish platform) - Learning environments: - www. smartschool. be (student access solutions, private initiative, 3 -9 EUR/year/student) - http: //toledo. kuleuven. be/english/index. php (KULeuven powered portal) E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 11

Klascement (Flemish Mo. E) Lessons learned + peer-to-peer sharing of day-to-day knowledge & hands-on Klascement (Flemish Mo. E) Lessons learned + peer-to-peer sharing of day-to-day knowledge & hands-on tools + quality control: content managers from the field + constant innovation, sub-sites +/- find your way through content (rating) E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 12

Klascement (Flemish Mo. E) Opportunities - Link to English version of portal and English Klascement (Flemish Mo. E) Opportunities - Link to English version of portal and English content (‘universal’ content) - Expertise available - Similarity: learn from experiences/mistakes - Study visit E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 13

Appetijt @City of Antwerp schools (Rik Coenen) • Vision • Each student has his/her Appetijt @City of Antwerp schools (Rik Coenen) • Vision • Each student has his/her own style • 21 st skills: to know when to use which device • Tablets as 1 -on-1 interface • School = the mgmt unit • School buys (impact on school budget) and manages devices (25 to 125 per school) • 1 focal point per school • 1 pedagogical coordinator & 1 ICT coordinator • Dedicated time / reduced workload for coordination & coaching! • Peer exchange of various school focal points (1 x month) E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 14

Appetijt @City of Antwerp schools • Technology choices • I-PAD • ++ Apple TV Appetijt @City of Antwerp schools • Technology choices • I-PAD • ++ Apple TV = lifestream • 1 server updating apps • App-based: small loose modules in flexible environment (Symbaloo) • Smartschool • + school = unit! (<> academic learning platform) schoolagenda, • + parents access (co-account, push factor) • 85% available on tablet E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 15

Appetijt @City of Antwerp schools Pros and cons • Versus textbooks • + Printing Appetijt @City of Antwerp schools Pros and cons • Versus textbooks • + Printing & copy costs = significant decline • + Purchase of ‘invulschrift’/’carnet’ • - PDF = files are too heavy for tablets • Internet and bandwidth: conditio since qua non • Life expectancy • • • Max. 3 years Protection: rubber cover for protection & lockers (cases of theft) IT-support and maintenance! (Leasing? ) E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 16

Appetijt @City of Antwerp schools Lessons learned • Peer exchange & coaching: ‘Academy’ of Appetijt @City of Antwerp schools Lessons learned • Peer exchange & coaching: ‘Academy’ of innovative teachers: create, stimulate, exchange of home grown curriculum development • School as mgmt UNIT! • Motivate: parents as push factor • Mobile learning: BYO (bring your own) E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 17

Appetijt @City of Antwerp schools • Opportunities - Twinning - Student and/or teacher twinning Appetijt @City of Antwerp schools • Opportunities - Twinning - Student and/or teacher twinning (arabic <> english) - Expertise available - Tablets as case study - Study visit E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 18

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I-Pad @Blankenberge (Tammy Schellens, Ugent) • WHY? Vision of the School = challenge individual I-Pad @Blankenberge (Tammy Schellens, Ugent) • WHY? Vision of the School = challenge individual students at level of their own capacity, cease opportunities (school of 1 on 1) • WHAT? Since September 2012 every student and every teacher: 1 I-pad • HOW? Parents’ contribution & teachers’ motivation E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 20

I-Pad @Blankenberge A world of opportunities! E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 21 I-Pad @Blankenberge A world of opportunities! E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 21

I-Pad @Blankenberge Student in the driving seat …. Hardware alone will not do the I-Pad @Blankenberge Student in the driving seat …. Hardware alone will not do the trick Example Title 22

I-Pad @Blankenberge = Conditio sine qua non ! E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium I-Pad @Blankenberge = Conditio sine qua non ! E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 23

I-Pad @Blankenberge Independent impact research (added value to learning outcomes) by Ghent University - I-Pad @Blankenberge Independent impact research (added value to learning outcomes) by Ghent University - expectations & appreciation: teachers <> students - Quantitative: waves, theory of planned behavior - Qualitative: observation, focus groups - Added value? + Direct access to multimedia (film, image, live access, search internet) + Easy to use, fun, less weight, no more copies or computer labs - technical issues hard and software - extra burden on teachers E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 24

I-Pad @Blankenberge Independent impact research (added value to learning outcomes) by Ghent University (…) I-Pad @Blankenberge Independent impact research (added value to learning outcomes) by Ghent University (…) - Conculsions - Potential is there. How to maximize added value? - How to keep up with early appliers, pioneers? How to bring along less capable teachers? => teacher capacity development! - More (experimental) research necessary on pedagogical innovation - Support needed for further develipment of LO E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 25

I-Pad @Blankenberge • Text book dilemma + predictable: according to well defined end goals, I-Pad @Blankenberge • Text book dilemma + predictable: according to well defined end goals, learning outcomes + structure: clear guidance for teachers + recycling: goes along for many years - Outdated: not adapted to TODAYs needs, slow in catching new trends, needs, … - Comfortable to sit back and relax - Slave of printed text, structure (=> exams) - Limited to no flexibility for individual learning - Singular truth E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 26

Belgian LL => OPPORTUNITIES • Technical expertise: portal (klassement), learning environment (BTC, Eumena), Tablets Belgian LL => OPPORTUNITIES • Technical expertise: portal (klassement), learning environment (BTC, Eumena), Tablets (Blankenberge, City of Antwerp, Ughent), impact assessment (Ughent) • Twinning of schools (Blankenberge, Antwerp, etc. ) • Study tour in Europe E-learning – Lessons learned – Belgium 27