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Supporting group learning and assessment through Internet Liane Tarouco Antonio R. de Vit Marlise Supporting group learning and assessment through Internet Liane Tarouco Antonio R. de Vit Marlise Geller Luciano Hack Graduate Program Informatic on Education Universidade Federal do RS - Brazil

CMDL ¨ Computer Mediated Distance Learning (classroom is routinely a far more scrutable educational CMDL ¨ Computer Mediated Distance Learning (classroom is routinely a far more scrutable educational environment than the physical classroom) ü email & news groups ü chat ü videoconference

CSCL ¨ Computer Supported collaborative Learning ü group learning is more effective ¨ Learning CSCL ¨ Computer Supported collaborative Learning ü group learning is more effective ¨ Learning through reflexive discussion

CSCL based on Internet services ¨ Computer Supported collaborative Learning ¨ CSCL based on CSCL based on Internet services ¨ Computer Supported collaborative Learning ¨ CSCL based on Internet ü asynchronous · email, news groups, electronic board ü synchronous · chat, videoconference

Collaborative learning ¨ Problems ü heterogeneous contributions ü lack of capability for monitoring all Collaborative learning ¨ Problems ü heterogeneous contributions ü lack of capability for monitoring all group work

Learning assessment u Learning assessment became a challenge to those who work with distance Learning assessment u Learning assessment became a challenge to those who work with distance education

Learning assessment u Evaluation process should include a great variety of evidences that go Learning assessment u Evaluation process should include a great variety of evidences that go beyond the traditional final examination based on paper and pencil.

Face-to-face context Professors use more than just formal mechanisms to evaluate students. ü body Face-to-face context Professors use more than just formal mechanisms to evaluate students. ü body language ü participation Quality of questions proposed by students are good indicators of learning

Distance Education u What normally occurs it is the use of formal mechanisms only Distance Education u What normally occurs it is the use of formal mechanisms only

Why ? u It occurs not only because of the lack of accessible mechanisms Why ? u It occurs not only because of the lack of accessible mechanisms that can assist instructors on this task, but also, because many professors prefer to work with more traditional methods of evaluation. u Authentication u Legal aspects

Internet evolution u Evolution of networks and computers and especially the Internet u New Internet evolution u Evolution of networks and computers and especially the Internet u New mechanisms and services started to show up

Keeping track u Tools to keep track of students activities and interactions ü with Keeping track u Tools to keep track of students activities and interactions ü with learning environment ü with the group of students ü with the professor

Internet for distance education ¨ Reduction of the distribution costs; ¨ Internet facilitates collaborative Internet for distance education ¨ Reduction of the distribution costs; ¨ Internet facilitates collaborative writing; ¨ The corrections and updates are simpler to handle; ¨ Several techniques for evaluation are possible using multimedia for the interaction between professor and students and between students.

Distance education assessment ¨ Assessment based on contributions for group discussions ¨ Tests (automatically Distance education assessment ¨ Assessment based on contributions for group discussions ¨ Tests (automatically handled by computer program) ¨ Term papers (analyzed by professor or assistants) ¨ Oral or written tests conduced in the presence of the instructor (some times through videoconference) or with a remote assistant.

Time spent with assessment Time spent with assessment

Types of assessment u case studies u exams u papers u projects All of Types of assessment u case studies u exams u papers u projects All of them requires extensive time to grade and are very difficult to get automated help to do the evaluation.

Distance education technologies Ancient forms Internet based environment Printed text books HTML pages Exercises Distance education technologies Ancient forms Internet based environment Printed text books HTML pages Exercises Forms and CGI TV broadcast MBONE VHS tapes Real Video, MPEG Audio tapes Real audio Assesment Forms and CGI

Topics u. Kirkpatrick's model for evaluation - set of tools to provide capability to Topics u. Kirkpatrick's model for evaluation - set of tools to provide capability to asses according this model F consensus F tracking F voting F self-evaluation

Kirkpatrick’s model Results Behaviour Learning Reaction Kirkpatrick’s model Results Behaviour Learning Reaction

Formative evaluation u Formative evaluation is important to make easy for the students not Formative evaluation u Formative evaluation is important to make easy for the students not only inform their opinions and feelings about how course is going on but see this contributions being handled and considered.

Using quiz system u Teachers them u CGI may built artifacts and link allows Using quiz system u Teachers them u CGI may built artifacts and link allows dynamically building and editing

Basic functions included u Feedback for each alternative u Indication answer u Nothing of Basic functions included u Feedback for each alternative u Indication answer u Nothing of correct more, just counting incidence of selections on each alternative

Complementary tools u Consensus u Tracking u Voting u Self-evaluation Complementary tools u Consensus u Tracking u Voting u Self-evaluation

Tool of consensus · It allows on time creation of enquete proposing instigating questions, Tool of consensus · It allows on time creation of enquete proposing instigating questions, as well as the collection and tabulation of responses; · The tool has the capability to keep track of each student's level of contribution to the discussion as well as enquete responses.

Tracking tool u The register of learning activities (accessed page with dates and time) Tracking tool u The register of learning activities (accessed page with dates and time) is important because it allows the professor to know the progress of students trough the course; u The collected information will show that type of access the student has made (visited units, tools used, etc), as well as the time spent on it.

Voting tool u Aimed to provide conditions for a fast feedback for the instructor Voting tool u Aimed to provide conditions for a fast feedback for the instructor on specific subjects.

Self-evaluation tool u Allows the dynamic building of enquetes for self-evaluation by professor and Self-evaluation tool u Allows the dynamic building of enquetes for self-evaluation by professor and by students.

Group activity handling Group activity may give opportunity for student to present contributions that Group activity handling Group activity may give opportunity for student to present contributions that some times are relegated to forgetfulness.

Consolidation ¨ It is also needed a voting system to support group decision about Consolidation ¨ It is also needed a voting system to support group decision about the consolidated results from discussion ü ü ordering reordering selecting discarding

What was needed ¨ Development of applications to handle participants contributions ¨ Provide support What was needed ¨ Development of applications to handle participants contributions ¨ Provide support for group decision ¨ Utilization of contributions that came up during group activity

Handling group activity results A set of tools was designed and developed to support Handling group activity results A set of tools was designed and developed to support distance education collaborative work.

Group activity results ¨ Group activity results on a log file containing interchanged texts Group activity results ¨ Group activity results on a log file containing interchanged texts (synchronous or asynchronously) during a group debate. Example: Using an environment like Palace for chat

Other services used for group discussion ¨ WWW based chat ¨ Videoconferencing complemented with Other services used for group discussion ¨ WWW based chat ¨ Videoconferencing complemented with chat

Developed solution ¨ Application for handle results of group discussion (brainstorming) ü consolidation of Developed solution ¨ Application for handle results of group discussion (brainstorming) ü consolidation of contributions ü summaries with more relevant ideas ü voting process

Issue Analyzer ¨ Tool supporting brainstorming ¨ Used natural language recognition ¨ Grouping of Issue Analyzer ¨ Tool supporting brainstorming ¨ Used natural language recognition ¨ Grouping of similar ideas ¨ Organize them according with definitions of the group ¨ Client server application ¨ Supported only synchronous communication

Eurekha ¨ Tool initially developed for information retrieval ¨ Uses methods for grouping textual Eurekha ¨ Tool initially developed for information retrieval ¨ Uses methods for grouping textual objects ¨ Objects are organized automatically in similar objects groups ¨ Directed to natural language ¨ Designed to work with files (each text object must be presented as a different file)

ESCOOP ¨ ¨ Handle log files derived from group activity Clean and cut ü ESCOOP ¨ ¨ Handle log files derived from group activity Clean and cut ü remove stop words ü spell checking ü remove names of senders ¨ Uses Eurekha for clustering ¨ Handle voting process

Conclusions u Formative evaluation plays an important role to get distance students motivated because Conclusions u Formative evaluation plays an important role to get distance students motivated because they feel a sense of not being lost in space u Just the opposite, they feel that being closely monitored and having their opinions being asked often is more like having a personal tutor that pay attention on way they do and what they say.

Conclusions u This kind of attention provided by the system helps to minimize solitude Conclusions u This kind of attention provided by the system helps to minimize solitude that sometimes is referred as main desisting factor from students in distance education programs

Conclusions ¨ Cognitive development improved ü development of better selfexpression ü help student to Conclusions ¨ Cognitive development improved ü development of better selfexpression ü help student to learn about how to work collaboratively ü stimulate problem solving critical thinking and collaborative analysis ü learning through reflexive discussions

Results ¨ colaboration valued/considered ¨ better follow up from teacher ¨ contributions more homogeneous Results ¨ colaboration valued/considered ¨ better follow up from teacher ¨ contributions more homogeneous ¨ secundary results ü writing skills improved ü more reflexive thinking about what is being presented

More details / Contacts u Marlise Geller marlise@ulbra. tche. br u Liane Tarouco liane@penta. More details / Contacts u Marlise Geller [email protected] tche. br u Liane Tarouco [email protected] ufrgs. br