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Özlem Duran Ataalp

2 important people in the field of learning sciences - 5 views

Hi everyone!!! I'd like to share information about Jean Piaget and Janet L. Kolodner, whom I find quite important in the field of learning sciences. Everyone who studied teaching should be quite fa...

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nehirkv

Case-Case reasoning - 0 views

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    This video mentioned about a film noir murder mystery. Gadget solved this crime with case-case reasoning :)
canannn

Presentation on Case-Case Reasoning - 0 views

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    An introduction to case-case reasoning with the presentation, it includes examples. The author actually had many publications on case-case reasoning and workflow, I dont know what that is:)
E.Yasin Çiftçi

Reinventing a Public High School with Problem-Based Learning - 2 views

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    Sammamish High School in the US decided to change from traditional teaching to an entirely problem-based curriculum. Since Kolodner et al. (2009) married based-based Reasoning to Problem-based Learning, I thought it would be useful to see PBL in practice.
Hatice Çilsalar

Case-Case Reasoning: Foundational Issues, Methodological Variations, and System Approaches - 0 views

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    A nice reading for cased-case reasoning. The rest of this paper is structured as follows: The next section gives a brief historical overview of the CBR field. This is followed by a grouping of CBR methods into a set of characteristic types, and a presentation of the descriptive framework which will be used throughout the paper to discuss CBR methods.
Aysegul Solar

case case reasoning in murder :dexter - 0 views

shared by Aysegul Solar on 26 Nov 13 - No Cached
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    Dexter is he using case case reasoning? :)
özge dışbudak

Case Case learning - 1 views

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    Application of cased case learning in a class.
Mine Önal

Learning Theories - 1 views

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    There are many theories in this page that we should be interested in in this page as learning sciences students. An example of two groundbreaking research results in learning sciences is (1) Entwistle's Phenomenography theory This conceptual framework focuses on the experience of learning from the student's perspective and is based upon a phenomenological approach to research. Entwistle explains: "Our task is thus to describe more clearly how learning takes place in higher education and to point out how teaching and assessment affect the quality of learning. From these descriptions teachers should be able to draw their own lessons about how to facilitate their students' learning" (Marton, Hounsell & Entwistle, 1984, p.1). (2) Festinger's Cognitive Dissonance Theory According to cognitive dissonance theory, there is a tendency for individuals to seek consistency among their cognitions (i.e., beliefs, opinions). When there is an inconsistency between attitudes or behaviors (dissonance), something must change to eliminate the dissonance. In the based of a discrepancy between attitudes and behavior, it is most likely that the attitude will change to accommodate the behavior.
Burcu Korkusuz

Learning by Design from Theory to Practice - 1 views

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    The paper explains Learning by Design based on the guidelines based-based reasoning and problem-based learning with many implications to pedagogical tools and practices.
canannn

a summarizing illistration - 0 views

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    This is an illustration depicting the case-case reasoning cycle. The loops are shown as Kolodner states, starting with the choice of choosing a case.
Özlem Tantu

Case study: Teaching transferable skills through online peer collaboration and assessment - 0 views

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    This video includes a case study from Biology department of Bristol University. Re-development of a compulsory second year unit "Science and Success: Writing, Speaking and Communicating Science" switched from a paper-case to an online system. All aspects including submissions, peer collaboration, feedback, and marking happen online, using Blackboard. Feedback data is downloaded from Blackboard into Excel, where it is manipulated and turned into feedback packages for students. The results yeals a great positive impact of online collaboration on students.
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    Thank you Özlem. This video is a good example of integration of CSCL to a course.
Ceren Korkmaz

Learning by Design - Kids Build - 0 views

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    In this video kids build their designs and exhibit them, hence their parents could see what their children do, how they learn etc.
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    In that video, there is a project called Kids Build. Children built cities based on given maps of Boston. They construct the city environment by different materials. Although, it seems really fun, I did not understand what teachers target to teach students? Is it for only creativity? Since children are not so grown up, concrete thinking was targeted I think. Still, what was the "content" is still blur for me. edit: Opps, duplicate :).
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    Here's a previously-shared example of learning by design by "Kids Build!" project. I think just getting the hands of the kids dirty is an outcome by itself. Although they do not possess abstract thinking skills at such a young age, I still think these are the ages when an interest sparks in the child, which could then turn into a passion.
canannn

Article by Kolodner - 1 views

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    The article is on the integration of case-case reasoning to problem-case learning, it is an example to a merging of them. Examples of science instruction can be found and CBR in detail is explained by Kolodner and her colleagues.
anonymous

Design based research conference - 0 views

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    This is the webpage from the design based research conference 2012. You can find there some good ideas. You also can download the presentations and work-shop descriptions
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    I didn't know about this event. Hope they organize the next one. We can check some of the cases in class. I am particularly interested in how DBR is used in teacher education research context.
Ceren Korkmaz

Renaissance Academy students learn how to apply sciences at Purdue - 1 views

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    Purdue Polytechnic involves the Renaissance Academy Students to build a remote-controlled helicopter. Great example of learning by design :)
Sinem Hizli Alkan

Is China trying to emulate Finland? - 9 views

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    it seems that we will try to go to some Chinese Universities in ten years time, instead of Europe or States.
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    The scandinavian pioneering role in school reforms has a long tradition. It is not only the comprehensive-school-system which makes Finnland a top-performer. Many countries are trying to emulate Finland and more equal opportunities in education can be a good progress. But why is Finnland a top-performer? In my opinion it could be PISA which is responsible for the comparison of school systems. PISA is criticized by many researchers, so first we have to scrutinize whether Finland can be a prototype.
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    According to the latest scores of PISA, it seems like we all start to search how China and South Corea is doing in their education systems. As for the question why Finland is a top-performer, there are several aspects to explain it. I think, initially, teacher education comes first and equality and equity in education follow this. Therefore they show up as top thanks to PISA. Their school tradition, history of both economics and education, population and mentality of learning could be obstacles to make it as a prototype and compare with some countries.
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    My aim was not to call Finland as a top-performer into question. I want to criticize PISA and their purposes. For example the test-structure are determining the results, so if sth. would be changed, another country will be the top-performer. I found an interesting critique: http://www.univie.ac.at/pisaaccordingtopisa/pisazufolgepisa.pdf But maybe I failed the original topic, because that article doesn't discuss PISA.
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    We had the same conversation here with my colleagues from Belgium and Netherlands the outcomes that PISA is measuring. It is after all measuring certain outcomes that OECD wants to measure. We also have to be careful in taking Finland as a model and such comparative approach just like mentioned in a series of reports that Christian shared.
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    PISA is a big goal for policy makers. They want to success even they don't believe, because it makes country popular as seen above:) We have to focus on real indicators like development... And here is an infographic about Finland's educational system: http://slowrobot.com/i/43651#
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    In my oppinion, we couldnot seek the other countries' educational systems, at the begining of possible educational reform process. Before this, students profile and the reasons behind the problems have to be analysed; such as economic and social problems, teacher's competencies, subject matter, schools' physical equipments, etc. As I mentioned, before analysing other countries systems, we have to analyse our educational systems indetail and clearly. From that point, solutions can be seeked and useful after determination fo the problems..
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    Now I understand your point, Christian. Thanks for sharing that pdf, I think that is related with the article since it discusses the whole structure of PISA which is showed as a scale. And for sure,that might happen that another country would be top according to another kind of testing but still there is a hard fact about Finland and their school culture. I have seen that infographic before but I feel the need to correct some issues there according to my stay in Finland. For instance, it says that there are no seperate classrooms for accelerated learning or special education but there are many of them. As for homeworks, this saying of having rarely homework is not actually reflecting the reality. They do have homeworks but the definiton of it might cause misunderstandings;)
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    Thank you Sinem for correcting the infographic's assumptions. I would like to hear more about your experiences in Finland.
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    In my opinion education policy of the countries do not be planned based on the students' academic achievement. Real achievement of an education system could be observed as individuals' adaptation to life. For example the main vision of the elementary science curriculum defined by Ministry of National Education of Turkey [MONE] (2005) is that regardless of the individual differences of students, they are educated to become scientifically literate, the uniqueness nature of the learner; background and culture of the learners and motivation of the learners were taken into consideration in the development of the curriculum (MONE, 2005), but putting those in the practice is very difficult.
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    Also, as mentioned in the text "… those results come at the cost of one of the highest levels of student anxiety in the world." Anxiety is very important and big research area in educational psychology also the news in the link http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2010-04/10/content_9710997.htm exemplifies its importance in Chinese case.
afranur

The Supportive Multi-User Integrated Learning Environment - 0 views

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    To read more about SMILE software which enables to benefit from case-case reasoning
Hatice Çilsalar

ICCBR 2013 - 1 views

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    International Conference on Case-Case Reasoning website. You can check proceedings.
sermin vardal ocakli

Why Design-Based Research is both important and difficult? - 0 views

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    This is an article by Chris Dede (Harvard Graduate School of Education August, 2004). It focuses on the importance and difficulties of DBR. You can get help from this article, while trying to answer the questions on LMS.
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    DBR advocates appropriately respond to concerns from conservative research methodologists with metaphors reminiscent of the apocryphal story of the drunk looking for his lost keys under the streetlight where he can see, rather than in the dark alley where they were dropped:)
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    Again from the article: "Innovators fascinated by a particular type of design approach (such as wireless mobile devices as a means of ubiquitous access to information) often start with a predetermined "solution" and seek educational problems to which it can be applied (to a person with a hammer, everything looks like a nail), a dubious basis for DBR":)
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    There was a case in one of the articles, the researchers were asked to provide an example of their research findings which helped them to solve a problem in practice and they were silent. It is a really good example of the gap between research and practice.When I think that research findings will not help to solve problems in the field, I start to question the things I am doing because being a part of the solution, not the problem" was the starting point of my academic life...
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    I really like the idea offered by DBR that is against the highly controlled laboratory settings are settings that research settings resembling that. But I still can not grasp how multi number of variables can healthly or in a valid sense can be studied all together in DBR. Maybe the local issue gains importance at this point.
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