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22nd International Conference on Learning 2015 Theme: What Counts as Learning? Big Data, Little Data, Evidence & Assessment

Enviado por Eva ALOS MELCHOR hace 4 años 11 meses

De Jueves 9 Julio 2015 hasta Sábado 11 Julio 2015
Madrid
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The “digital revolution” is changing the ways in which students do their work, and also the ways in which teachers source curriculum content and plan learning activities. They also transform the sources of data that provide evidence of student learning. The fields of educational data mining and learning analytics offer perspectives on an important and newly emerging area of innovation in the learning sciences. As students undertake more of their learning in computer-mediated environments, an evolving cluster of technologies and associated pedagogical processes offer great promise to provide solutions to some longstanding practical challenges in the field of education. The larger potential of continuous formative and progress assessment based on many small datapoints is to make redundant summative assessment in its traditional forms, or at least to supplement traditional summative assessments in a way that compensates for their intrinsic limitations.

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Tipo de evento: 
Congreso
Precio de la inscripción: 
Fecha límite para la inscripción: 
06/07/2015
Evento en Internet: 
No
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Email: support(at)thelearner.com
Cantidad de asistentes: 
> 200
Grupo objetivo: 
Profesores, estudiantes, investigadores de andragogía
Redes y organizaciones dedicadas al aprendizaje de adultos
Proyectos y asociaciones
Autoridades políticas
Profesionales de medios
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Propósitos y objetivos: 
Conference Registration Benefits: attendance at all conference sessions and presentations, including plenary addresses and parallel sessions (thematic sessions; workshops; poster and roundtable sessions; colloquia); lunch and coffee breaks on the days of the conference; attendance at Welcome Reception and Book Launches (when included in conference events); presentation of scholarly or practice-grounded work (based on accepted proposal) in a parallel session (excluding Non-Presenter); citation and Summary of work in printed conference program, and complete abstract included in the online Post-Conference Program (excluding Non-Presenter).
Resultados de aprendizaje esperados: 
The “digital revolution” is changing the ways in which students do their work, and also the ways in which teachers source curriculum content and plan learning activities. They also transform the sources of data that provide evidence of student learning. The fields of educational data mining and learning analytics offer perspectives on an important and newly emerging area of innovation in the learning sciences. As students undertake more of their learning in computer-mediated environments, an evolving cluster of technologies and associated pedagogical processes offer great promise to provide solutions to some longstanding practical challenges in the field of education. The larger potential of continuous formative and progress assessment based on many small datapoints is to make redundant summative assessment in its traditional forms, or at least to supplement traditional summative assessments in a way that compensates for their intrinsic limitations.
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