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Event Details
9 Jul
2015

Twenty-second International Conference on Learning

Spain
Madrid
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Special Focus for 2015: What Counts as Learning? Big Data, Little Data, Evidence and Assessment

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.

Some of the topics we want to address are digitally-mediated learning in the areas of:• Formative assessment• Continuous assessment• Criterion-referenced (versus norm-referenced) assessment.• Intelligent tutors• Educational data mining• Learning analytics• Dashboards and mashups

 

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Event Details
Status
As planned
Arrangementstype
Conference
Organiser name
The Learner
Registration URL
kontaktdetaljer
Email: support(at)thelearner.com
Antall delegater
> 200
Målgruppe
Academics, students, researchers in andragogy
Felnőttkori tanulási hálózatok és szervezetek
Projects & partnerships
Policy makers
Mål og målsetninger
Participation in the conference includes all the benefits of a membership in the knowledge community. Attending the conference allows you to present your ideas, network with colleagues, discuss issues affecting research and practice within the community, and make suggestions for future conference themes, locales, or directions. Other methods of participation in the knowledge community include participating in peer review, publishing in related journals or book series, and contributing to the community newsletter.
Forventet læringsutbytte
Conference registration includes the following: attendance at plenary presentations and conference sessions; all lunches, coffee breaks, and reception; printed program and other conference materials. Conference registration also includes community membership from the time of registration until one year after the conference, including one year subscription to journal; receipt of online newsletters and other community news; opportunity to submit your conference paper for peer review and possible publication in the journal; and free access to Scholar. This applies to discounted rates, as well (early registration, student registration, other special discounts).
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