Measuring and Visualizing Learning in the Information-Rich Classroom, Fultz, David M., 9781138021136


Contents Preface Introduction Section 1: Concepts and Research 1. Infrastructures for Improving Learning in Information-Rich Classrooms Jeremy Roschelle and Andrew Krumm 2. Influencing Cognitive Density and Enhancing Classroom Orchestration Carmen Biel, Gabriele Ciernak, Matthew D. Johnson, Susan Bull, and Friedrich W. Hesse 3. The Promise and Potential of e-assessment for Learning Eric Ras, Denise Whitelock, and Marco Kalz 4. Learning Analytics. How can Data be Used to Improve Learning Practice? Abelardo Pardo and Shane Dawson 5. Data Literacy and Use for Teaching Barbara Wasson and Cecilie Hansen 6. Teacher Inquiry into Students’ Learning: Researching Pedagogical Innovations Rosemary Luckin, Cecile Hansen, Barbara Wasson, Wilma Clark, Katerina Avramides, Jade Hunter, and Martin Oliver 7. Designing Authentic Assessments in Higher Education Peter Reimann and Maryam Khosronejad Section 2: Methods for Measuring Learning 8. Competence-based Knowledge Space Theory: Options for the 21st Century Classroom Michael D. Kickmeier-Rust and Dietrich Albert 9. Repertory Grids for Formative Assessment: Concept, Method, Tool and Findings Ravi Vatrapu 10. Tracking and Assessing Students’ Learning Strategies in Model-based Learning Environments Lina Markauskaite and Michael Jacobson 11. Formative Assessment of Computer-supported Collaborative Learning and Knowledge Building Jan van Aalst, Jin Mu, and Yuqin Yang 12. Integrating and Visualising Diagnostic Information for the Benefit of Learning Susan Bull, Matthew D. Johnson, Drew Masci, and Carmen Biel Section 3: Technology 13. Planning for Integration: A Meta-Modelling Approach using ADOxx Wilfrid Utz, Robert Woitsch, and Zbigniew Misiak 14. Competence diagnostics, activity tracking, and evidence-based visual feedback: Visions vs. school realities Michael Kickmeier-Rust, Klaus Hammermuller, Kolja Debus, Gerhilde Meissl-Egghart, and Carmen Biel 15. Storing and sharing student learning data with e-portfolios Fabrizio Giorgini and Roland Unterberger 16. Designing for Visualisation of Formative Information on Learning Matthew D. Johnson and Susan Bull

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