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Multi-Perspective Concept Mapping in a Digital Integrated Learning Environment: Promote Active Learning Through Shared Perspectives

Multi-Perspective Concept Mapping in a Digital Integrated Learning Environment: Promote Active Learning Through Shared Perspectives
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Author(s): Walter Nuninger (Université de Lille 1, France), Claudia Picardi (Università di Torino, Italy), Annamaria Goy (Università di Torino, Italy) and Giovanna Petrone (Università di Torino, Italy)
Copyright: 2019
Pages: 31
Source title: Educational Technology and the New World of Persistent Learning
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Liston W. Bailey (University of Phoenix, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-6361-7.ch007

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Abstract

Improving higher education requires a pedagogical transformation of the trainers but also of the learners committed in their learning activities. In the framework of distance learning and WIL, learner-centered pedagogical approaches are useful. Thus, the Conceptual Map Project (CMP) is proposed with the support of Perspec-Map, a software aimed at strengthening the knowledge acquisition in automatic control of the audience in WIL. Perspec-Map is a web application promoting reflexive learning based on the sharing of users' point of view, thanks to multi-perspectives. It is an additional support for collaboration and blended-course momentum, changing the behavior of all the parties involved. On the basis of an evaluation with users, several improvements are envisioned: easier map design; management of the trainer-perspective for an improved reference map enriched by the peer reviews; availability of a digitally assisted trainer dashboard for map quality assessment, skills recognition, and facilitated guidance. These last issues demand an ethics and learning analytics.

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