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Dynamic Learning Maps:mapping curricula, skills and career pathsSimon Cotterill, Alison Williams, John Peterson, Steve Jug...
Background• UTLSEC Innovations Fund project 2011/12• Evaluating Dynamic Learning Maps in Geography• Builds on the JISC fun...
Aims• To further embed reflection and personal development  planning in the curriculum.• Helping students to be better inf...
Summary of Learning Maps                             Personal Learning                             Personalised, sharing ,...
Demonstration
Initial interfaces & user preferences                   Text-based interface                       Mind-map style interfac...
Mapping Specialties, Skills & Careers• Geography specialties / sub-specialties  – Map to modules• Graduate Skills Framewor...
Mapping WorkLinked in SAP and MOFs data into Curriculum maps
Search
External Resources Linked to topics + Search
Evaluation• January 2012  – Evaluation with Stage 2 students (n=121)• February 2012  – Evaluation with Stage 3 students (n...
Formative Evaluation        Geography Year 3      Initial response to closed questionsafter a 10 minute overview and demo ...
Stage 2:Stage 3:
The map will help me better understand      the Geography curriculum1.   Strongly Agree                                   ...
It looks easy to use1.   Strongly Agree                                                      32%      32%2.   Agree       ...
The map would benefit my learning1.   Strongly Agree                                                              36%2.   ...
It is useful to see connections         between different modules1.   Strongly Agree                                      ...
The maps would have helped me with       my module selection1.   Strongly Agree2.   Agree               83%               ...
Having the map will be useful forreviewing and reflecting on my learning1.   Strongly Agree2.   Agree               53%   ...
I would find it useful to add personal   notes and reflections to the map1.   Strongly Agree                              ...
It is useful having Skills             linked into the maps1.   Strongly Agree                                            ...
It is useful having Careers             linked into the maps1.   Strongly Agree                           45%2.   Agree   ...
Having the map will be useful for                 Revision1.   Strongly Agree                                            3...
I frequently supplement my learning  with external resources on the web1.   Strongly Agree                                ...
How often would you envisage using    the map (once complete) ?1.   daily                        50%2.   weekly           ...
ConclusionsInitial student reaction was positive:•   Useful to see connections between modules:     – Stage 2: 76% Stage 3...
Further Information• http://learning-maps.ncl.ac.uk• Simon.Cotterill@ncl.ac.uk
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Presentation including overview of a project to evaluate use of Dynamic Learning Maps in Geography at Newcastle University. Excludes the live demonstration but does include early formative evaluation.

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Dynamic Learning Maps: Geography Curriculum, skills and careers

  1. 1. Dynamic Learning Maps:mapping curricula, skills and career pathsSimon Cotterill, Alison Williams, John Peterson, Steve Juggins, Steve Ball,Ailsa McLeod, Tony McDonald, Gordon Skelly, Alex Jeffrey, David Fairbairn,http://learning-maps.ncl.ac.uk
  2. 2. Background• UTLSEC Innovations Fund project 2011/12• Evaluating Dynamic Learning Maps in Geography• Builds on the JISC funded ‘Dynamic Learning Maps’ project – Evaluated in Medicine, Psychology & Speech Therapy – Curriculum Maps – Personal learning (links to ePortfolio)
  3. 3. Aims• To further embed reflection and personal development planning in the curriculum.• Helping students to be better informed about module selection – clearly showing pre-requisites / requirements, and potential career paths.• Improving ‘cross-modular’ learning and teaching of research methods and techniques across the curriculum.• Evaluate and disseminate use and applicability of DLM in non-health related contexts.
  4. 4. Summary of Learning Maps Personal Learning Personalised, sharing , reflective notes and evidencing outcomesCurriculum MapsOverview , Priorlearning, Current Linking Learning& Future learning Resources Add links to resources Rate and add Skills and Careers comments Browse skills and career paths Make links between curriculum and skill and careers
  5. 5. Demonstration
  6. 6. Initial interfaces & user preferences Text-based interface Mind-map style interface Forthcoming focus groups: explore options e.g. colour coding terminology e.g. ‘nodes’ or topics
  7. 7. Mapping Specialties, Skills & Careers• Geography specialties / sub-specialties – Map to modules• Graduate Skills Framework• Careers – Map to skills, specialties & modules
  8. 8. Mapping WorkLinked in SAP and MOFs data into Curriculum maps
  9. 9. Search
  10. 10. External Resources Linked to topics + Search
  11. 11. Evaluation• January 2012 – Evaluation with Stage 2 students (n=121)• February 2012 – Evaluation with Stage 3 students (n=81)• May 2012 – Presentation to BOS / staff evaluation (planned)• Focus Groups / qualitative
  12. 12. Formative Evaluation Geography Year 3 Initial response to closed questionsafter a 10 minute overview and demo of DLM 7th February 2012 81 Respondents http://learning-maps.ncl.ac.uk
  13. 13. Stage 2:Stage 3:
  14. 14. The map will help me better understand the Geography curriculum1. Strongly Agree 57%2. Agree 90%3. Somewhat Agree4. Neutral 25%5. Somewhat Disagree 9% 8%6. Disagree 0% 2% 0%7. Strongly Disagree ee e al e ee ee ee re e r gr gr gr r r ut Ag Ag Ag i sa isa sa Ne t Di ly tD D ha ng ly ew ha ro ng ew m St ro So m St So
  15. 15. It looks easy to use1. Strongly Agree 32% 32%2. Agree 76%3. Somewhat Agree 18%4. Neutral 12%5. Somewhat Disagree6. Disagree 4% 2% 0%7. Strongly Disagree ee e al e ee ee ee re e r gr gr gr r r ut Ag Ag Ag i sa isa sa Ne t Di ly tD D ha ng ly ew ha ro ng ew m St ro So m St So
  16. 16. The map would benefit my learning1. Strongly Agree 36%2. Agree 62%3. Somewhat Agree 28% 22%4. Neutral5. Somewhat Disagree 10%6. Disagree 4% 0% 0%7. Strongly Disagree ee e al e ee ee ee re e r gr gr gr r r ut Ag Ag Ag i sa isa sa Ne t Di ly tD D ha ng ly ew ha ro ng ew m St ro So m St So
  17. 17. It is useful to see connections between different modules1. Strongly Agree 46%2. Agree 94%3. Somewhat Agree 26%4. Neutral 22%5. Somewhat Disagree6. Disagree 4% 0% 0% 2%7. Strongly Disagree ee e al e ee ee ee re e r gr gr gr r r ut Ag Ag Ag i sa isa sa Ne t Di ly tD D ha ng ly ew ha ro ng ew m St ro So m St So
  18. 18. The maps would have helped me with my module selection1. Strongly Agree2. Agree 83% 29% 31%3. Somewhat Agree 23%4. Neutral5. Somewhat Disagree 6% 6% 6%6. Disagree 0%7. Strongly Disagree ee e al e ee ee ee re e r gr gr gr r r ut Ag Ag Ag i sa isa sa Ne t Di ly tD D ha ng ly ew ha ro ng ew m St ro So m St So
  19. 19. Having the map will be useful forreviewing and reflecting on my learning1. Strongly Agree2. Agree 53% 31% 29%3. Somewhat Agree4. Neutral 18% 14%5. Somewhat Disagree6. Disagree 4% 4% 0%7. Strongly Disagree ee e al e ee ee ee re e r gr gr gr r r ut Ag Ag Ag i sa isa sa Ne t Di ly tD D ha ng ly ew ha ro ng ew m St ro So m St So
  20. 20. I would find it useful to add personal notes and reflections to the map1. Strongly Agree 27%2. Agree 52% 25% 25%3. Somewhat Agree4. Neutral 10%5. Somewhat Disagree 8%6. Disagree 2% 2%7. Strongly Disagree ee e al e ee ee ee re e r gr gr gr r r ut Ag Ag Ag i sa isa sa Ne t Di ly tD D ha ng ly ew ha ro ng ew m St ro So m St So
  21. 21. It is useful having Skills linked into the maps1. Strongly Agree 46%2. Agree 80%3. Somewhat Agree4. Neutral 20%5. Somewhat Disagree 14% 12%6. Disagree 4% 2% 2%7. Strongly Disagree ee e al e ee ee ee re e r gr gr gr r r ut Ag Ag Ag i sa isa sa Ne t Di ly tD D ha ng ly ew ha ro ng ew m St ro So m St So
  22. 22. It is useful having Careers linked into the maps1. Strongly Agree 45%2. Agree 92% 33%3. Somewhat Agree4. Neutral 14%5. Somewhat Disagree6. Disagree 2% 0% 4% 2%7. Strongly Disagree ee e al e ee ee ee re e r gr gr gr r r ut Ag Ag Ag i sa isa sa Ne t Di ly tD D ha ng ly ew ha ro ng ew m St ro So m St So
  23. 23. Having the map will be useful for Revision1. Strongly Agree 30%2. Agree 52% 26%3. Somewhat Agree 16%4. Neutral 12% 10%5. Somewhat Disagree 4%6. Disagree 2%7. Strongly Disagree ee e al e ee ee ee re e r gr gr gr r r ut Ag Ag Ag i sa isa sa Ne t Di ly tD D ha ng ly ew ha ro ng ew m St ro So m St So
  24. 24. I frequently supplement my learning with external resources on the web1. Strongly Agree 37%2. Agree 84% 35%3. Somewhat Agree4. Neutral5. Somewhat Disagree 12% 8% 6%6. Disagree 2% 2%7. Strongly Disagree ee e al e ee ee ee re e r gr gr gr r r ut Ag Ag Ag i sa isa sa Ne t Di ly tD D ha ng ly ew ha ro ng ew m St ro So m St So
  25. 25. How often would you envisage using the map (once complete) ?1. daily 50%2. weekly 40%3. monthly4. never 8% 2% ily ly r ly ve th k da ee ne on w m
  26. 26. ConclusionsInitial student reaction was positive:• Useful to see connections between modules: – Stage 2: 76% Stage 3: 94%• Could help with module selection: – Stage 2: 74% Stage 3: 83%• Useful to embed Skills: – Stage 2: 64% Stage 3: 80%• Useful to embed Careers: – Stage 2: 81% Stage 3: 92%• Not as interested in use for reflection: – Stage 3 52% Stage 3 53% – Would need a clear purpose (students don’t currently use ePortfolio)• Limitations of results: needs further evaluation and full piolet
  27. 27. Further Information• http://learning-maps.ncl.ac.uk• Simon.Cotterill@ncl.ac.uk

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