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Rethinking learning design for learning technologies: formalized vision to operationalize pattern-based scenarios

Abstract : The operationalization of learning scenarios on learning management systems (LMS) is more than a technology related question. Different research issues around instructional design are to be address ed in order to provide pedagogical expressiveness of the different elements within a learning scenario, while it respects sufficiently the structure to describe it. In this work, we examine existing pattern based approaches for learning design, and we provide a pattern's formalism for learning designs that enables their deployment automatically on the chosen LMS. We have adopted a methodology elaborated on the basis of a case study on which we have executed a process of learning scenario's operationalization. One of the results was to prove the usefulness of a pattern's formalism to design learning scenarios. We have considered the structural, constraints and content aspects of a learning scenario from both human and computational point of view. The formalis m described in this paper is part of a process based on ontologies and semantic web principles, offering a support for teachers designers to produce deployable learning scenarios without having to master the target platforms.
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Zeyneb Tadjine, Lahcen Oubahssi, Claudine Piau-Toffolon, Sébastien Iksal. Rethinking learning design for learning technologies: formalized vision to operationalize pattern-based scenarios. The 16th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT 16),, 2016, Austin, Texas, United States. pp.57-61. ⟨hal-01433174⟩

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