«Supporting teachers with community, desing and learning analytics»

Date

10-05-2019

Speaker

Davinia Hernández-Leo 

Abstract

I will present an overview of the educational technologies research conducted by the TIDE research group of the Information and Communication Technologies Department at Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona (http://www.upf.edu/web/tide @TIDE_UPF). The overview will be articulated around the perspective of supporting teachers and teacher communities (e.g., a school) in the design of the best possible (technology-enhanced) learning activities considering their students and their contexts. Main contributions that will be presented include a community platform for integrated learning design (ILDE), including multiple authoring tools (e.g. PyramidApp for collaborative learning, edCrumble for blended learning) and the use of data analytics at different levels (learning, design, community) to support community awareness and teacher reflection when designing for learning. The presentation will include results of several research projects (METIS, CoT, MdM-EDS, RESET, SmartLET, Illuminated). 

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Author's Biography

Davinia Hernández-Leo 

 

Davinia Hernández-Leo is associate professor and Serra Húnter Fellow at the Department of Information and Communications Technologies Department (DTIC) at UPF, the coordinator of the Interactive and Distributed Technologies for Education group (TIDE), vice-dean of the UPF Engineering School and the head of its Unit for Teaching Quality and Innovation. She obtained a degree and a Ph.D on Telecommunication Engineering at University of Valladolid, Spain, and has been visiting researcher at Open University of the Netherlands, Fulbright Scholar at Virginia Tech and visiting academic at the University of Sydney. Her has (co-)authored over 100 scientific publications and received several awards, including best paper awards and the European award for excellence in the field of CSCL technology. Currently, she is the vice-president of the European Association for Technology-Enhanced Learning, a member of the editorial board of the IEEE Transactions of Learning Technologies and the Steering Committee of the European Conference on Technology-Enhanced Learning.es

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