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Introduction to Learning Analytics for High School Teachers and Managers

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Presentation at the first Learning Analytics Learning Network (LALN) Event in Adelaide, Australia on Oct 22, 2019.

Abstract:
With the increased adoption of technology, institutions have unprecedented opportunities to continuously improve the quality of their services through data collection and analysis. Schools and universities now have data about learners and their contexts that can provide valuable insight into how they learn. Early attempts were directed towards mining educational data to identify students-at-risk and develop interventions. Recently, more sophisticated approaches are being deployed by researchers and practitioners. These include analysis of learner behaviour that leads to various learning outcomes, social networks and teams, employability, creativity, and critical thinking. Analysing digital traces generated through learning processes requires a broad suite of methods from data science, statistics, psychometrics, social and learning sciences.

This workshop aims to introduce teachers and educators to the fast growing and promising field of learning analytics. How digital data can be used for the analysis and improvement of student learning will be explored. First, we will provide an overview of learning analytics, its key methods and approaches, as well as problems for which it can be used. Secondly, attendees will engage in group learning activities to explore ways in which learning analytics could be used within their institutions. The focus will be on identifying learning-related challenges that are relevant to their particular context and exploring how learning analytics can be used to practically and effectively.

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Introduction to Learning Analytics for High School Teachers and Managers

  1. 1. Introduction to Learning Analytics
  2. 2. Centre for Change and Complexity in Learning (C3L)
  3. 3. • • • • • • • • • • • A little bit about us
  4. 4. • • • • • • • • A little bit about us
  5. 5. How Learning Analytics Started?
  6. 6. How to extract value from big data sets?
  7. 7. How to extract value from big data sets? • •
  8. 8. • • • • • • • Education is no different
  9. 9. The first LAK conference in Banff, Canada (-40 degrees) The start of the community led by George Siemens (now at UniSA) 2011 The First Handbook of LA2017 How LA started
  10. 10. Learning analytics as a solution
  11. 11. Learning analytics pipeline
  12. 12. • • • • • • • Opportunities for learning analytics
  13. 13. Key Elements of Learning Analytics
  14. 14. Adoption of theory Contribute to theory Design Theory Data Science Collection Measurement Analysis Reporting Interaction & Visualization Learning Study Consolidated model of learning analytics
  15. 15. Adoption of theory Contribute to theory Design Theory Data Science Collection Measurement Analysis Reporting Interaction & Visualization Learning Study Consolidated model of learning analytics
  16. 16. Data we collect
  17. 17. Evidence of learning?
  18. 18. Measures must be meaningful
  19. 19. Adoption of theory Contribute to theory Design Theory Data Science Collection Measurement Analysis Reporting Interaction & Visualization Learning Study Consolidated model of learning analytics
  20. 20. • • • Design in learning analytics
  21. 21. (Goodyear and Carvalho, 2014) Designing for learning
  22. 22. Educational Data Mining vs Learning Analytics
  23. 23. Adoption of theory Contribute to theory Design Theory Data Science Collection Measurement Analysis Reporting Interaction & Visualization Learning Study Consolidated model of learning analytics
  24. 24. 01 02 03 Just about everything! Learning analytics & educational theory?
  25. 25. Theory matters…
  26. 26. Example Learning Analytics Platforms
  27. 27. UniSA teaching dashboard 7
  28. 28. Early hype: Course Signals
  29. 29. • • Heat Map of online presence 9
  30. 30. Feedback provision: On-task www.ontasklearning.org 0
  31. 31. Feedback provision: On-task www.ontasklearning.org
  32. 32. Learning Analytics Adoption
  33. 33. All you do is put it together
  34. 34. Dimensions of LA Adoption
  35. 35. Sophistication model
  36. 36. Sophistication model
  37. 37. Learning analytics adoption research
  38. 38. • • • • • Interests – senior managers
  39. 39. • • • • Concerns – senior managers
  40. 40. • • • • Interests – teaching staff
  41. 41. • • • • • • Concerns– teaching staff
  42. 42. • • • • • Interests – students
  43. 43. • • • • • • Concerns– students
  44. 44. Expert opinion on LA policy
  45. 45. • • • • • • • Expert opinions on LA policy development
  46. 46. ROMA approach for policy development
  47. 47. SHEILA framework
  48. 48. SHEILA framework
  49. 49. • • • Map political context
  50. 50. SHEILA framework
  51. 51. • • • • • • Identify key stakeholders
  52. 52. SHEILA framework
  53. 53. • • • • • • • Identify desired behavior changes
  54. 54. SHEILA framework
  55. 55. • • • • • • • • • • Develop engagement strategy
  56. 56. SHEILA framework
  57. 57. • • • • • • • • • • Analyse internal capacity to effect change
  58. 58. SHEILA framework
  59. 59. • • • • Establish monitoring & learning frameworks
  60. 60. • • • • • • • Key LA adoption challenges
  61. 61. Thank You!
  62. 62. Q/A

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