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Workshop Schedule: Building bridges between the educational and the EDM communities

July 2nd workshop: Building bridges between the educational and the EDM communities

Where? UQAM, Pavillon Sherbrooke. 200 Sherbrooke West, Montreal, QC, H2X 3P2.

8:45 to 8:55_Welcoming of participants

8:55 to 9:35_Report from the field: the stories of two different learning analytics platforms (Sameer Bhatnagar)

9:35 to 9:55_Enhancing a Web-based Language Tutoring System with Learning Analytics (Björn Rudzewitz, Ramon Ziai, Florian Nuxoll, Kordula De Kuthy & Detmar Meurers) PDF

9:55 to 10:15_Analyzing Student Performance with Personalized Study Path and Learning Trouble Ratio (James Shing Chun Yip & Raymond Chi-Wing Wong) PDF

10:15 to 10:40_Coffee break

10:40 to 11:00_Differentiating between Educational Data Mining and Learning Analytics: A Bibliometric Approach(Stevens Dormezil, Taghi Khoshgoftaar & Federica Robinson-Bryant) PDF

11:00 to 11:20_Student Behavioral Embeddings and Their Relationship to Outcomes in a Collaborative Online Course (Renzhe Yu, Zachary Pardos & John Scott) PDF

11:20 to 12:00_Round table: Building bridges between the educational and the EDM communities (SameerBhatnagar, Guillaume Loignon & Zachary Pardos)

12:00_Lunch

Call for papers: ADMÉE 2019

Assessment and Learning: Which Combinations?

Details and submission forms:
www.admee2019.ca

Deadline : May 26, 2019

The study session is for researchersstudentspractitioners and professionals from various testing and assessment backgrounds and from various fields (educationhealthscience and engineeringhumanities and social sciencesarts, etc.)

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New publication: Accountability Policies in Education

This book addresses current changes of education policies in a context of globalisation. It does so by focusing on the implementation of performance-based accountability policies in France and in Quebec (Canada). It questions the trajectory of these policies, their mediations and their instrumentation in various territories and schools through a theoretical framework which combines a North American neo-institutionalist approach with the perspective of the French sociologie de l’action publique. The book extends the current international literature on Englishspeaking experiences of hard accountability to research on “soft” accountability policies and proposes a deep investigation in two highly contrasted education systems. This investigation is multilevel and has led to field research both in schools, in intermediate authorities, and in central administrations for three years. The research presented in the book addresses the international literature on accountability in public administration and in education, the current transformations of governance in education, as well as the forms taken by the globalisation of education policies in countries differently exposed to international influences. The comparison highlights a convergent neo-statist trajectory of the performance-based accountability policy in the two countries, various forms of governance by results enacted at the local and meso level, and more intense impacts of these policies on schools and teacher’s practices in Quebec than in France.

Edited by Christian Maroy & Xavier Pons.

Learning analytics: Building bridges between the Education and the Computing communities – ITS 2018

Dear colleagues,

The organizing committee of the workshop “Learning analytics: Building bridges between the Education and the Computing communities” will be happy to see you on Monday, the 11th of June. Note that every ITS 2018 workshop will be held at

Université du Québec à Montréal

Pavillon Sherbrooke building (SH)

200 Sherbrooke St. West

Montréal, Québec

H2X 1X5.

 

The complete program is available at

http://its2018.its-conferences.com/wp-content/uploads/ITS2018-Workshop-Program.pdf

and our workshop schedule is available online at

http://griemetic.ca/evenements/learning-analytics-building-bridges-between-the-education-and-the-computing-communities/

 

Please feel free to ask for clarifications.

Best regards,

Sébastien, Michel & Nathalie