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Competency-based Personalization Process for Smart Learning Environments [r-libre/835]

Paquette, Gilbert (2016). Competency-based Personalization Process for Smart Learning Environments. In Spector, M.; Lockee, B., & Childress, M. (Ed.), Learning, Design, and Technology: An International Compendium of Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy. Springer et Association for Educational Communications and Technology.

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Abstract: This chapter is a synthesis on the role of competency models in smart learning environments. A formal definition of competency, integrating the notions of skill, knowledge and performance, provides a foundation for the discussion. Concrete examples and tools will illustrate the role of competencies to help personalize learning scenarios, a central goal for smart learning environments. Competency as an input to and as an outcome of the learning process will be integrated in a learning design methodology, including user models and e-portfolios. A method for comparing competency will serve in the definition of assistance agents or recommenders. Finally, a number of research challenges will be identified.
Depositor: Paquette, Gilbert
Owner / Manager: Gilbert Paquette
Deposited: 18 Jan 2016 19:05
Last Modified: 28 Oct 2019 17:09

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