Teaching in higher educational institution (HEI) is often based on courses or modules that are small fractions of the full degree-level curriculum. Several methods for visualizing the curriculum have been developed and tested from an institutional point of view. In this demonstration, we introduce a method for creating a curricular concept map that is distributed to all learners. As they enrich the template based on their experiences, the template turns into a structured learning diary, aimed at supporting the development of selfregulated learning skills. After this, the data is aggregated and visualized on a shared dashboard. This dynamic feedback loop creates opportunities for adaptive learning and teaching during the course and curriculum development on the program level.
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 18 Mar 2019|
|MoE publication type||Not Eligible|
|Event||Learning Analytics & Knowledge 2019 - Arizona State University, Tempe, United States|
Duration: 4 Mar 2019 → 8 Mar 2019
|Conference||Learning Analytics & Knowledge 2019|
|Period||04/03/2019 → 08/03/2019|
Fields of Science
- 516 Educational sciences
Kivimäki, V., & Pesonen, J. (2019). Dynamic Feedback System supporting self-regulation, adaptive teaching and program level curricular development. 157-158. Learning Analytics & Knowledge 2019, Tempe, United States.