Réinventer le ePortfolio avec les Open Badges ? Les outils de la reconnaissance

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  • Serge Ravet Open Recognition Alliance

    Du ePortfolio aux

    Open Badges

    Lesoutilsdelareconnaissance

  • LESOUTILSDELARECONNAISSANCEePortfoliosetOpenBadges1

    DELARECONNAISSANCEReconnaissanceformelleetinformelle 2

    VERSUNESOCITAPPRENANTELepouvoirdagir 4

    DELACONFIANCEEconomieducapitalhumain3

    Sommaire

  • 1994 2001 2003 2007 2011 2015 2016

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    CONTEXTE

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    ePortfolio Open BadgesOpen

    Recognition

    2015

    2016 BolognaOpenRecognitionDeclaration

    Un parcours au service de la reconnaissance

    2017

    CONTEXTE

    TrustIdentity

    InternationalOpenRecognitionDay

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    LES OUTILS DE LA RECONNAISSANCE

    ePortfoliosetOpenBadges

  • LES OUTILS DE LA RECONNAISSANCE1

    Un ePortfolio est le rsultat dun processus (rflexif) au cours duquel son auteur collecte, slectionne, organise, analyse et prsente les preuves de ses expriences, ralisations et apprentissages pour lui/elle-mme ou une audience particulire.

    Un Open Badge est une dclaration vrifiable et infalsifiable relative aux expriences, ralisations, comptences, engagements, valeurs ou aspirations dune personne.

  • LES OUTILS DE LA RECONNAISSANCE

    UNE VISION DU EPORTFOLIO

    Retoursuruneprsentationde2009

  • Quest-ce quun ePortfolio?

  • Portfolio: a purposeful collection of evidence demonstrating reflective practice and/or learning

  • ePORTFOLIO

    PO

    RTFO

    LIO

  • NatureNarratifs

    Propos

    Usage

    DureDimension

    Contenus

    Processus

    TechnologiesFormat

    Futur

    Individuel

    Indpendants

    Unique

    Discret

    Une fois

    Locale

    Documents

    Compilation

    Media

    Mixed media

    Sans papier

    Social

    Imbriqus

    Multiple

    Continu

    Tout au long...vie

    Globale

    Connaissances

    Agrgation

    Processus

    Hypermedia

    Identit

    PO

    RTFO

    LIO

    ePORTFOLIO

  • Innovation

    Employability

    QualitySocial inclusion

    Learning citizen

    Learning

    Organisation

    Learning

    Society

    Learning Community

    Lifelong learning

    Ambient learning

    Autonomous learning

    Organisational learning

    Recognition

    Organisational ePortfolioIndividual ePortfolioRegional ePortfolioCommunity ePortfolio

  • From ePortfolio to ePortfoly

    The great pleasure and feeling in my right brain is more than my left brain can find the words to tell you.

    Roger Sperry 1981 Medicine Nobel prize

  • The ePortfolio offers the opportunity to realise H.G. Wells' vision in his essay "The Brain Organization of the Modern World":

    "...a sort of mental clearing house for the mind, a depot where knowledge and ideas are received, sorted, summarized, digested, clarified and compared."

    World Brain: The Idea of a Permanent World Encyclopaedia, H.G. WellsContribution to the new Encyclopdie Franaise, August1937

  • The University today faces the possibility of being itself transformed by the cyberspace culture generated by its computing centres and networks. Just as the printing press spelled the demise of monastic institutions and ushered in the modern university, cyberspace may dissolve the bricks and mortar campuses of today into a de-centred knowledge culture, a networked "virtual" site of intellectual exchange that renders obsolete old ivied quadrangles as well as institutional and political borders, creating something akin to H.G. Wells's vision of a World Brain.

    Peter Childers & Paul Delany (1994)

    World Brain: The Idea of a Permanent World Encyclopaedia, H.G. WellsContribution to the new Encyclopdie Franaise, August1937

  • http://www.eportfolio.eu/collaboration/eportfolio-green-paper

    Les questions qui drangent

    Why doesn't everyone have an ePortfolio? If ePortfolios are such a wonderful thing, we should all have one, shouldnt we? Why isnt this the case? [] Put differently, what is the causal relationship? Is the underdevelopment of ePortfolios an indicator of the current underdevelopment of authentic learning and assessment, or do we seriously believe that any valuable ePortfolio practice can take place in an unauthentic, artificial learning environment?

    Introductory question: Why doesn't everyone have an ePortfolio? ePortfolio and stakeholders: Who really benefits from the introduction of ePortfolios in

    an organisation? Who has the real ownership? Are ePortfolios the authentic voice of the learner? Why have we not seen the emergence of community ePortfolios? ePortfolio and learning: Do we need ePortfolios to learn? Do we need ePortfolios to reflect? Are ePortfolios conducive to better learning? Do ePortfolios motivate learners? Can ePortfolios be graded? ePortfolio and technologies: Have ePortfolios reduced the asymmetry of the learning environment? Are there technologies specific to ePortfolios? Who are the main beneficiaries of ePortfolio technologies? Could ePortfolio technology be designed and managed with and by

    the learners? What is an Open ePortfolio? Learning, ePortfolios and innovation: What is the actual impact of ePortfolio on learning and teaching

    practice? Are ePortfolios a disruptive innovation? What innovations in ePortfolio technologies over the last 10 years? Do ePortfolios encourage innovation and creativity? Under which conditions could the introduction of ePortfolios lead to

    learning innovation? ePortfolios & Open Badges: Are Open Badges a nice add-on to ePortfolios or a means to reinvent

    ePortfolio technology and practice?

    ePortfolio Green Paper

  • LES OUTILS DE LA RECONNAISSANCE17

    ePortfolioMainframe

    Open BadgeMicroprocesseur

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  • LES OUTILS DE LA RECONNAISSANCE19

    ePortfolios(*) OpenBadgesInfrastructure Inexistante Rsiliente

    Interoperatilit Faible Forte

    Autonomie Faible Forte

    Granularit Faible Forte

    Affordance Faible Forte

    Ouverture(interop.) Faible Forte

    Lisibilit(machine) Insignifiante Forte

    Vrifiabilit(machine) Inexistante Forte

    Falsifiabilit Forte Nulle

    (*)Outils

  • LES OUTILS DE LA RECONNAISSANCE20

    Openbadges

  • LES OUTILS DE LA RECONNAISSANCE21

    Badge = image + mtadonnes

  • LES OUTILS DE LA RECONNAISSANCE22

    RcepteurEmetteur

    Preuves

    ID-E ID-R

    PrCritres Cr

    Badge = image + mtadonnes

  • LES OUTILS DE LA RECONNAISSANCE23

    RcepteurEmetteur

    PreuvesCritres

    Badge = image + mtadonnes

  • LES OUTILS DE LA RECONNAISSANCE24

    RcepteurEmetteur

    PreuvesCritres

    Je te fais confiance

    Badge = image + mtadonnes

  • LES OUTILS DE LA RECONNAISSANCE25

    RcepteurEmetteur

    PreuvesCritres

    Pour ceci

    Badge = image + mtadonnes

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    RcepteurEmetteur

    PreuvesCritres

    grce ces Preuves

    Badge = image + mtadonnes

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    Issuer

    Confiance

  • LES OUTILS DE LA RECONNAISSANCE28

    Issuer Earner

  • LES OUTILS DE LA RECONNAISSANCE29

  • LES OUTILS DE LA RECONNAISSANCE30

    Chanes de confiance

  • LES OUTILS DE LA RECONNAISSANCE31

    Rseaux de confiance

  • LES OUTILS DE LA RECONNAISSANCE32

    Rseaux de confiance

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    DE LA RECONNAISSANCEReconnaissanceformelleetinformelle

  • Recommandation du Conseil de lEurope du 20 dcembre 2012 relative

    DE LA RECONNAISSANCE34

    Dans une perspective de dveloppement des comptences, il devrait tre possible de se former ou dacqurir une qualification ou un diplme tout ge, et de faire reconnatre ses comptences et ses savoir-faire mme lorsquils sont le fruit dexpriences non acadmiques ni formelles, que ce soit dans le cadre familial ou professionnel, loccasion dun engagement au service des autres ou dactivits sportives, de loisirs ou de voyages ltranger, etc.

    la validation des acquis dapprentissage non formel et informel

  • DE LA RECONNAISSANCE35

    la validation des acquis dapprentissage non formel et informel

    reconnaissancevalidation formelle

  • la validation des acquis dapprentissage non formel et informel

    DE LA RECONNAISSANCE36

    reconnaissance

    reconnaissancereconnaissance formelle

    informelle ?

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    I

    I

    DE LA RECONNAISSANCE37

    reconnaissance

    formelle

    informelle

  • Apprentissage Formel Non-Formel Informel

    Intentionel Oui Oui Non

    Organis Oui Oui Non

    Curriculum National ou local Occasionel Non

    Niveau de reconnaissance Global, national, sectoriel Local, organizationnel Communaut, pairs

    Types de crdits Diplme, Certificat, Open BadgeCertificat, attestation,

    Open BadgeOpen Badge,

    Open Endorsement

    CaractristiquesRsulte gnralement dun

    nombre limit de processus, places et lieux

    Rsulte gnralement dun nombre tendu de

    processus, places et lieux

    Rsulte gnralement de la participation aux activits

    quotidiennes

    Lieux Ecole, universit, centre de formation, conservatoireClub sportif, mouvement, de jeune, classe du soir...

    Confrences, expositions, bibliothques, Internet,

    association, foyer

    Activits Etudier, rechercher, enseigner, pratiquer

    Etudier, rechercher, enseigner, explorer,

    pratiquer

    Bricoler, conseiller, rsoudre un problme au

    travail, jouer, pratique parentale et citoyenne