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Individualized Educational System Supporting Object Oriented Programming

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The implementation of the extension of the KM-EP Course Authoring Tool (CAT) is to associate the competencies with the learning activities and an interface in order to export competencies to the Learning Management System (LMS) Moodle, which will serve as a foundation for enhancing it further with regards to generate course automation based on students’ assessments for teaching and learning Object Oriented Programming (OOP) more effective, efficient, and individualized. This concept is elaborated further via the Nunamaker model by stating the problem areas, research questions, challenges, and research goals. The Knowledge Management Educational Portal (KM-EP), Course Authoring Tool (CAT), and Qualification Based Learning Model (QBLM) will provide the details of it. Based on the explanation the conceptual work will be presented using various Unified Modeling Language (UML) diagrams and mapping. Finally, the paper will conclude with a prototype implementation and an evaluation of the system via a Cognitive Walkthrough (CW).

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... The objective of AS5 is to design a concept for dynamic learning paths in CQ-based courses (more precisely: QDM-based courses) and implement it on the basis of Moodle/QBL4Moodle and the KM-EP-CAT. Initial outcomes are presented in [18]. In a first step, a course consisting of activities/resources with separate, QDM-compliant learning goals and access requirements has to be designed. ...
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Qualifications-Based Learning (QBL) is a software-technical approach that takes up former research & development activities in the area of Competence-Based Learning (CBL) and proposes improvements. The QBL domain model was conceived with the goal to support standardized qualifications frameworks as well as institution-specific catalogues designed for internal study or training programs. Associations between qualifications from different frameworks/catalogues advance the emergence of comprehensive qualifications networks and thereby improve the cross-institutional comparability of qualifications-based programs and learning content. Furthermore, the informative value of personal qualifications profiles is increased. In addition to the domain model, QBL proposes an architectural model for the higher education sector and introduces it on the example of an exemplary institution's (FernUniversität in Hagen) IT-landscape. The application scenarios described in this paper refer to that environment. Several proof-of-concept prototypes were developed, for example, a plugin for the learning management system Moodle, a management component for qualifications frameworks, and an authoring toolkit for qualifications-based programs and learning content. As a consequence of the positive evaluation results, subsequent QBL-related projects and theses were initiated. This paper gives an overview of QBL concepts, prototypes, and current projects.
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