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ÄlyOppi - Past webinars

Recordings of the past ÄlyOppi project webinars. Most of the presentations and slides are only available in Finnish. For more information in English, please contact the coordinators of the subprojects. Contact information can be found in the front page.

Spring 2021 webinars


15.1. Flipped classroom in mathematics (Petri Nokelainen, Tampere University)

  • Flipped learning aims to increase the interaction between the students and the teacher. Students are given materials to study before the lecture, and the time typically spent lecturing the subject will be used to further engage in the concepts with the help of the teacher. This webinar presents the experiences of using flipped learning in mathematics in the Tampere University.

While the presentation is in Finnish, the materials are available in English.

29.1. Peer review in different learning systems (Anni Rytkönen, Aalto University, Timo Poranen and Eliisa Väkevä, Tampere University and Vesa Lappalainen, University of Jyväskylä)

  • In peer review, students evaluate and give feedback to other students according to teacher's instructions. In this webinar, we present peer review functionalities in different learning systems and platforms.

12.2. ViLLE learning system: "From teachers to teachers" (Mikko-Jussi Laakso, University of Turku)

  • ViLLE is a collaborative learning platform developed by the Centre of Learning Analytics of the University of Turku. It offers students and teachers detailed information regarding their learning process in the form of immediate feedback and learning analytics. Teachers can create exercises for their personal use but they can also utilise materials made by others. Most exercises are automatically assessed which allows teachers to spend more of their time supporting students. The research focus of the Centre is on different aspects of learning which strongly influences the development of ViLLE.

Autumn 2020 webinars

25.9. Electrical and mechanical engineering, automated assessment for online exercises (Juho Alatalo, University of Oulu and Otto Ellonen, University of Vaasa)

  • The electrical and mechanical engineering subproject creates interactive, automatically assessed online exercises for the STACK system.

9.10. STACK system for automated assessment of mathematical exercises, and learning resources developed in the Abacus project (Petri Salo, Aalto University and Simo Ali-Löytty, Tampere University)

  • STACK is an open-source online assessment system for mathematics and STEM, designed to enable students to answer questions with mathematical expressions. Abacus is a material bank for STEM education, providing maintained and ready-to use material for lecturing and exercises. The presentation will introduce using STACK and creating exercises in the system.

23.10. Overview of the computer science subproject (Lauri Malmi and Ari Korhonen, Aalto University)

  • The computer science subproject strives to improve computer science online materials and ease the integration of existing educational tools. The subproject also builds teacher networks for various courses and themes, such as teaching introductory programming and databases. This presentation gives an overview of the computer science subproject. The achievements and results of the subproject will be presented in more detail in later webinars.

6.11. Supporting states in STACK exercises (Matti Harjula, Mathematics/Aalto University and Kimmo Kulmala, Physics/Aalto University)

  • The physics subproject has created different kinds of exercises for the STACK system. This presentation introduces a new type of exercise with adaptive states that change according to students' answers.

20.11. Overview of the mathematics subproject (Simo Ali-Löytty and Valtteri Pinkkilä, Tampere University and Lassi Korhonen, University of Oulu)

  • The mathematics subproject has created exercises and developed new features for the STACK system, as well as implemented online materials for several mathematics courses. This presentation gives an overview of the subproject, while more detailed results will be presented in later webinars.

4.12. TIM - The Interactive Material platform (Vesa Lappalainen, University of Jyväskylä)

  • TIM is a document-based cloud service for producing interactive materials. The system has been developed to be easy to use both by teachers and students with collaborative elements, support for various types of course materials and monitoring tools for teachers.

Materials for the webinar can be found here, and the recording is also on TIM.

11.12. Plussa learning management system (Terhi Kilamo, Tampere University)

  • Plussa (or A+) was originally developed in the Aalto University as a learning management system specifically for computer science and programming courses. It allows various interactive components to be used within a course material, such as automatic programming exercise tests. Nowadays, the system is developed in cooperation with Aalto University and Tampere University.

Previous presentations

This presentation is in English.

Discussion of the current state and future directions of learning analytics.

Learning analytics webinar, Mikko-Jussi Laakso ja Henri Kajasilta, University of Turku

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