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Model for Sharing Knowledge in a Co-creation Process with High Ability Students

  • Juan Pablo Meneses-Ortegón
  • Teodor Jové
  • Ramon Fabregat
  • Mery Yolima Uribe-Rios
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 745)

Abstract

A way to motivate high ability students in their learning process is by involving them in the co-creation of educational material. In doing so, the knowledge gained from the ensuing interaction between the high ability students, their parents and teachers can be very useful because it not only enhances the co-creation process itself, but also the subsequent activities as they are able to be adjusted to the students’ particular needs and goals. This paper describes two parts of a Knowledge Management System that focuses on utilizing students’ personal interests and encouraging their active participation to make improvements to the co-creation process by sharing the responsibility for their learning materials. To achieve this, we propose and develop a knowledge model that can identify the knowledge used in a co-creation process. Based on this knowledge model, we present a Knowledge Management System design which considers processing, support and general informatic system components.

Keywords

Knowledge Management Informatic components Material education co-creation Knowledge model 

Notes

Acknowledgements

Special thanks to IF_UDG2015 program to the Comunicacions i Sistemes Distribuïts project (MPCUdG2016) both from Universitat de Girona, to Open Co-creation project (TIN2014-53082-R) financed by Ministerio Español de Economía y Competitividad, and to the BCDS research group (GRCT40) which is part of the consolidated group (2017-SGR-1551).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Universitat de GironaGironaSpain

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