A digital learning ecosystem is a complex flow of information and relationships among species in aneducational environment supported by the media [Ficheman, 2008].According to Ficheman (2008), to conduct the requirement analysis of a digital learning ecosystem, it isnecessary to identify, to specify, to define and to describe its components, connections, interactions andinfluence, the functions of which would target systems authoring, collaboration, immersion and mobilitycharacteristics.SeeAll was designed considering the digital learning ecosystem approach and the existing educationalelectronic systems. And aims to be a digital learning sub-ecosystem to support competence assessment withits species, populations and communities interrelating, interacting, recording and and suffering internal andexternal influences the system.
2.1 Requirement Analysis
To understand teacher’s content an initial survey was conducted with seventeen questions about how teachersuse ICT, teach and plan, and assess their students. Its content analysis was divided into: digital fluency,teaching and evaluation.Some survey results are presented. In
topic, teachers inform that they used the computer to perform other habitual tasks, but not to register or monitor the studants’ performance. In the
teachers inform they use curriculum matrices to plan. In the
topic, they inform that they havesome difficulties in individually monitor students for appropriate intervention.SeeAll should be easy to use; it must be based on national curriculum guidelines and, finally, helpteachers with monitoring individuals. Also it tries to overcome the shortcomings of other educationalelectronics systems. Examples of systems: Learning Content Management System (LCMS) for contentdelivery, Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) for management of learning and results performances,Learning Management System (LMS) that adds communication tools and Managed Learning Environment(MLE) for management in schools [Weller, 2007] [Page, 2009] [Merino, 2006]. However, there is a gap. Wedid not find any electronic systems that offers tools that follows the learning process based on student’scompetences and skills or that provides a student overview in all areas concomitantlyThus, SeeAll has the following characteristics functional and nonfunctional: users’ and technologiesmobility; interactivity; allows authoring; allows contribution between users; flexibility; it is an Open Sourcesoftware; has multi-platform and interoperability.SeeAll presents a conceptual assessment not only lessons results, but it allows we to record and monitor the student’s skills and progress in carrying out learning experiences.
2.2 Functional Description
The main features of the prototype are:
organizes users and groups;
lists attitudes, competences, skills and formal and informal activities, expressed by the learners, wecall learning experiences;
allows the authorship of these lists;
combines learning experiences, skills, competences and attitudes;
stores the information obtained;
presents individual data visualization in different ways;
electronically organizes the learner’s record of use while the system is used;
sends messages to groups and individuals;
communicates with other systems such as LMS or VLE through Sharable Content Object ReferenceModel (SCORM) [ADL, 2004].