Practical Design Patterns for Teaching and Learning with Technology

  • Editors
  • Yishay Mor
  • Harvey Mellar
  • Steven Warburton
  • Niall Winters

Part of the Trails in Education book series (TEL)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Yishay Mor, Harvey Mellar, Steven Warburton, Niall Winters
    Pages 1-11
  3. Diana Laurillard, Michael Derntl
    Pages 13-16
  4. Sonja Kabicher, Renate Motschnig-Pitrik
    Pages 17-21
  5. Michael Derntl
    Pages 23-30
  6. Judy Robertson
    Pages 31-33
  7. Renate Motschnig-Pitrik
    Pages 35-40
  8. Dai Fei Yang, Peter Goodyear
    Pages 41-47
  9. Michele Cerulli
    Pages 49-53
  10. Sonja Kabicher, Renate Motschnig-Pitrik
    Pages 55-60
  11. Michael Derntl
    Pages 61-66
  12. Judy Robertson
    Pages 67-71
  13. Renate Motschnig-Pitrik
    Pages 73-82
  14. Dai Fei Yang, Peter Goodyear
    Pages 83-92
  15. Michele Cerulli
    Pages 93-96
  16. Michael Derntl, Diana Laurillard
    Pages 97-99
  17. Christian Kohls, Till Schümmer
    Pages 101-104
  18. Pamela Mclean
    Pages 105-110
  19. Effie Law, Anh Vu Nguyen-Ngoc
    Pages 111-116
  20. Pamela Mclean
    Pages 117-122

About this book

Introduction

These are challenging times in which to be an educator. The constant flow of innovation offers new opportunities to support learners in an environment ofever-shifting demands. Educators work as they have always done: making the most of the resources at hand, and dealing with constraints, to provide experiences which foster growth. This was John Dewey’s ideal of education 80 years ago and it is still relevant today. This view sees education as a practice that achieves its goals through creative processes involving both craft and design. Craft is visible in the resources that educators produce and in their interactions with learners. Design, though, is tacit, and educators are often unaware of their own design practices. The rapid pace of change is shifting the balance from craft to design, requiring that educators’ design work become visible, shareable and malleable. The participatory patterns workshop is a method for doing this through engaging practitioners in collaborative reflection leading to the production of structured representations of design knowledge. The editors have led many such workshops and this book is a record of that endeavour and its outcomes in the form of practical design narratives, patterns and scenarios that can be used to address challenges in teaching and learning with technology.

Keywords

John Dewey educational technology innovation participatory patterns workshop

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6209-530-4
  • Copyright Information SensePublishers-Rotterdam, The Netherlands 2014
  • Publisher Name SensePublishers, Rotterdam
  • eBook Packages Humanities, Social Sciences and Law
  • Online ISBN 978-94-6209-530-4
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