Reflective Learning at the Workplace - The MIRROR Design Toolbox
Using the theoretical understanding of a domain to inform design is a well-known challenge. In this paper we address this challenge in relation to reflective learning at the workplace. The work is informed by theoretical and empirical work that led to the Computer Supported Reflective Model (CSRL model), a model describing the different phases of reflective learning and how it can be supported by different tools. Starting from this model, we have conceived a set of conceptual tools that can help designers without prior knowledge of reflective learning to design for it, taking into account the complex interleaving of work practices and reflection.
KeywordsReflective learning Design Design Toolbox Workplace learning
This work was conducted as a part of the EU TEL MIRROR project and partly funded by the TELL GEMINI Center (http://www.tell-gemini.org/). We thank the participants of the project for feedback and fruitful discussions.
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