Processes, Activities and Tasks

Part of the Science & Technology Education Library book series (CTISE, volume 34)

We open this chapter by analysing the activity of designing to explain our dissatisfaction with the models that we had inherited at the outset of our work. We present an alternative view of the process that emerges in part through our use of designing as a pedagogic vehicle rather than merely as a means of product development.


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