Yannis Dimitriadis, Luis Pablo Prieto and Sara Villagrá-Sobrin: Designing for enactment: Multi-level patterns and routines in teacher practice

Cloud created by:

Yishay Mor
5 October 2011

Although there exist many approaches and frameworks for the design of learning activities, from different theoretical and pedagogical standpoints, very few of them take into account the fine-grained, contextual logistics that are required to enact those designs in an authentic classroom. These enactment aspects, especially when ICT and multiple collaboration levels are in play, have been termed "orchestration" in the recent years. This paper proposes an approach for learning design based on the concept of patterns of different levels, that tries to address the orchestration of activities by teachers in authentic classrooms. This approach does not enforce a theoretical or pedagogical point of view, and it may be thought of as a complement to other LD approaches, in order to make them fitter for its comprehension and enactment by teachers in authentic situations.

Extra content

Embedded Content

added by Yishay Mor

Slideshare presentation of paper

Slideshare presentation of paper

added by Yannis Dimitriadis

Contribute

Adi Kidron
1:20pm 13 October 2011


observing and eliciting patterns of teachers' practice.

how to support the enactment phase?

combine multi level patterns

design and then enrich the initial design using the enactment patterns

patterns which are important for stages of enactment

the output product for the teachers - definitions and examples

the teachers enrich their designs once they get familiar with the enactment patterns

Adi Kidron
1:20pm 13 October 2011


observing and eliciting patterns of teachers' practice.

how to support the enactment phase?

combine multi level patterns

design and then enrich the initial design using the enactment patterns

patterns which are important for stages of enactment

the output product for the teachers - definitions and examples

the teachers enrich their designs once they get familiar with the enactment patterns

Contribute to the discussion

Please log in to post a comment. Register here if you haven't signed up yet.