Teachers’ Learning Design Practice for Students as Learning Designers

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Resumé

This paper contributes with elements of an emerging learning design methodology. The paper takes as its starting point the theory of Students as Learning Designers, which was developed by Sørensen and Levinsen and based on more than a decade of research-and-development projects in Danish primary schools (first to 10th grade). The research focussed on information and communication technology (ICT) within the Scandinavian tradition of Problem Oriented Project Pedagogy (POPP), Problem Based Learning (PBL) and students’ production. In recent years, the projects that provide the grounding for the theory have focussed specifically on learning designs that constitute students as learning designers of digital productions (both multimodal and coded productions). This includes learning designs that contribute to students’ empowerment, involvement and autonomy within the teacher-designed frameworks that simultaneously scaffold students’ subject-related inquiry, agency, reflection and learning. Research studies have documented that this approach constitutes arenas that support students’ deep learning and mastery of both transdisciplinary and subject matter, along with their acquisition of digital literacy and 21st-century competencies. As this theory and its operationalization in practice have proven useful, it makes sense to move from researching the WHY of students as learning designers to look into HOW, that is the methodology of teachers practising learning design. For this purpose, we use the lens of the concepts metaphor and metonymy and interaction design theory to explore our empirical studies and previous findings and identify aspects of learning-design practice that teachers can apply as methods when creating learning designs aimed at students as learning designers.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelDesigns for Learning Journal
RedaktørerFrode Guribye, Anna Åkerfeldt, Nina Bergdal, Teresa Cerratto-Pargman, Staffan Selander, Barbara Wasson
Antal sider10
Vol/bind11
Udgivelses stedStockholm
ForlagDesigns for Learning
Publikationsdato2019
Udgave1
Sider30-39
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2019
BegivenhedDesigns for Learning - Centre for the Science of Learning & Technology (SLATE), Bergen, Norge
Varighed: 23 maj 201825 maj 2018
Konferencens nummer: 6
https://www.slate.uib.no/dfl2018

Konference

KonferenceDesigns for Learning
Nummer6
LokationCentre for the Science of Learning & Technology (SLATE)
LandNorge
ByBergen
Periode23/05/201825/05/2018
Internetadresse

Fingeraftryk

teacher
learning
student
learning situation
transdisciplinary
operationalization
methodology
robot
development project
research and development
primary school
empowerment
metaphor
communication technology
research project
school grade
autonomy
information technology
literacy
communication

Emneord

  • Learning design
  • students as learning designers
  • Design Methodology
  • design for learning model
  • teacher agency
  • student agency

Citer dette

Levinsen, K. T., & Sørensen, B. H. (2019). Teachers’ Learning Design Practice for Students as Learning Designers. I F. Guribye, A. Åkerfeldt, N. Bergdal, T. Cerratto-Pargman, S. Selander, & B. Wasson (red.), Designs for Learning Journal (1 udg., Bind 11, s. 30-39). Stockholm: Designs for Learning. https://doi.org/10.16993/dfl.111
Levinsen, Karin Tweddell ; Sørensen, Birgitte Holm. / Teachers’ Learning Design Practice for Students as Learning Designers. Designs for Learning Journal. red. / Frode Guribye ; Anna Åkerfeldt ; Nina Bergdal ; Teresa Cerratto-Pargman ; Staffan Selander ; Barbara Wasson. Bind 11 1. udg. Stockholm : Designs for Learning, 2019. s. 30-39
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Levinsen, KT & Sørensen, BH 2019, Teachers’ Learning Design Practice for Students as Learning Designers. i F Guribye, A Åkerfeldt, N Bergdal, T Cerratto-Pargman, S Selander & B Wasson (red), Designs for Learning Journal. 1 udg, bind 11, Designs for Learning, Stockholm, s. 30-39, Bergen, Norge, 23/05/2018. https://doi.org/10.16993/dfl.111

Teachers’ Learning Design Practice for Students as Learning Designers. / Levinsen, Karin Tweddell; Sørensen, Birgitte Holm.

Designs for Learning Journal. red. / Frode Guribye; Anna Åkerfeldt; Nina Bergdal; Teresa Cerratto-Pargman; Staffan Selander; Barbara Wasson. Bind 11 1. udg. Stockholm : Designs for Learning, 2019. s. 30-39.

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Levinsen KT, Sørensen BH. Teachers’ Learning Design Practice for Students as Learning Designers. I Guribye F, Åkerfeldt A, Bergdal N, Cerratto-Pargman T, Selander S, Wasson B, red., Designs for Learning Journal. 1 udg. Bind 11. Stockholm: Designs for Learning. 2019. s. 30-39 https://doi.org/10.16993/dfl.111