Læring gennem læringsdesign: – når nye læringsformer skal i spil

Translated title of the contribution: Learning through learning designs: When new forms of learning are at play

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Abstract

This article investigates which factors create meaning in a design and learning process when digitally mediated courses are developed. This is based on investigation of 3 cases. The work with design and learning processes aims to create an environment for creative development, opportunities for trial and error and evaluations of a digitally didactical design. At the same time, this creates a change in the teacher's thinking and practice through working to design and develop digitally mediated learning courses.

In reference to the three cases, the way in which the developers or teachers are scaffolded in the development of learning objects or a more holistic learning design in order, which in turn should be integrated into their teaching practice. The empirical data are based on interviews of learning designers, teachers and developers. Further, observations were ensued and in two cases, concrete collaboration with developers in the design process occurred.

The focus of the project is on the teachers' learning during the design process as well as the factors that create meaning for the design and development. Additionally, the support involved in the design process, new thinking and rearranging of the didactics in teaching in a digital context is emphasised.
Translated title of the contributionLearning through learning designs: When new forms of learning are at play
Original languageDanish
Number of pages17
Publication statusUnpublished - Apr 2019

Keywords

  • digitalization
  • Action learning
  • case studies
  • creativity
  • digital mediation
  • digitalization of education

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