Teaching as a Design Science Building Pedagogical Patterns for Learning and Technology

ISBN-10: 041580387X

ISBN-13: 9780415803878

Edition: 3rd 2012 (Revised)

Authors: Diana Laurillard

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Book details

Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 2/14/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.056
Language: English

Teaching as a design science
The role of technology
Learning about teaching
Education as a design science
Design patterns for learning
The foundations for teaching as design
What is formal learning?
Introduction
The view from the educational establishment
The view from the workplace
The view from educational theorists
Teachers' views of formal learning
Concluding points
What students bring to learning
Introduction
Student engagement
Intellectual characteristics
Formal and informal learning contexts
Summary
What it takes to learn
Introduction
What happens in learning
Making learning happen
Summary
What it takes to teach
Introduction
Factors infulencing the design of teaching
Approaches to designing for learning
Aligning goals, activities and assessment
Monitoring alternative conceptions
Scaffolding theory-generated practice
Fostering conceptual change
Encouraging metacognition
Teaching as design
A principled approach to designing for learning
Summary
Motivating and enabling the learning cycle
Introduction
The under-performance of learning technologies
A framework for analysing formal learning
Technologies for teaching-learning activities
The framework as a design analysis tool
The idea of pedagogical patterns
Summary
Learning through acquisition
Introduction
Learning through acquisition
Teaching using narrative presentation
Structuring a narrative presentation
How can digital technologies help?
Preparing students for learning through acquisition
Capturing pedagogical patterns
Summary: designing for learning through acquisition
Learning through inquiry
Introduction
Learning through inquiry
Inquiry learning in the Conversational Framework
How can digital technologies help?
Pedagogical patterns for inquiry learning
Summary: designing for learning through inquiry
Learning through discussion
Introduction
Learning through discussion
Discussion-based methods
How can digital technologies help?
The pedagogy of learning through discussion
Pedagogical patterns for discussion learning
Summary: designing for learning through discussion
Learning through practice
Introduction
Learning through practice
Learning through practice in formal education
How can digital technologies help?
Pedagogical patterns for learning through practice
Summary: designing for learning through practice
Learning through collaboration
Introduction
Learning through collaboration
How can digital technologies help?
Pedagogical patterns for collaborative learning
Summary: designing for learning through collaboration
Teaching as developing pedagogical
Patterns
Introduction
Requirements for a design science
Representing patterns for learning
Exploring the idea of pedagogical patterns
Learning design tools and resources
Collaborative learning for teachers
Concluding points
References
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