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Task for today:

Whole class (ktk210)

  1. Short introduction: What's the situation with your challenge? (Case description, design rationale, instructional / learning design, socio technical design, assesment / evaluation)

In groups (in cafeteria, computer class, whatever)

  1. Review what you have done so far / what you should do next (discuss in your groups)
    1. What is the situation with your case: (design challenge that you got)
    2. Check the literature that you have used. What kind of 21th century literature you have used? design literature? Tel literature? How about assesment literature? Other literature.. Have you created design rationale? (theoretical backrgound for your choices)
    3. What kind of instructional design you have? Do you have fine-grained (classroom or smallgroup apporach) or coarse-grained (societal, policy and curricula level) scope in your instructional design? What kind of macro/microscripts can be created if any?
    4. What is situation with your socio-technical design? What is the context? Who are the participants? What are the tasks? What tools are used etc.
    5. Assesment of the learning activities. Assesment is important part of the design (Dr. Ernesto Panadero is going to give lecture about it, but it is wise to start design it now)
    6. Discuss about technology demonstrator. Do you have plans to some technology demonstrator(s) (next workshop will be located in computer class where we can have hands-on activites, however, you can go to computer class also today.
  2. Read new literature (see readings) and discuss how you could youse those papers (or some others) in your context.
  3. Come back to KTK210 in 11:00

Whole class (ktk 210)

  1. Conclusion: What did you discuss, What did you do?


Orchestration (~societal/macro level scripting)

Roschelle, J., Dimitriadis, Y., & Hoppe, U. (2013). Classroom orchestration: synthesis. Computers & Education, 69, 523-526.
Tchounikine, P. (2013). Clarifying design for orchestration: orchestration and orchestrable technology, scripting and conducting. Computers & Education, 69, 500-503.


Laanpere, M., Pata, K., Normak, P., & Põldoja, H. (2014). Pedagogy-driven design of digital learning ecosystems. Computer Science and Information Systems, (00), 15-15.
Leinonen, T., & Durall, E. (2014). Design Thinking and Collaborative Learning. Comunicar, 21(42).
Mor, Y., & Craft, B. (2012). Learning design: reflections upon the current landscape. Research in Learning Technology, 20.


Strijbos, J. W. (2011). Assessment of (computer-supported) collaborative learning. Learning Technologies, IEEE Transactions on, 4(1), 59-73.


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