État de publication: Publiée (2016 )
Type de présentation: Vidéo
Nom de la rencontre: ACFAS 2016 - PÉRISCOPE: Méthodologies dérivées de perspectives socioculturelles pour composer avec les enjeux de la recherche en partenariat
Lieu: Université du Québec à Montréal, Montréal, Canada
Résumé: Design Based Research (DBR) re-conceptualizes how we think about instruction making it an iterative process that includes designing and testing of significant interventions (pedagogies), and the accompanying digital tools, to meet the needs of real educational contexts (Anderson & Shattuck, 2012). The outcome of DBR is the evolution of design principles that help us understand the conditions under which the interventions (and/or conceptual models) can promote better learning outcomes. DBR takes an ecosystems view of learning and instruction and brings together researchers and practitioners (teacher) in a particular co-production relationship. Penuel, Roschelle and Shechtman (2007) consider this a co-design process wherein researcher and practitioner work together towards closing the gaps between the perceived needs, the context and the design. This presentation outlines some of the digital platforms our team has been using to support the co-design process. These platforms are themselves pedagogical tools, which not only support collaborations between researchers and practitioners as part of the DBR process but also result in outcomes that are innovative pedagogies. We situate these discussions within the framework of two of our DBR projects (DALITE and GRASP).
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