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Mine Önal

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    Barry Fishman from Michigan University talking about design based research
Mine Önal

Explanation - What is Design-Based Research (DBR)? - 2 views

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    *What is Design-based Research (DBR)? *How does DBR differ from other approaches? *How did DBR get started? *What are the benefits of DBR? *What are some critical perspective?
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    Especially I recommend the part in which differences between DBR and laboratory experimental research, design, action research, and formative evaluation are told. DBR research is told to be different from laboratory experiments in that research takes place in which there are lots interactions and dependent variables. In laboratory research however, dependent variables are set and other variables are hold constant. However, when they are not hold constant, they may effect the dependent variable. DBR differs from action research in that research is started with researchers whereas in action research, teachers start the work. In addition, in formative evaluation and action research, there is no theory refinement like in DBR.
E.Yasin Çiftçi

Design‐based research: designing a multimedia environment to support language... - 2 views

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    Adopting a design-based research methodology, this study used digital video technology to support reflective tasks for language learning in multimedia environments. The emphasis was on the improvement of oral communication skills. The reflective tasks used in this study were exposed to iterative design process and the whole research process was driven by two underlying learning theories. This iterative and theory driven design reflects the nature of DBR well.
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    Hi Yasin, thanks for sharing the research study. It is a good example for DBR, like you said, as it includes a theory driven iterative process which is one of the most fundamental characteristics of DBR.
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    Is there ant iteration in the design here? Or is it the implementation of three different courses?
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    Hocam, students' reflective practice happened in different formats each year. To be more specific, task-completion tools and task-completion formats were exposed to an iterative design. Each year a different tool and a format were implemented and the reflection by the students progressed in an iterative way though it was conducted with different classes. For example, in 2006, students of Class 1 reviewed their presentations in a multimedia player and reflected on it via a word-processing program. In 2008, YouTube was used for their presentations and they had a collaborative reflective task after being paired with each other. So, a different design was applied for each year but in an iterative fashion.
Burcu Korkusuz

Design-Based Research - 2 views

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    On this site, you can find some selected DBR studies and overview of it.
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