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Design-Design Research: Putting a Stake in the Ground - 1 views

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    The article underlines the emerging of design-design research design making connections with learning sciences. Differences between experimentation and design-design research are offered and terminologies that are similar to design-design research are dicussed with similarities and differences.
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    I especially liked the table, comparion experimentation and design design research. It made me clear about some issues, thanks :)
E.Yasin Çiftçi

DesignDesign research: Designing a multimedia environment to support language learning - 2 views

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    Adopting a design-design 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 design 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 design 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

Understanding by by - 0 views

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    The chapter focuses on "Implementing Understanding By By" By on Three Questions: How does Understanding By By provide a framework and a language to help educators promote all students' understanding? How has Understanding By By evolved since its initial publication? What are the major changes and trends associated with its evolution? To what extent can educators abstract lessons learned about successful implementation of Understanding By By and then apply those lessons to the process of strategic planning and continuous improvement?
Yelda Sarıkaya-Erdem

A Systematic Development of EPSS Through DBR - 0 views

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    Based on Reeves' Based-Based research model, this study did the research following 6 stages. In stage 1, a needs analysis was conducted with K-12 teachers in four 2-hour workshops in which teachers created WebQuests. Researchers came up with some Based principles. In the second stage, Based on needs analysis and literature review, a prototype Electronic Performance Support System (EPSS) was developed. In the following phase, the prototype EPSS was tested and evaluated as well as continuing needs analysis and refining Based principles. In stage 4, the web-Based EPSS prototype was developed through expert evaluation and some modifications were made. Stage 5 was characterized with continuous evaluation and testing with the practitioners in a similar workshop. Like in the first stage, data was collected through interviews, questionnaires, filed notes etc. Deriving from the findings gathered in stage 5, the Based principles were developed and refined. As seen in the example, practitioners were involved in the process, both qualitative and quantitative data collection tools were utilized and EPSS was jointly developed Based continuous evaluation and testing. I think the example is quite good to understand DBR.
Ceren Korkmaz

Learning by by - Kids Build - 0 views

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    In this video kids build their designs and exhibit them, hence their parents could see what their children do, how they learn etc.
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    In that video, there is a project called Kids Build. Children built cities based on given maps of Boston. They construct the city environment based different materials. Although, it seems really fun, I did not understand what teachers target to teach students? Is it for only creativity? Since children are not so grown up, concrete thinking was targeted I think. Still, what was the "content" is still blur for me. edit: Opps, duplicate :).
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    Here's a previously-shared example of learning by by by "Kids Build!" project. I think just getting the hands of the kids dirty is an outcome by itself. Although they do not possess abstract thinking skills at such a young age, I still think these are the ages when an interest sparks in the child, which could then turn into a passion.
afranur

Design-Design research needs team effort, says education expert - 5 views

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    "If a decision were to be made by the minister of education or the government to move in a new direction, then the orientations, the value system and the commitment of by-by researchers would be a natural way because it is an engineering field approach applied in education,"
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    I like the idea of including different stakeholders in the DBR process. Learning is a complex phenomenon. Context plays a critical role in the DBR on learning. Perhaps, we need to think about ways to build a DBR team.
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    Hocam, it would be nice to build a DBR team, we desperately need such an innovation in our field. Maybe, there can be DBR schools where researchers can work with voluntary teachers. If some incentives are provided for the teachers by MONE, they will work eagerly in the projects. Just an example: nowadays, lots of English teachers are doing really good Comenius projects and the motive behind their hard work is going abroad:)
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    +1 for DBR team & DBR Schools. I can try to find some support from MONE side.
vahidetekeakay

Multiple Roles and Multiple Researchers in Design-Design Research - 1 views

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    Dr. Susan McKenney discusses the balancing act that design-design researchers have as they take on multiple roles as researchers, designers, and practitioners. She also discusses the collaborative environment created design conducting research with multiple people on the research team.
Burcu Korkusuz

Learning by by from Theory to Practice - 1 views

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    The paper explains Learning by by by on the guidelines case-by reasoning and problem-by learning with many implications to pedagogical tools and practices.
Hatice Çilsalar

An instructional design framework for authentic learning environments - 1 views

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    This is the article which defines critical characteristics of situated learning enviroment. The authors used a lot of literature in the analysis part of the study. The purpose of this study was firstly, to identify critical characteristics of a situated learning environment from the extensive literature base on the subject; secondly, to operationalise the critical characteristics of a situated learning environment by bying a multimedia program which incorporated the identified characteristics; and thirdly, to investigate students' perceptions of their experiences using an multimedia package by on a situated learning framework. I think it will helpful us while we are searching for more articles on situated learning, because it has an extensive reference list.
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    Designing the instruction to make use of authenticity is very important as we discussed in the posts. Thank you Hatice for sharing this : )
Merve Başdoğan

Learning by by: How Classroom Decor Affects Students - 5 views

Studies found that students who are exposed to more natural light perform better than students who are not. Based on this fact, there some Learn Based Based School Constructions. I share on of the sc...

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Ceren Korkmaz

Renaissance Academy students learn how to apply sciences at Purdue - 1 views

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    Purdue Polytechnic involves the Renaissance Academy Students to build a remote-controlled helicopter. Great example of learning by by :)
sermin vardal ocakli

Why Design-Design Research is both important and difficult? - 0 views

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    This is an article by Chris Dede (Harvard Graduate School of Education August, 2004). It focuses on the importance and difficulties of DBR. You can get help from this article, while trying to answer the questions on LMS.
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    DBR advocates appropriately respond to concerns from conservative research methodologists with metaphors reminiscent of the apocryphal story of the drunk looking for his lost keys under the streetlight where he can see, rather than in the dark alley where they were dropped:)
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    Again from the article: "Innovators fascinated by a particular type of by approach (such as wireless mobile devices as a means of ubiquitous access to information) often start with a predetermined "solution" and seek educational problems to which it can be applied (to a person with a hammer, everything looks like a nail), a dubious basis for DBR":)
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    There was a case in one of the articles, the researchers were asked to provide an example of their research findings which helped them to solve a problem in practice and they were silent. It is a really good example of the gap between research and practice.When I think that research findings will not help to solve problems in the field, I start to question the things I am doing because being a part of the solution, not the problem" was the starting point of my academic life...
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    I really like the idea offered by DBR that is against the highly controlled laboratory settings are settings that research settings resembling that. But I still can not grasp how multi number of variables can healthly or in a valid sense can be studied all together in DBR. Maybe the local issue gains importance at this point.
Burcu Korkusuz

Technological pedagogical content knowledge development of Turkish pre-service teachers of English. - 0 views

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    It is a currently presented a paper based on a dissertation completed based Gokce Kurt currently at Marmara University, Dept. of English Language Teaching, Istanbul, Turkey. Paper was presented at the meeting of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, New Orleans, LA. It examines the TPACK development of Turkish PTs of English as they participated into a study explicitly focusing on the framework of TPACK and baseded following Learning Technology based based approach.
satiburhanli

Arka Bahçede Bilim - 0 views

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    This video is an episode from the bakyard science program on yumurcak TV. In this program, children design tools design on their problems design this way, they try to understand some science subjects.
E.Yasin Çiftçi

Powerful Learning: Studies Show Deep Understanding Derives from Collaborative Methods - 2 views

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    This article concentrates on collaborative methods in education to highlight their potentials in elevated learning outcomes. In the article, there is also some mention of learning by by and project-by pathways. I guess it is worth to check it out. by the way Edutopia is a great source for educational articles and videos.
Selçuk Kılınç

Augmented Reality App - Elements 4D - 1 views

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    It is an application for mobile phones which you can view elements as virtual from your screen. You can view all elements seperately and also, if you put together them, they can from a product that you can see from the screen. The principle is very simple, after you install the application to your phone you can download the pdf of element cubes from the websites. You can also, view the demo from the website of app; http://elements4d.daqri.com/#demo
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    If you ever use it in your classes, please let us know Selçuk :) A friend mentioned that a similar 4D app has great implications for biology. I was wondering if it also has implications for other branches of science.
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    Chemistry and technology... Who you gonna call: SELÇUK :) That's an interesting app, however I think it's not enough on its own to teach anything. It still requires appropriate curriculum to make use of it. So, maybe we can think about how to use this technology as best as we could. What kinds of activities can be created?
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    There are other applications like that, for example Anatomy 4D for biology classes. Maybe your friend could use that application, Ceren. There are also Animal 4D+ and Space 4D+ for another lessons as I know. I also see the studies of Bilal Özçakır who is research assistant at Ahi Evran University. He develop some applications for his doctoral thesis with Erdinç Çakıroğlu at our university. I use that application at my classes at university and even at that age, students enjoy it very much. Even after lesson, they continue to use it and the effect of it at smaller age can be more motivating, I think. Beside like Armağan said, it is beneficial only with the appropriate curriculum and also well-designed lesson, I think. The lack of micro level understanding can develop with these applications at chemistry. Thanks for the jingle, also :)
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    I tried this application Selcuk. It s really entertaining :)
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    I am happy that you find it entertaining. When I first use it, I cannot leave my mobile phone for a while :)
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    I think this app looks fine to visualize an abstract topic which is elements. I agree with you Armağan about the necessity of appropriate curriculum. For example, an activity could be helpful that allows to students arrange the locations of elements based on their atomic radius in a periodic table. Therefore, the students can observe atomic radius of elements is increasing or decreasing when running left to right in rows and running up and down in columns of the periodic table. Like Selçuk said that those applications are used in other fields too. I've seen some works of Bilal Özçakır when I joined at a presentation. He visualizes the geometric shapes in 3D from QR codes. For example, you see a geometric shape from every perspective of it and you test yourself with how top or bottom perspectives of a geometric shape looks like based looking its one side. Thus, you have a realistic experience with virtual objects in immediacy.
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    I wrote at OdtüClass forum that interested people get learn from the beginning about developing at least basic applications. When I talked with Özçakır, he also said to me he learned the whole process from the online sources with his efforts. Of course, instead of open-source applications; the aim will be be to gain money but I think appearing more amateur applications cause many advantages at these areas.
satiburhanli

Concordia Language Villages - 1 views

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    The curriculum of Concordia Language Villages immersion programs distinguishes itself by being byed on the following precepts. Students participate in a grand simulation that creates a purposeful 24/7 environment where participants engage in a community of learners. This setting, centered around community-by learning, creates a focused and supportive environment that facilitates learning from peers and mentors alike.
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