Design Research on Media Tools for Reflection in Learning

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Slides from the presentation at the Designs for Learning Conference 2012 in Copenhagen, 25.4.2012.

Slides from the presentation at the Designs for Learning Conference 2012 in Copenhagen, 25.4.2012.

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  • 1. Design Research on Media Toolsfor Reflection in LearningAnna Keune, Teemu Leinonen, Jukka PurmaAalto UniversitySchool of Arts, Design and Architecture
  • 2. Teemu LeinonenAssociate Professor,New Media Design andLearningLearning EnvironmentsResearch Group (LeGroup),Media Lab HelsinkiDesigner:web / mobile and learningEducation / learning science> New Media> Design> Design Methodology
  • 3. New Media Design and Learning Why design? What is design?
  • 4. Designer / artist. . . focuses on experiences,. . . the future experiences, . . . to design them.
  • 5. Design researher . . . do stuff,. . . be experimental, . . . be avant-garde.
  • 6. Agenda1. The Media Tools (prototypes) for Reflection in Learning3. Reflection in Learning5. The Design Research Process7. Analyzes (and Reflection) on the Media Tools (prototypes)
  • 7. Agenda1. The Media Tools (prototypes) for Reflection in Learning3. Reflection in Learning5. The Design Research Process7. Analyzes (and Reflection) on the Media Tools (prototypes)
  • 8. Three Media Tools (prototypes) for Reflection http://vimeo.com/35777113
  • 9. Three Media Tools for Reflection http://vimeo.com/35777113
  • 10. Agenda1. The Media Tools (prototypes) for Reflection in Learning3. Reflection in Learning5. The Design Research Process7. Analyzes (and Reflection) on the Media Tools (prototypes)
  • 11. Agenda1. The Media Tools (prototypes) for Reflection in Learning3. Reflection in Learning5. The Design Research Process7. Analyzes (and Reflection) on the Media Tools (prototypes)
  • 12. Reflection in Learning - Background• Development happens in interaction with others, and through conscious reflection on that interaction. (Vygotsky 1978)• Significance of discourse and knowledge building. (e.g., Paavola et al., 2004; Senge, 2006)• Reflective Practitioner – experts reflection in and on action (Schön 1983)• Expansive learning and reflection on the learning process. (Engeström 1987)
  • 13. Reflection in Learning - Need in Practice ?
  • 14. Progressive Inquiry Learning / Knowledge Building Setting up Constructing Research Working Questions Theories Critical EvaluationCreating theContext Distributed Expertise Searching Deepening Knowledge Developing New Working Theories Generating Subordinate Questions (Hakkarainen 1999)
  • 15. Progressive Inquiry Learning / Knowledge Building . . . is (social-) reflective, analytical, regulative.
  • 16. Agenda1. The Media Tools (prototypes) for Reflection in Learning3. Reflection in Learning5. The Design Research Process7. Analyzes (and Reflection) on the Media Tools (prototypes)
  • 17. Agenda1. The Media Tools (prototypes) for Reflection in Learning3. Reflection in Learning5. The Design Research Process7. Analyzes (and Reflection) on the Media Tools (prototypes)
  • 18. Design Research:Research-based Design Process (Leinonen 2008, 2010)
  • 19. Research-based Design Process:in the Case of Reflection Tools (Keune, Leinonen, Purma, Toikkanen 2012)
  • 20. Agenda1. The Media Tools (prototypes) for Reflection in Learning3. Reflection in Learning5. The Design Research Process7. Analyzes (and Reflection) on the Media Tools (prototypes)
  • 21. Agenda1. The Media Tools (prototypes) for Reflection in Learning3. Reflection in Learning5. The Design Research Process7. Analyzes (and Reflection) on the Media Tools (prototypes)
  • 22. Three Media Tools (prototypes) for Reflection http://vimeo.com/35777113
  • 23. Three Media Tools for Reflection http://vimeo.com/35777113
  • 24. Levels of Reflection(Fleck & Fitzpatrick, 2010: Reflecting on Reflection: Framing a Design Landscape) R4 Critical Reflection R3 Transformative Reflection R2 Dialogic Reflection R1 Reflective Description R0 Description
  • 25. Reflection Levels (Affordances) of the“Reflex” / “Teamup”
  • 26. Levels of Reflection(Fleck & Fitzpatrick, 2010: Reflecting on Reflection: Framing a Design Landscape) R4 Critical Reflection R3 Transformative Reflection R2 Dialogic Reflection R1 Reflective Description R0 Description
  • 27. Reflection Levels (Affordances) of the“Ambire”
  • 28. iTEC: Innovative Technologies for an Engaging Classroom http://itec.eun.orgThe work presented in this presentation is partially supported by the European Commission’s FP7 programme – project iTEC: Innovative Technologies for an Engaging Classroom (Grant agreement Nº 257566). The content of this presentation is the sole responsibility of theconsortium members and it does not represent the opinion of the European Commission and the Commission is not responsible for any use that might be made of information contained herein.
  • 29. Thank you Teemu Leinonenteemu.leinonen@aalto.fi