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  • 1. Designing for enactment:Multi-level patterns and routines in teacher practice
    Yannis Dimitriadis
    Luis P. Prieto
    Sara Villagrá-Sobrino
    ASLD 2011 Workshop – London, 13.10.2011
  • 2. Designing for enactment (orchestrating) in authentic TEL settings
    Complex task with respect to:
    design, deployment, enactment, improvisation
  • 3. Observing and eliciting patterns of teachers’ practice
    Routines/patterns for:
    Design (e.g. Clues)
    Deployment/Enactment (e.g. Use the digital board to exemplify
  • 4. Refining, combining, applying multi-level patterns in authentic contexts
    Workshop with primary education teachers
    Design (e.g. Clues)
    Deployment/Enactment (e.g. Use the digital board to exemplify
  • 5. Refining, combining, applying multi-level patterns (WS in Higher Education-1)
    Routines/patterns for:
    Design (e.g. Clues)
    Deployment/Enactment (e.g. Use the digital board to exemplify
  • 6. Refining, combining, applying multi-level patterns (WS in Higher Education-2)
    Routines/patterns for:
    Design (e.g. Clues)
    Deployment/Enactment (e.g. Use the digital board to exemplify
  • 7. Highlights
    Different levels (multi-level approach) of routines/patterns in TEL classroom orchestration
    Special emphasis on deployment/enactment/improvisation patterns, to be considered during design
    evidence from workshops of benefits from such awareness
    Use these multi-level patterns to support orchestration
    4-step approach/lifecycle: elicit, refine, combine, apply
    Open issues regarding:
    Conceptualization, categorization, representation, technological support, workshop format, evidence