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  • 1. An educational scenario based on the Pyramid pedagogical pattern Yannis Dimitriadis GSIC/EMIC research group University of Valladolid November 30, 2011 The theory and practice of Design for Learning OEB 2011 pre-conference workshop
  • 2. Pyramid: Problem and solution This pattern proposes a collaborative learning activity flow in which different participants face the same complex, open problem , which does not have a single solution. Solving the problem implies the gradual reaching of a consensus solution in groups of increasing size , until a final solution is agreed by all participants .
  • 3. Pyramid: Group formation GroupA1 GroupA2 GroupA3 GroupB1 GroupB2 GroupB3 GroupA1 GroupA2 GroupA3 GroupB1 GroupB2 GroupB3 SupergroupA SupergroupB SupergroupA SupergroupB Whole Class GroupB1 GroupB2 GroupB3 GroupA1 GroupA2 GroupA3
  • 4. Scenario: Some principles
    • Use collaborative learning
      • Positive interdependence: Team members need each other for a global success
      • Knowledge construction: Students discuss and reach consensus
    • Through Pyramid pedagogical pattern
      • Multiple iterations: groups join larger groups…
      • … reaching agreements on common proposals
  • 5. Scenario: Activity description Activity Name Type Groups Duration Expected Outcomes SKETCHING of flow and sequence charts (in dyads) Face-to-Face
      • 6 initial groups of 2 students
      • 1h30min
    Document with charts and text with explanation and problems/doubts DISCUSSION AND NEW ROUND OF sketching flow and sequence charts (in supergroups) Distance
      • 2 supergroups formed by 3 initial groups (6 students per supergroup)
      • 1h30min
    Agreed charts and a slide presentation to explain the decisions PRESENTATION of final results to the whole class Face-to-Face
      • Whole class
    30min Oral presentations
  • 6. Scenario: Use of ICT tools
    • Needs:
      • Drawing
      • Writing text documents
      • Writing slides
    • Paper sheets and pencils?
    • ... Or, maybe…
      • Dabbleboard
      • GoogleDocuments
      • GooglePresentations