Square1 - ITK 2013 Research Day

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Square1 is a set of computational devices specifically designed for collaborative learning at school. The set consists of three single task dedicated devices: one for writing, one for drawing and one for presentation creation and online search. The devices are considered to be build by teachers and students together in school workshops or out of school workshops such as FabLabs. It is a design in progress.

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Square1 - ITK 2013 Research Day

  1. 1. Square1  hypothesis:  Building  computa8onal  and  collabora8ve   learning  tools  in  school Anna  Keune,  Teemu  Leinonen Aalto  University  School  of  Arts,  Design  and   Architecture hCp://lead.aalto.fi
  2. 2. 1. Craft and DIY in School2. Computers and Pedagogy3. Square1 Hypothesis4. Qualitative Design Research Activities5. Future Steps anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  3. 3. Finnish Educational Sloyd movement • Developing intellectual capacities through tool use • 1860s: wood, textile and paper craftwork • Today: also more advanced machineryBoston public schools. Photographs XVIII. Systems of woodworking. 1892Image source: Boston Public Library anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  4. 4. Computer Numerical Control (CNC) fabrication Do-It-Yourself trends in schoolsOulu Normaalikoulu, Finnish model school, 2012 anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  5. 5. Products students create are scarcely used in educational practices beyond creation. Think Sauna ScoopBoston public schools. Photographs XVIII. Systems of woodworking. 1892Image source: Boston Public Library anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  6. 6. 1. Craft and DIY in School2. Computers and Pedagogy3. Square1 Hypothesis4. Qualitative Design Research Activities5. Future Steps anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  7. 7. Dynabook One Laptop Per Childanna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  8. 8. Social constructivist approaches to learning Collaborative Knowledge Building Inquiry Learninganna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  9. 9. |individual tinkerers collaborators/cooperators personal tools shared tools all-inclusive use focused use efficiency slow technology anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  10. 10. Design Research Hypotheses• Children participate in the building of shared learning tools• Social constructivist approach to learning require different computational devicesanna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  11. 11. 1. Craft and DIY in School2. Computers and Pedagogy3. Square1 Hypothesis4. Qualitative Design Research Activities5. Future Steps anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  12. 12. ok a dog barks 1,2,3 Q W E R T Y U G H J a dog barks D F A S 1,2,3 a dog barks Q W E R T Y U A S D F G H J ok 1,2,3 1,2,3anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  13. 13. writing searching + composing drawing a dog barks a dog barksQ W E R T Y UA S D F G H J ok1,2,3 1,2,3 anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  14. 14. ok a dog barks 1,2,3 Q W E R T Y U G H J a dog barks D F A S 1,2,3 a dog barks Q W E R T Y U A S D F G H J ok 1,2,3 1,2,3anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  15. 15. 1. Craft and DIY in School2. Computers and Pedagogy3. Square1 Hypothesis4. Qualitative Design Research Activities5. Future Steps anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  16. 16. Qualitative Design Research Activities• Participatory Design / Finnish children• Focus Group / Finnish teachers• Focus Group / German teachers• Participatory Design / US children• Iterative analysis and studio design work anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  17. 17. Participatory Design session and discussions3 Finnish children / 7 year old anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  18. 18. Design Studio prototype 1 anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  19. 19. Focus Group with 2 Finnish and 3 German teachers anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  20. 20. Design studio prototype 2 anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  21. 21. Participatory Design session26 female 4th and 5th grade studentsPublic School, Oakland, California (in collaboration with techGyrls) anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  22. 22. 1. Craft and DIY in School2. Computers and Pedagogy3. Square1 Hypothesis4. Qualitative Design Research Activities5. Future Steps anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  23. 23. Future steps Industrial Software Prototypes Prototypes Assembling InstructionsKeune, A., Leinonen, T. (2013). Square1 Prototype: Build your own devices for collaborative learning (forthcoming) anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013
  24. 24. hCp://lead.aalto.fi CBTecThank  you  for  your  aCen8on. Digita  Lessons  Finland Gemilo Mediamaisteri Wanha  Satama City  of  Hämeenlinna LeGroup,  Aalto  University TRIM,  University  of  Tampere HIIT,  Aalto  University anna.keune@aalto.fi                  .                  teemu.leinonen@aalto.fi                  .                  lead.aalto.fi                  .                  ITK  2013

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