Prototyping Feedback for Technology Enhanced Learning

Prototyping Feedback for Technology Enhanced Learning

Publication Type:
article-journal
Date Issued:
2016
Authors:
Dorian Cojocaru , Daniel Spikol , Anna Friesel , Mutlu Cukurova , Nina Valkanova , Raffaella Rovida , Razvan Tudor Tanasie
Publisher:
North atlantic university union
Language:
eng
Page:
144-151
Abstract:

The development of new educational technologies, in the area of practical activities is the main aim of the FP7 PELARS project. As part of the constructivist learning scenarios, according to the project proposal, the development and evaluation of technology designs are envisaged, for analytic data generation for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects, such as: technology solutions, infrastructure, activities, assessment, curricula, and classroom furniture and environment designs. Inside four EU national settings, three separate learning contexts are being dealt with - from secondary-level high school STEM learning environments to post-secondary level engineering classes and design studios. Given this experience and framework, the present paper provides a perspective on the importance of using such research experience and iterative prototyping in real learning environments for engineering students.

Keywords:
educational technology experiential learning prototype feedback