Design-activity-sequence: A case study and polyphonic analysis of learning in a digital design thinking workshop

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Wheeler, Penny, Trausan-Matu, Stefan, Donaldson, Jonan Phillip and Barany, Amanda. (2018) Design-activity-sequence: A case study and polyphonic analysis of learning in a digital design thinking workshop. United Kingdom: International Society of the Learning Sciences. pp. 1663 - 1664
AuthorsWheeler, Penny, Trausan-Matu, Stefan, Donaldson, Jonan Phillip and Barany, Amanda
Abstract

In this case study, we report on the outcomes of a one-day workshop on design thinking attended by participants from the Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning conference in Philadelphia in 2017. We highlight the interactions between the workshop design, structured as a design thinking process around the design of a digital environment for design thinking, and the diverse backgrounds and interests of its participants. Data from in-workshop reflections and post-workshop interviews were analyzed using a novel set of analytical approaches, a combination the facilitators made by possible by welcoming participants as coresearchers.

KeywordsDesign thinking; polyphony; design learning
Year2018
JournalRethinking learning in the digital age: making the learning sciences count: 13th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) 2018
PublisherInternational Society of the Learning Sciences
ISSN1573-4552
Open accessOpen access
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Journal citation3, pp. 1663 - 1664
Page range1663 - 1664
ISBN9781732467224
Research GroupLearning and Teaching Centre
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Place of publicationUnited Kingdom
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