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International Journal of Designs for Learning

Jun 09, 2014 Volume 5, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Engaging Multiple Teams to Design a Blended Learning Course

    Monica Tracey & Tamme Grzebyk

    In the following design case, a blended learning program was designed and developed for parents interested in improving their parenting skills with their children. Numerous design teams developed... More

  2. REAL: The Technology-Enabled, Engaged, and Active Learning Classroom

    Young Lee, Eric Boatman, Steven Jowett & Brendan Guenther

    This design case highlights a new initiative, the technology-rich active learning classrooms at Michigan State University. The classrooms are intended to promote student engagement, collaborative... More

  3. Design as a Platform to Build Deep Sustainability: Reflections Around an Ideation Exercise with Portuguese Schools

    Denis Hickel

    This design case describes an ideation process designed to be held with some of the schools of the Municipality of Torres Novas, Portugal, where the students were invited to imagine their school in... More

  4. Longitudinal Design Case of a University Preservice Technology Integration Curriculum Shaped By Its Sociopolitical Context

    Lisa Yamagata-Lynch & Lara Luetkehans

    This design case describes the work of two designers related to a longitudinal university preservice technology integration course series. We anchored the discussion of our case with various design... More

  5. Nursing Pain Assessment & Management: A 3D Interactive Simulation

    Enilda Romero-Hall, Ginger Watson, Yiannis Papelis & Hector Garcia

    In this design case, a team developed a 3D interactive simulation for nursing students and professional nurses to train and practice pain assessment and management procedures. In the simulation... More

  6. Synchromodal Classes: Designing for Shared Learning Experiences Between Face-to-Face and Online Students

    John Bell, Sandra Sawaya & William Cain

    This paper introduces the efforts of the CEPSE/COE Design Studio at Michigan State University to design and implement synchromodal classes for the Educational Psychology and Educational Technology ... More