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Designs for Learning
71 Publications
OpenAIRE 3.0 (OA, funding)


  • A Bit More than a Fly on the Wall: Roles and Responsibilities in Design-Based Research

    Iversen, Elisabeth; Jónsdóttir, Guðrún (2018)
    This article highlights roles and responsibilities in design-based research (DBR) by analysing the micro-communication processes between two science teachers and one researcher. Despite DBR being a practice-oriented methodology, we know little about micro-communication processes with regard to how roles and responsibilities are fulfilled and perceived. We draw upon certain concepts from frame analysis when exploring three areas of concern: (1) the participants’ framing of their own and each o...

    The Pedagogical Text – an important element in the textual world? Reflections on the concepts of ’text’, ’context’ and ’literacy culture’

    Aamotsbakken, Bente (2008)
    What do we actually mean when we talk about ‘text’? By asking such a broad, yet challenging question, we become aware of what is problematic about this field of study. Nowadays it is necessary to have quite an open attitude when the concept or concepts of ‘text’ are discussed. This is because there are so many ways in which researchers approach ‘text’. We must decide which perspectives we wish to operate with, and then distinguish ‘text’ from that which does not fall within this definition.1...

    Interview with Birgitte Holm Sørensen

    Fredrik Lindstrand (2009)
    In this issue of Designs for Learning our readers are invited to make further acquaintance with professor Birgitte Holm Sørensen, as she gives an account of the interests and influences that have formed a background to the development of her theoretical approach to educational/didactic design.

    Students’ Redesign of Mandatory Assignments in Teacher Education

    Drange, Eli-Marie D.; Rambø, Gro-Renée; Birkeland, Nils Rune (2017)
    This article explores specific aspects of literacy practices in teacher education in Norway, building upon data collected within the research project 'Digital literacy and use of learning resources in teacher education in Norway' (DigiGLU). Our main aim is to explore how teachers in different subject courses in teacher education (TE) design mandatory assignments, and how students respond to these designs. After the extensive TE-reform in 2010, in revised plans and documents guiding profession...

    Students’ use of learning resources for writing in physics and Norwegian

    Askeland, Norunn; Aamotsbakken, Bente (2013)
    In this article we discuss dilemmas and paradoxes in the use of learning resources and the need to list sources when writing, issues that are relevant for students as well as for teachers and authors of textbooks. We draw on experience from a Norwegian research project investigating students’ writing in two subjects: physics and Norwegian in senior high and university. We study the genres used when students write in order to get knowledge and skills, and we have a special interest in the use ...
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