Opening the Doors of Classrooms for Technologies: Measures for Orchestrability

PIERRE DILLENBOURG, SINA SHAHMORADI, JENNIFER K. OLSEN

Abstract


Among learning technologies, only a few find their way into classrooms. The question remains how a learning technology should be designed for the classroom environment. It is not only important how technology supports learning but also how it can be integrated into the teaching process. In this regard, we propose a checklist in the form of twenty questions to evaluate the “orchestrability” of a learning technology. Orchestrability is how much technology supports teachers to manage learning activities in their classrooms. This work is a step toward developing a general guideline for integrating designing for orchestration and learning.

Keywords


Orchestrability; Learning Technologies; Classroom OrchestrationText


DOI
10.12783/dtssehs/ICEdDE2019/33673

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