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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Hokanson, Brad. Gibbons, Andrew S..
Title Statement
Design in educational technology : design thinking, design process, and the design studio / Brad Hokanson, Andrew Gibbons, editors.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cham :   Springer,   2014.  
Physical Medium
x, 273 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
기타형태 저록
Online version:   Design in educational technology : design thinking, design process, and the design studio   9783319009278   (211009) 000046043379  
Series Statement
Educational Communications and Technology: Issues and Innovations ;1
ISBN
9783319009261 9783319009278 (electronic bk.)
요약
This volume, representing the best papers presented at the 2012 AECT Summer Research Symposium, focuses on the conscious adoption of aspects of design thinking, evident in a range of divergent professions (including business, government, and medicine), extended to the field of education. Design thinking is future oriented, concerned with "the conception and realization of new things," and at its core is focused on "planning, inventing, making, and doing" (Cross, 1997, p.1), all of which are of value to the field of educational technology. Chapters in the volume focus on design thinking, design process, and the design studio and were solicited from the general membership of the Association of Educational Communications and Technology and then evaluated by a panel of experts and the two symposium co-chairs. Examples and experiences from outside the traditional boundaries of instructional design and educational technology enriched and balanced the discussion. This dynamic and multidisciplinary structure forms the basis and the inspiration for the chapters of this book. From their own viewpoints, from their own academic venues, fifteen authors express their diverse experience and views of design in a process fashioned to elicit and develop their best ideas and explanations. This is the ideal book for instructional designers, researchers in educational technology and instructional technology, and anyone interested in finding both new models of designing and new ways to connect theory to the development of a wide range of educational products.
General Note
Online version: Design in educational technology : design thinking, design process, and the design studio 9783319009278
Content Notes
Introduction -- Design, Designers and Reflection-in-Action -- Eight Views of Instructional Design and What They Should Mean to Instructional Designers -- Critical Issues in Studio Pedagogy: Beyond the Mystique and Down to Business -- In Education We All Want to Be Nice: Lessons Learned from a Multidisciplinary Design Studio -- Instructional Design in a Studio Environment: What Happens When Design Meets Hollywood? -- Understanding and Examining Design in Action with Cultural Historical Activity Theory -- Instructional Design Cases: Documenting precedent in instructional design -- The Many Facets of Design and Research in Instructional Design -- Reconceptualizing Instructional Message Design: Toward the Development of a New Guiding Framework -- Development of Design Judgment in Instructional Design: Perspectives from Instructors, Students and Instructional Designers -- Ethics as Design: Rethinking Professional Ethics as Part of the Design Domain -- EDISYS: A Tool for Enhancing Design Inquiry Systems -- Design-Thinking for Engineering Quality Instructional Design Processes Through Leadership Competencies and Modeling -- Design Thinking and Higher Education Administration -- The Half-Known World.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Educational technology --Design --Congresses.
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Table of Contents

Introduction 1) Design, Designers and Reflection-in-Action 2) Eight Views of Instructional Design and What They Should Mean to Instructional Designers 3) Critical Issues in Studio Pedagogy: Beyond the Mystique and Down to Business 4) In Education We All Want to Be Nice: Lessons Learned from a Multidisciplinary Design Studio 5) Instructional Design in a Studio Environment: What Happens When Design Meets Hollywood? 6) Understanding and Examining Design in Action with Cultural Historical Activity Theory 7) Instructional Design Cases: Documenting precedent in instructional design 8) The Many Facets of Design and Research in Instructional Design 9) Reconceptualizing Instructional Message Design: Toward the Development of a New Guiding Framework 10) Development of Design Judgment in Instructional Design: Perspectives from Instructors, Students and Instructional Designers 11) Ethics as Design: Rethinking Professional Ethics as Part of the Design Domain 12) EDISYS: A Tool for Enhancing Design Inquiry Systems 13) Design-Thinking for Engineering Quality Instructional Design Processes Through Leadership Competencies and Modeling 14) Design Thinking and Higher Education Administration 15) The Half-Known World


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