Tamar Ronen-Fuhrmann

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The potential of design to support learning has been documented for a wide range of ages. In this research we explore the added value of engaging learners in a design process, with a target audience that received little attention in the learning-by-design literature, namely, graduate students in education. Our exploration of student learning is conducted as(More)
This paper describes a course in which graduate students learn practical and theoretical aspects of educational-design. The course was enacted with 14 students in education. Outcomes illustrate tensions between students' professed beliefs about learning and their actual design practices in four dimensions that characterize the technologies they designed:(More)
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