CARSS: A Framework for Learner-Centred Design with Children

  title={CARSS: A Framework for Learner-Centred Design with Children},
  author={Judith Good and Judy Robertson},
  journal={I. J. Artificial Intelligence in Education},
Learner-centred design (LCD) is a nebulous concept. It can range from attempts to design with the needs of the learner at the forefront, to involving the learner at various stages of the design process, sometimes throughout the whole process. In addition, learner-centred design involving children implies additional issues which do not present themselves when using an LCD approach with adults. In this paper, we argue that current LCD frameworks do not consider the full range of issues necessary… CONTINUE READING
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