Curriculum-focused design

@inproceedings{Rode2003CurriculumfocusedD,
  title={Curriculum-focused design},
  author={Jennifer Ann Rode and Mark Stringer and Eleanor F. Toye and Amanda R. Simpson and Alan F. Blackwell},
  booktitle={IDC '03},
  year={2003}
}
In this paper we describe a technique of Curriculum-Focused Design, and the aspects of our research experience on which the technique is based. Our technique is a variant of Druin's Cooperative Inquiry. Cooperative Inquiry is a well-developed design practice for children, but it has been practised largely outside the classroom. Druin's technique has also been developed in American schools, which have greater curriculum flexibility than English schools, which are highly curriculum-focused. We… CONTINUE READING

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