Design for classroom orchestration

  title={Design for classroom orchestration},
  author={Pierre Dillenbourg},
  journal={Computers & Education},
Orchestration refers to how a teacher manages, in real time, multi-layered activities in a multi-constraints context. Many pedagogical scenarios integrate individual activities (e.g. reading), teamwork (e.g. problem solving) and class-wide activities (e.g. lectures). Some of these activities are computer-based, some not; some are face-to-facewhile others are online. This pedagogical integration is mirrored by the technical integration of different tools (simulations, quizzes, wikis, etc… CONTINUE READING
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