Supporting critical design dialog

@inproceedings{Kehoe2001SupportingCD,
  title={Supporting critical design dialog},
  author={Colleen M. Kehoe and Mark Guzdial},
  year={2001}
}
The goal of this research was to understand how to support critical design dialog among peers and experts in different learning environments. Critical design dialog (CDD) is a pedagogical technique in which students, educators, and others discuss students' design projects to help them improve their projects and learn from their activities. Research in other fields such as education, cognitive science, and design learning provide a rationale for why critical design dialog can be useful in… CONTINUE READING

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