Learning by Design

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Common Ground, Jan 1, 2005 - Education - 323 pages
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People learn naturally‚they learn from living, growing and having experiences. This is called informal learning (everyday learning). Schooling and education are about designing experiences for people to learn. This is called formal learning (learning by design). The best of formal learning accounts for and integrates informal learning into its patterns and routines. The Learning by Design approach provides the tools for teachers to reflect on, design, share and documents the learning experiences they create for their students. At the core of the Learning by Design tools is set of ideas which developed from the work of the Multiliteracies project. [p.6].
 

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Contents

Introduction
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LEARNING IN THEORY
1
New Learning
3
The Knowledge Society
15
The Conditions of Learning
37
Curriculum
53
Pedagogy
69
Measuring Learning
89
Learning by Design A Marriage of Theory and Practice
159
The Emergence of Pedagogical Mentors The Projectconsultants
177
The Role of the Teacher as Theoryenactor and Authorpublisher
197
Professional Learning and Enacting Theory Or Trying to be a LifelongLifewide TeacherLearner while Hanging on to Your Sanity
217
Innovation in Queensland Education Multiliteracies in Action
231
Effective Teaching and Learning Pedagogy and Multiliteracies
257
Approaching Learning by Design as an Agenda for Malaysian Schools
285
References
315

The Learning by Design Framework
99
Creating Common Educational Knowledge
137
LEARNING IN PRACTICE
157
About the Authors
321
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