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Title: Bridging the Gap between Instructional Design and Double Loop Learning
Authors: Spoelstra, Howard
Rusman, Ellen
Van Bruggen, Jan
Koper, Rob
Matera, Maristella
Keywords: Instructional Design
Double Loop Learning
Virtual Company
Work flow systems
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: IGI Publishing
Abstract: The implementation of double loop learning based educational scenarios in instructional designs in workflow-like e-learning systems appears to be showing a gap; whereas the former assumes that processes can be reflected upon and can be modified or amended by the learners, the latter only predefines a limited set of rigid instructional processes.. However, an important advantage of instructional designs implemented in workflow-like e-learning systems using modelling standards is the ease with which they can be exchanged with other (educational) institutions. The workflow environment described here aims to make learner reflection and change to instructional processes feasible while maintaining portability. We present a description of the implementation of the pedagogical scenario of the “Virtual Company” in our workflow environment that makes use of dynamic workflow processes. Learners are provided with process building blocks, called “atomic actions” which they can use to create and revise processes “on the fly”, thus supporting double-loop learning.
Description: Spoelstra, H., Rusman, E., Van Bruggen, J., Koper, R., & Matera, M. (2008). Bridging the Gap Between Instructional Design and Double-Loop Learning. International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies, 3(1), 79-89.
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