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Title: idSpace D1.2 - Templates of informal idSpace pedagogical strategies for creativity v1
Authors: Bitter-Rijpkema, Marlies
Pannekeet, Kees
Rutjens, Marjo
Sloep, Peter
Georgiakakis, Petros
Retalis, Simos
Keywords: idSpace
creativity
creativity support tools
design patterns
CSCL (computer supported collaborative learning
CSCW (computer supported collaborative work)
PD (pedagogical patterns)
flow patterns
Issue Date: 20-Feb-2009
Series/Report no.: Deliverable
Abstract: Based on theoretical insight on the state of art D.1.1 this deliverable introduces a pattern based approach to systematically construct configurable recommendations of teams working in idSpace. The “collaborative flow patterns for creativity” are based on pedagogical insight offering pedagogical strategies to support collaborative creativity for idSpace new product design. We present the idea of flow patterns, and how use of the pedagogically based flow patterns can positively influence learning processes involved in collaborative creation of new products. The design patterns propose dedicated action scenario’s to enhance creativity and collaboration as well as suggesting the creation of affording circumstances to enable productive learning. The concept of “flow patterns” is introduced as well as the factors that need to be taken into account when applying such a pattern in the context of idSpace.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/1831
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