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Title: Designing networked learning for innovation: A dimension perspective
Authors: Vrieling, Emmy
Keywords: networked learning
professional development
dimensions of social learning
Issue Date: 20-Sep-2016
Citation: Vrieling, E. (2016, 20 September). Designing networked learning for innovation: A dimension perspective. Presentation at Welten Conference ‘Practice-based research methods to guide desining for networked learning, Heerlen, The Netherlands.
Abstract: In her presentation, Emmy discusses a case study where a teacher group is followed in its innovative attempt to start up a new curriculum. Searching for guidelines to facilitate knowledge-creating teacher groups, the ‘Dimensions of Social Learning (DSL) Framework’ is applied as a starting point to assess the group's social configuration. To supplement the DSL Framework towards knowledge creation, social capital and value creation theories were studied. This has resulted in an extended framework that can bring the knowledge creation of teacher groups into view.
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