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Using a collective intelligence scenario-based design approach to develop a collaboration ecosystem supporting the authorship of pedagogically valuable e-books for children
(The Journal of Literacy and Technology, 2017)
Literacy is a universal public good, essential to the overall, effective functioning of civil society through its foundational contribution to personal well-being and active citizenship. The extant research shows that ...
R-NEST: Design-based research for technology-enhanced reflective practice in initial teacher education
(Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, 2015)
This paper reports research into developing digital storytelling (DST) to enhance reflection within a specific professional learning context - that of a programme of teacher education while concomitantly producing a ...
Enhancing children's literacy skills: designing the Q-Tales ecosystem for children's e-book design and publication
Digital media, interactive storytelling and e-books are ubiquitous in contemporary education, and consequently play an increasingly important role in the development of children s nascent and emergent literacy. Digital ...
Educational narrative inquiry through design-based research: designing digital storytelling to make alternative knowledge visible and actionable
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2018-03-24)
This paper describes the conceptualisation and appropriation of narrative in the design of digital storytelling technology (DST), to augment reflective practice among Irish pre-service teachers. Reflective practice remains ...