Digital Didactical Designs

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Point of Contact: Isa Jahnke at jahnkei@missouri.edu
Are you interested in studying the relation of teachers’ designs for learning and students outcomes in a tablet 1:1 program? Digital Didactical Design (DDD) is an approach that engages teachers in designing for tablet/technology-mediated learning. The project ask, in what ways teachers use ipads/technology, for what kinds of teaching activities and learning activities, and how are these designs connected to the student learning outcomes. We use the five-layer DDD-model (Jahnke, 2015) for studying the designs and then, we relate the teacher designs to student outcomes such as products created with different apps. The project helps teachers to evaluate and reflect on their designs for learning with the aim to promote student learning progress.