Undergrads and (non presenters) select one of the following for your reflection post.
A. Activity System Theory
Greeno, J. (2014). Learning in activity. In R.K. Sawyer (Ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of the Learning Sciences. (pp. 79-96). New York: Cambridge University Press
B. Ecology of Resources (EoR)
Luckin, Rosemary. "The learner centric ecology of resources: A framework for using technology to scaffold learning." Computers & Education 50.2 (2008): 449-462.
Presenting Teams: Divvy up the readings, and then meet as a group to dicuss them and plan 15-minute group presentation to the class with your review of either Activity System or Ecology of Resources theory. Include a brief overview of the framework, a description of research methods/techniques used, summarize the findings, and then mostly talk to us about the usefulness (or not) of these approaches in your view for researching and designing technology enhanced learning environments. Feel free to be creative in your presentation or involve the class in an activity, anything that helps us understand the reading and the ideas, especially in relation to our design work. Talk about how you may take ideas about from these readings as you start to plan your User Study 3 questions and protocol.
Additional Readings & Resources for Activity System Presenters
Additional Readings & Resources for (EoR) Presenters
Luckin, Rosemary et al. (2013) The Handbook of Design in Educational Technology.