ICLS 2014 Proceedings
Learners’ physical performances can serve as focal objects for reflection and insight across a variety of contexts and content areas. This session brings together a set of projects that leverage the physical performances of learners, construct concrete and abstract representations of those performances, and investigate how learners reflect on and understand the relationships between their performances and target content—physics, health and fitness, data literacy and navigation, animal foraging, and climate change. The session will share findings and design principles from each of the studies around constructing technological scaffolds for physical performance reflections. The symposium highlights the various ways performance can be used to engage learners, and how different settings and learning goals affect the designs of performance representations.
Moher, Tom; Ching, Cynthia Carter; Schaefer, Sara; Lee, Victor R.; Enyedy, Noel; Danish, Joshua; Guerra, Paulo; Gnoli, Alessandro; Jimenez, Priscilla; Lopez-Silva, Brenda; Lyons, Leilah; Perritano, Anthony; Slattery, Brian; Tissenbaum, Mike; Slotta, James; Cober, Rebecca; and Fong, Cresencia, "Becoming Reflective: Designing for Reflection on Physical Performances" (2014). Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences Faculty Publications. Paper 490.
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