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Informing learning design with learning analytics to improve teacher inquiry

Abstract : This paper proposes an analysis of current research in learning design (LD), a field aiming to improve the quality of educational interventions by supporting their design and fostering the sharing and re-use of innovative practices among educators. This research area, at the moment, focuses on three main strands: the representations that can be used as a common language to communicate about designs, the methodological approaches to learning design and the tools that support the design process. For each of the three strands, the current landscape is discussed, pointing at open issues and indicating future research perspectives, with particular attention to the contribution that learning analytics can make to transform learning design from a craft, based on experience, intuition and tacit knowledge, into a mature research area, grounded on data concerning the learning process and hence supporting enquiry while teachers design, run and evaluate the learning process.
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Donatella Persico, Francesca Pozzi. Informing learning design with learning analytics to improve teacher inquiry. British Journal of Educational Technology, Wiley, 2015, 46 (2), pp.230-248. ⟨10.1111/bjet.12207⟩. ⟨hal-03196279⟩

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