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References and Sources on Educational Design Research

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  1. 1. Herrera Vera Manuel
  2. 2. References and Sources on Educational Design Research OBJECTIVES Prove usefulness of sources for our own work Present an overview of relevant sources available Represent important perspectives and groups that are actively working in this domain. List references of a number of doctoral theses based on design research as a research approach.
  3. 3. Overview of sources Special issues of journals and books that have been published about design(- based) research. Besides a number of websites will be listed, design-based research methods for studying learning in context Special issues of journals • Educational Researcher 32(1), January/February 2003 The Design-Based Research Collective (2003). An emerging paradigm for educational inquiry. Educational Researcher, 32, 5-8. McCandliss, B.D., Kalchman, M., & Bryant, P. (2003). Design experiments and laboratory approaches to learning: Steps toward collaborative exchange. Educational Researcher, 32, 14-16. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 13(1), 2004 Kelly, A. (2004). Design research in education: Yes, but is it methodological? diSessa, A.A., & Cobb, P. (2004). Ontological innovation and the role of theory in design experiments. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 13(1), 77-103
  4. 4. • Educational Technology, 45(1), 2005 Dede, C. (2005). Why design-based research is both important and difficult. Educational Technology, 45(1), 5-8 Reeves, T.C. (2005). Design-based research in educational technology: Progress made, challenges remain. Educational Technology, 45(1), 48-52 • Educational Psychologist, 39(4), 2004 Sandoval, W.A., & Bell, P. L. (2004). Design-based research methods for studying learning in context: Introduction. Educational Psychologist, 39(4), 199-201 Tabak, I. (2004). Reconstructing context: Negotiating the tension between exogenous and endogenous educational design. Educational Psychologist, 39(4), 225-233 Overview of sources
  5. 5. Books  Van den Akker, J., Gravemeijer, K, McKenney, S.,& Nieveen, N. (Eds). (2006). Educational design research. London: Routledge. ISBN10: 0-415-39635-2 (pbk) (163 pages) The book reflects the various angles from which researchers in the domains of curriculum, instructional technology and (mathematics and science) education address the need to develop research based solutions (interventions) to problems for which no guidelines to solutions are available.  Kelly, A.E., Lesh, R.A. & Baek, J.Y. (Eds). (2008). Handbook of design research methods in education innovations in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics learning and teaching. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. ISBN: 978-0-8058- 6059-7 (pbk) (560 pages) The book involves introducing innovations into real-world practices and examining the impact of those designs on the learning process. Designed prototype applications and the research findings are then cycled back into the next iteration of the design innovation.  McKenney, S., & Reeves, T.C. (2012). Conducting educational design research. London / New York: Routledge. ISBN: 978-0-415- 61804-5 (pbk) (244 pages). Also as hardcover and e-book. The book integrates multiple perspectives of educational design research throughout this three-part book.  Reinking, D., & Bradley, B.A. (2008). On formative and design experiments: Approaches to language and literacy research. New York & London: Teachers College, Columbia University. ISBN: 978-0-8077-4841-1 (pbk) (134 pages) The book provides a nice introduction into formative and design experiments, a term synonymous for what we call design research and others design-based research.  Fishman, B.J., Penuel, W. R., Allen, A.-R., & Cheng, B.H. (Eds.). (In press). Design-based implementation research: Theories, methods, and exemplars. National Society for the Study of Education Yearbook. New York, NY: Teachers College Record. The book applies design-based perspectives and methods to address and study problems of implementation
  6. 6. Website Many websites for design research or design-based research  http://international.slo.nl/edr It has links to a number of publications related to this book published by SLO – Netherlands Institute for Curriculum Development  http://edutechwiki.unige.ch/en/Design-based_research It defines design-based research (DBR), discusses characteristics and present example approaches  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Design-based_research It is a nice introduction, but has an exclusive North-American orientation – no references seem to be included about design (based) research in other parts of the world.  http://projects.coe.uga.edu/dbr/index.htm  http://cider.athabascau.ca/CIDERSIGs/DesignBasedSIG/
  7. 7. Selected journal articles and book chapters Aken, J. van (2013). Design Science: Valid knowledge for socio-technical system design. This article shows how one can develop design science, valid knowledge produced by rigorous research to support designing, for the social world Akker, J. van den (1999). Principles and methods of development research1 . In J. van den Akker J.J.H. van den Akker, R. Branch, K. Gustafson, N.M. Nieveen, & Tj. Plomp. (Eds.). The purpose, a conceptual framework and some characteristics of development research in curriculum Eilks, I., & Ralle, B. (2002). Participatory Action Research in chemical education. In B. Ralle, & I. Eilks (Eds.), Research in Chemical Education - What does this mean? (pp. 87-98). The objective is to establish an accepted methodological foundation for education research, to fit curriculum development better to t Penuel, W.R., Fishman, B.J., Cheng, B.H., & Sabelli, N. (2011). Organizing research and development at the intersection of learning, implementation, and design. Educational Researcher, 40(7), 331-337he needs of practice. The approach represents an expansion of design research, which typically focuses on classrooms, to include development and testing of innovations
  8. 8. Domain of mathematics education Some references for design research cases in the domain of mathematics education. Bowers, J.S., Cobb, P., & McClain, K. (1999). The evolution of mathematical practices: A case study. Cognition and Instruction, 17, 25-64. Confrey, J., & Smith, E. (1995). Splitting, covariation, and their role in the development of exponential functions. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 26, 66- 86 Lehrer, R., & Schauble, L. (2004). Modeling natural variation through distribution. American Educational Research Journal, 41, 635-679. Simon, M.A. (1995). Reconstructing mathematics pedagogy from a constructivist perspective. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 26, 114-145
  9. 9. Domain of science education Burmeister, M., & Eilks, I. (2013). Using participatory action research to develop a course module on education for sustainable development in pre-service chemistry teacher education. Centre of Educational Policy Studies Journal, 3(1), 59-78. The student teachers stated that the module was interesting, relevant and valuable for their later profession as high school chemistry teachers. Höttecke, D., Henke, A., & Ries, F. (2012). Implementing history and philosophy in science teaching: Strategies, methods, results and experiences from the European HIPST project. Science & Education, 15(1), 1233-1261. The project benefited from the special skills, creative potentials and experiences of teachers and their capacities for evaluating the materials designed through the collaborative process. Kafai, Y.B., & Ching, C.C. (2001). Affordances of collaborative software design planning for elementary students’ science talk. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 10(3), 323-363. Focuses on which contexts gave rise to science talk. Studies a classroom with students divided into seven teams
  10. 10. Domain for source Abbott, S.P., Reed, E., Abbott, R.D., & Berninger, V.W. (1997). Year-long balanced reading/ writing tutorial: A design experiment used for dynamic assessment. Learning Disability Quarterly, 20(3), 249-263. Neuman, S.B. (1999). Books make a difference: A study of access to literacy. Reading Research Quarterly, 34(3), 286- 311. It examines the project’s impact and gives support for the physical proximity of books and the psychological support to child-care staff on children’s. analyses found significant gains on measures of orthographic and phonological coding, word identification. READING WRITING
  11. 11. Domain of instructional technology Reinking, D., & Watkins, J. (2000). A formative experiment investigating the use of multimedia book reviews to increase elementary students’ independent reading. Reading Research Quarterly, 35(3), 384-419. The study finds that the success of the intervention was related to the mediating effects of using technology Bannan-Ritland, B. (2003). The role of design in research: The integrative learning design framework. Educational Researcher, 32(1), 21-24. a general model is proposed for design research in education that grows out of the author’s research and work in related design fields. Reeves, T. (2006). Design research from a technology perspective. In: J. van den Akker, K. Gravemeijer, S. McKenney, & N. Nieveen (Eds.), Educational design research (pp. 52- 67). London: Routledge. e. It is proposed that progress in improving teaching and learning through technology may be accomplished using design research as an alternative model of inquiry.
  12. 12. Domain of curriculum • It explore the potential of the computer to support curriculum materials development within the context of secondary level science and mathematics education. McKenney, S., & van den Akker, J. (2005). Computer- based support for curriculum designers: A case of developmental research. Educational Technology Research & Development, 53(2), 41-66. • It improve the consistency of formative evaluation plans and activities; motivate developers by elevating their confidence in using formative evaluation activities; save time; and help to provide justifications for decisions made. Nieveen, N.M. (1999). Prototyping to reach product quality. In J.J.H. van den Akker, R. Branch, K. Gustafson, N.M.
  13. 13. SOME PHD THESES UTILIZING DESIGN RESEARCH AS A RESEARCH DESIGN Various PhD these have been written in which design research has been applied as the main research approach. Teclai Tecle, Andemariam (2006). The potential of a professional development scenario for supporting biology teachers in Eritrea. Doctoral thesis. Enschede (The Netherlands): University of Twente. Retrieved from http://purl.org/utwente/55985 Alayyar, G. (2011). Developing pre-service teacher competencies for ICT integration through design teams. Doctoral thesis. Enschede (The Netherlands): University of Twente. Retrieved from http://doc.utwente.nl/77918/1/thesis_G_Allayar.pdf • Domain of curriculum development, Akomaning, E. (2012). Improving student internship through collaborative curriculum design in Ghanaian polytechnics. Doctoral thesis. Enschede (The Netherlands): University of Twente. • Domain of distance education/mobile learning/networked learning. Shattuck, J. (2013) Training higher education adjunct faculty to teach online: A designbased research study. Doctoral dissertation. Athabasca University (Canada). Retrieved from https://dt.athabascau.ca/jspui/handle/10791/27 •Domain of instructional technology. Porcaro, D. (2011). Omani undergraduate student reactions to collaborative knowledge building: A design research study. Doctoral dissertation. University of Georgia (Athens, GA, USA). Retrieved from https://getd.libs.uga.edu/pdfs/porcaro_david_s_201105_phd.pdf •Domain of teacher education and professional development of teachers, •Domain of environmental education • Wynveen, B.J. (2013). Attaining sustainable behavior among non-environmentallymotivated individuals: A formative experiment. Doctoral thesis. Clemson University (South Carolina, USA). Retrieved from http://etd.lib.clemson.edu/documents/1371151621/ •Domain of literacy education • Tracy, K.N. (2009). A formative experiment investigating the use of nonfiction texts in writing workshop to assist fourth-grade readers and writers. Doctoral thesis. Clemson University (South Carolina, USA). Retrieved from http://etd.lib.clemson.edu/documents/1252424273/Tracy_clemson _0050D_10292.pdf
  14. 14. Colwell, J. (2012). A formative experiment to promote disciplinary literacy in middle-school and pre- service teacher education through blogging. Doctoral dissertation. Clemson University (South Carolina, USA). Retrieved from http://etd.lib.clemson.edu/do cuments/1349104087/ Domain of mathematics education, Bakker, A. (2004). Design research in statistics education : on symbolizing and computer tools. Doctoral thesis. Utrecht (The Netherlands): University of Utrecht. Retrieved from http://igitur- archive.library.uu.nl/dissertations/2 004-0513-153943/inhoud. htm Domain of school effectiveness • Archer, E. (2010). Bridging the gap: optimising a feedback system for monitoring learner performance. Pretoria: University of Pretoria. Doctoral thesis. Retrieved from http://upetd.up.ac.za/thesis/availab le/etd-02022011-124942/ Domain of science education, Tilya, F.D. (2003). Teacher support for the use of MBL in activity-based physics teaching in Tanzania. Doctoral thesis. Enschede (The Netherlands): University of Twente. Retrieved from http://purl.org/utwente/41462 • Westbroek, H.B. (2005). Characteristics of meaningful chemistry education - The case of water quality. Doctoral thesis. Utrecht (The Netherlands): University of Utrecht. Retrieved from http://igitur- SOME PHD THESES UTILIZING DESIGN RESEARCH AS A RESEARCH DESIGN

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