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Acceptance and Refusal: Examining conflicting goals within co-design
International Conference of the Learning Sciences
This case study examines a small co-design team within a larger multi-year designbased implementation research (DBIR) project. During the 2015-2016 school year, a group of teachers and researchers collaboratively designed and piloted four English language arts (ELA) project-based learning (PBL) curricular units. Teachers and researchers split into four teams, one of which was tasked with designing a project that examined relationships between humans and technology. Throughout this team's designdblp:conf/icls/Stamatis18 fatcat:kiksjipobfhzbgjcu6djctqndq