REVIEW QUESTIONS

  • 1. What is the interrelationship between design and research in education?
  • 2. In what ways are the two living laboratory examples similar or different?
  • 3. What were the main stages for the iterative design research in the educational living laboratory according to the two examples?
  • 4. What roles did the researchers play, or what responsibilities did the researchers assume, in the educational living laboratory?
  • 5. What were the roles of technology in scaffolding students’ ill-structured problem-solving and in collecting data for design research?
  • 6. How were various inquiry methods and research tools used to achieve different research and evaluation purposes?
  • 7. How did various stakeholders contribute to the development of the sociotechnical systems?

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