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Using crises, feedback and fading for online task design

Using crises, feedback and fading for online task design
Using crises, feedback and fading for online task design
A recent discussion involves the elaboration on possible design principles for sequences of tasks. This paper builds on three principles, as described by Bokhove and Drijvers (2012a). A model with ingredients of crises, feedback and fading of sequences with near-similar tasks can be used to address both procedural fluency and conceptual understanding in an online environment. Apart from theoretical underpinnings, this is demonstrated by analyzing a case example from a study conducted in nine schools in the Netherlands. Together with quantitative results of the underlying study, it is showed that the model described could be a fruitful addition to the task design repertoire.

Una discusión reciente implica la elaboración de posibles principios para el diseño de secuencias de tareas. Este documento se basa en tres principios, descritos en Bokhove y Drijvers (2012a). Un modelo que comprende las componentes de crisis, realimentación y desvanecimiento de secuencias con tareas muy similares puede ser utilizado para abordar tanto la fluidez procedimental como la comprensión conceptual en un entorno en línea. Además de estar fundamentado teóricamente, esto se demuestra mediante el análisis de un ejemplo de caso de un estudio realizado en nueve centros educativos de los Países Bajos. Junto con los resultados cuantitativos del estudio subyacente, se muestra que el modelo descrito podría ser una incorporación útil en el repertorio del diseño de tareas.
crisis, design, fading, feedback, near-similar, sequence, task, desvanecimiento, diseño, realimentación, secuencia, tarea, tareas similares
1887-3987
127-138
Bokhove, Christian
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Bokhove, Christian
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Bokhove, Christian (2014) Using crises, feedback and fading for online task design. PNA, 8 (4), 127-138.

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A recent discussion involves the elaboration on possible design principles for sequences of tasks. This paper builds on three principles, as described by Bokhove and Drijvers (2012a). A model with ingredients of crises, feedback and fading of sequences with near-similar tasks can be used to address both procedural fluency and conceptual understanding in an online environment. Apart from theoretical underpinnings, this is demonstrated by analyzing a case example from a study conducted in nine schools in the Netherlands. Together with quantitative results of the underlying study, it is showed that the model described could be a fruitful addition to the task design repertoire.

Una discusión reciente implica la elaboración de posibles principios para el diseño de secuencias de tareas. Este documento se basa en tres principios, descritos en Bokhove y Drijvers (2012a). Un modelo que comprende las componentes de crisis, realimentación y desvanecimiento de secuencias con tareas muy similares puede ser utilizado para abordar tanto la fluidez procedimental como la comprensión conceptual en un entorno en línea. Además de estar fundamentado teóricamente, esto se demuestra mediante el análisis de un ejemplo de caso de un estudio realizado en nueve centros educativos de los Países Bajos. Junto con los resultados cuantitativos del estudio subyacente, se muestra que el modelo descrito podría ser una incorporación útil en el repertorio del diseño de tareas.

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Published date: 2014
Additional Information: Text in English, Spanish and Castilian.
Venue - Dates: ICMI Study 22: Task Design in Mathematics Education, 2013-07-22 - 2013-07-26
Keywords: crisis, design, fading, feedback, near-similar, sequence, task, desvanecimiento, diseño, realimentación, secuencia, tarea, tareas similares
Organisations: Mathematics, Science & Health Education

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Local EPrints ID: 352346
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/352346
ISSN: 1887-3987
PURE UUID: c146668f-b1b1-493e-a5f3-9067cf491b8b
ORCID for Christian Bokhove: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-4860-8723

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Date deposited: 19 Jun 2013 13:00
Last modified: 14 Mar 2019 01:35

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