Learning-by-Design: Combining a Pedagogical Framework and ePublishing Medium to Create, Plan and Share Teaching Practice
This paper reports on the progress of two Australian Research Council (ARC) funded projects involving the use of an innovative pedagogical framework and epublishing medium.
||Australian Research Council, Pedagogical Framework, ePublishing Medium, Australian Teachers, Teaching Practice
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 7, pp.29-36.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 873.648KB).
Dr. Peter Burrows has an eclectic work background covering a variety of disciplines. In 2004 he completed a practice-based PhD-thesis-in-three-dimensions exploring the intersections of art, philosophy, management and education. Since June 2004 he has worked as a Senior Research Fellow with the RMIT University funded Learning by Design Project investigating the potential for teaching practices that are more mindful, pedagogically richer and more inclusive. In this role he has coordinated researchers in various parts of Australia. Between 2000-2002 he worked as a founding member of the multidisciplinary research group 'The Telstra Home Team' where he worked on a variety of research projects ranging from early childhood education to internet for seniors. Since 1999 Peter has lectured at RMIT University in management and industrial design. He also teaches business research methods at the Singapore Institute of Management. Prior to 1999 he worked as a senior manager and change agent at Australia Post.
Dr. Daria Loi is Senior Research Fellow at the Globalism Institute and Lecturer in Industrial Design at RMIT University. Since the late 1990s she has been involved in a number of research endeavours: ARC Researcher in 1999; member of multidisciplinary Telstra Home Team at the Interactive Information Institute (1999-2001); Research Fellow in the Australian Federal Government-funded C2C project (2001-2002); and Visiting Researcher at IADE in Portugal (2004). Dr. Loi has presented her work in Europe, Australia, the USA and Canada and her practice revolves around: arts-based inquiry and qualitative research; Participatory Design; HCI and tangible media; trans- and post-disciplinarity; collaborative practices; and constructivist learning/teaching. Her PhD thesis-in-a-suitcase has been presented in a number of occasions and countries to support the debate on art-based inquiry and to foster its adoption within academic contexts. Her suitcase is also used as a consultancy tool to foster collaborative practices and in 2005 she was invited to include a copy of this thesis in the collection of the Centre for Arts-Informed Research at the University of Toronto. Her work and publications are available at: http://www.darialoi.com
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