• A Design-based Research Strategy to Promote Scalability for Educational Innovations
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Tags/Keywords

scalability, design MUVE, curriculum design, design strategy

Copyright Status

2006 - EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY PUBLICATIONS

Citation

Clarke, J., Dede, C., Ketelhut, D. J., & Nelson, B. (2006). A Design-based Research Strategy to Promote Scalability for Educational Innovations. Educational Technology, 46(3 ), 27-36.

Resource Type

Papers and Reports

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Overview

This paper describes the implementation of the River City MUVE curriculum, a technology-based innovation designed to enhance engagement and learning in middle school science, in a range of educational contexts. Based on the studies, this paper offers examples of design strategies that can enhance "scalability": the ability to adapt an innovation to effective usage in a wide variety of contexts, including settings where major conditions for success are absent or attenuated.

Intended Audience

Researchers, Teachers/Educators

Topic Area

Physical Science, Biological Science

Authors

J. Clarke, C. Dede, D.J. Ketelhut, and B. Nelson

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