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Educators' enactment of design principles during implementation

Educators' enactment of design principles during implementation

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... unit has been developed to include fourteen Curricular Design Principles for Inclusivity [21], identified through previous research studies to support student learning, in four overarching categories: Set learning in a real-world context, present design challenges that are authentic to engineering practice, scaffold student work, and demonstrate that everyone can engineer. The Curricular Design Principles are detailed under Findings in Table 3. ...
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... enactment of design principles, researchers first identified the principles that were purposefully designed into each activity by the curriculum developers. Next, for each design principle present in the activity, researchers identified episodes of enactment aligned with the principle (Table 3). For enactment of activities to support lesson purpose and learning goals, researchers quantified the extent the educator introduced the activity purpose to the youth and the extent the educator discussed the key takeaways with the youth on a three-level scale of (0) absent, (1) present to some degree and (2) explicitly referenced (Tables 4-7). ...
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... induction was used for data analysis, with preliminary codes confirmed or refuted and developed into themes [23]. Table 3 below summarizes the total scores for each educator's enactment of the curricular design principles that were written into the curriculum. Not all design principles were included in each activity. ...
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... scores for each educator were given only if a design principle was present. Following Table 3, a case study is presented for each educator using both lenses of analysis. ...
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... 1 implements many of the principles curricula developers designed into the activity, but not all (Table 3). For instance, he often skips opportunities to describe how engineers help solve real-world problems. ...
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... educator's implementation is aligned with principles designed into the curricula (Table 3). Particularly striking is her fostering of youth agency as engineers. ...
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... educator enacts many curricular design principles (Table 3). At the beginning of the unit she reminds youth about the iterative nature of engineering design and the importance of improving on one's design: ...
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... unit has been developed to include fourteen Curricular Design Principles for Inclusivity [21], identified through previous research studies to support student learning, in four overarching categories: Set learning in a real-world context, present design challenges that are authentic to engineering practice, scaffold student work, and demonstrate that everyone can engineer. The Curricular Design Principles are detailed under Findings in Table 3. ...
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... enactment of design principles, researchers first identified the principles that were purposefully designed into each activity by the curriculum developers. Next, for each design principle present in the activity, researchers identified episodes of enactment aligned with the principle (Table 3). For enactment of activities to support lesson purpose and learning goals, researchers quantified the extent the educator introduced the activity purpose to the youth and the extent the educator discussed the key takeaways with the youth on a three-level scale of (0) absent, (1) present to some degree and (2) explicitly referenced (Tables 4-7). ...
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... induction was used for data analysis, with preliminary codes confirmed or refuted and developed into themes [23]. Table 3 below summarizes the total scores for each educator's enactment of the curricular design principles that were written into the curriculum. Not all design principles were included in each activity. ...
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... scores for each educator were given only if a design principle was present. Following Table 3, a case study is presented for each educator using both lenses of analysis. ...
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... 1 implements many of the principles curricula developers designed into the activity, but not all (Table 3). For instance, he often skips opportunities to describe how engineers help solve real-world problems. ...
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... educator's implementation is aligned with principles designed into the curricula (Table 3). Particularly striking is her fostering of youth agency as engineers. ...
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... educator enacts many curricular design principles (Table 3). At the beginning of the unit she reminds youth about the iterative nature of engineering design and the importance of improving on one's design: ...

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... Another body of evidence that contributed to understanding professional development needs involved systematic observations of OST educators and youth participants during implementation of PLANETS units (Bloom et al., 2019). The purpose of the case study research was to examine how the OST materials affected learners' engineering attitudes and thinking and how the educators supported STEM learning. ...