Educational design research - Part A: An introduction
Part A provides an introduction into educational design research as a suitable research approach either to address complex problems in educational practice or to develop or validate theories (e.g.) about learning processes, learning environments and the like.
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Educational design research - Part B: Illustrative cases
Part B contains a collection of 51 examples of successful educational design research projects written by researchers from more than 20 countries. These examples enable graduate students and novice researchers to learn how to design and conduct a project utilizing an educational design research approach.
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"Your work is an extremely inspiring source of information for me as well as for my students. " (Jana Strakova, University of Prague, Czech Republic)
"I have down loaded the entire work. There are so many sections that are relevant to our work. Congratulations. " (Patrick Griffin, University of Melbourne, Australia).
"Your book interests me a lot because design research will be of great help to address the complex problems in education. … I have carefully read two papers from Part B. The cases are good responds to the question what does exactly design research mean, and how to conduct design research in the real settings. … It is really a great source. " (Wei Quihong, Jiangxi Normal University, PRChina)
"It really seems significant and shows progress in the use of design research. … It is great that it is free!!! I will certainly make sure that my students get to use it. "(Seugnet Blignaut, North/West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa)
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