Mining Pedagogical Patterns
Convention Ctr – 207A
Jutta Eckstein, Objects in Action,
Helen Sharp, City University
Mary Lynn Manns, University of North Carolina at Asheville

The aim of the Pedagogical Patterns Project is to capture experiences of learning and teaching object technology. We see patterns as a possibility for achieving this experience capture. The contributions to the project that have been collected cover a wide spectrum and come from a variety of backgrounds. At a previous workshop at EuroPLoP, we developed a mind map that shows the category and disciplines that pedagogical patterns should cover. This will form the basis for mining the patterns in the existing material. This workshop differs from both a regular pattern workshop and a pattern-mining workshop because the original authors will not be present and we will mine patterns from existing proto-patterns.


Tracks: Education; Patterns and Frameworks

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