Design narratives: an intuitive scientific form for capturing design knowledge in education

Mor, Yishay (2011). Design narratives: an intuitive scientific form for capturing design knowledge in education. In: Sixth Chais Conference on Instructional Technologies Research: Learning in the Technological Era, 17 Feb 2011, Raanana, Israel, Open University, Israel, pp. 57–63.

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This paper provides a brief introduction to design-based research in education, its rationale and principles. It then highlights some of the challenges in reporting on design research, and proposes design narratives as a suitable form to address these challenges. Design narratives are characterized as a form of scientific discourse, and guidelines are proposed for their construction.

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