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01. September 2016, 14.00 Uhr c.t.
(ACHTUNG | SONDERTERMIN AUSSER DER REIHE! )
Universität Bremen | GW2 | B2900




Prof. Mathilde (Tilde) Bekker, Ph.D.
Eindhoven University of Technology | Department of Industrial Design, User Centered Design Group

Teaching design thinking and digital literacy through
DesignBased Learning in schools

Much is changing in primary and secondary school education. This provides opportunities to create new
solutions for teachers and for children. Children need to be prepared appropriately for their future, by learning
`21st century skills' (e.g. collaboration, digital literacy, critical thinking and reflection), and each individual child
is encouraged to work in his/her own learning style and on his/her own interests. Teachers are thus are no
longer providing the same education for all students, but offer `differentiated instruction'. Many opportunities
arise for technology to support these news ways of working in the classroom. Children can for example use
technology toolkits in a designbased learning approach to develop digital literacy and design thinking skills. A
major challenge is, to develop an easy to use and flexible digital toolkit /learning environment that fits with the
specific learning goals for digital literacy and course specific learning goals. Embedded technologies could
support teachers in keeping track of students' development, remembering what each student is working on,
managing diverse time schedules, stimulating students, etc. We have conducted design explorations with input
from diverse stakeholders, such as teachers, children, publishers and educational scientists to examine how to
develop an integrated designbased learning approach for the school context. Based on the design explorations
insights are described about requirements for solutions that support a designbased learning process.

Biografie
Dr.ir. M.M. (Tilde) Bekker (1964) is an Associate Professor in User Centered Engineering at the department of
Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology. She has a Master degree and a PhD in Industrial Design
(Delft University of Technology). She leads and participates in research projects on designing for playful
interactions and playful learning. Her main research interests are designing for playful interactions between
multiple people and multiple objects or systems, design for persuasion, design for learning and designing
products for children and older adults. Her current research and teaching include User Focus and Perspective
Basics, Design Research, Design Thinking, Interaction Design for Children and Elderly, User Centered Design
Methodologies, Design for Teaching and Learning, and Persuasive Technologies.

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