Using patterns to design technology-enhanced learning scenarios
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Research on designing for learning is a field that has concentrated a lot of efforts in the context of technology-enhanced settings. This scenario has demonstrated the need to represent learning scenarios using a more formal perspective.
This paper reviews some representation mechanisms which enable the systematic design of learning issues in technological settings, and proposes an approach that applies pattern notations in an effort to better understand and prepare for different learning context.
A case study is also described to show the application of these scenarios in a specific technology-enhanced setting for teaching computing curricula. This application is based on the use of digital ink technologies and demonstrates how patterns may be able to mediate between pedagogical and technical issues.