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Title: Designing to Disrupt While Encountering Disruption: Engaging With the Unexpected in Educational Research and Practice
Authors: Stamatis, Kristina M.
Clarke, Sherice N.
Polman, Joseph L.
Gates, Zaynab
Lee, Ung-Sang
Van, Marcus
Nagashima, Tomohiro
Yadav, Gautam
Aleven, Vincent
Oswald, Emily
Esborg, Line
Pierroux, Palmyre
Riedy, Robbin
Farrell, Caitlin
Penuel, William R.
Resnick, Alison
Singleton, Corinne
S, Sushil
Sommer, Stephen
Tran, Trang C.
Palomar, Marlene
Mckoy, Ashieda
Ortega, Brenda Aguirre
Palomar, Fabiola
Tran, Trang B.
Widman, Sari
Chan, Jenny Yun-Chen
Closser, Avery H.
Ngo, Vy
Smith, Hannah
Liu, Allison S.
Ottmar, Erin R.
Yu, Junnan
Keywords: Learning Sciences
Issue Date: 2023
Publisher: International Society of the Learning Sciences
Citation: Stamatis, K. M., Clarke, S. N., Polman, J. L., Gates, Z., Lee, U., Van, M., Nagashima, T., Yadav, G., Aleven, V., Oswald, E., Esborg, L., Pierroux, P., Riedy, R., Farrell, C., Penuel, W. R., Resnick, A., Singleton, C., S, S., Sommer, S., Tran, T. C., Palomar, M., Mckoy, A., Ortega, B. A., Palomar, F., Tran, T. B., Widman, S., Chan, J. Y., Closser, A. H., Ngo, V., Smith, H., Liu, A. S., Ottmar, E. R., & Yu, J. (2023). Designing to disrupt while encountering disruption: Engaging with the unexpected in educational research and practice. In Blikstein, P., Van Aalst, J., Kizito, R., & Brennan, K. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of the Learning Sciences - ICLS 2023 (pp. 1676-1685). International Society of the Learning Sciences.
Abstract: This symposium brings together eleven projects across three continents to examine notions of disruption in educational research. Historically, notions of disruption have pointed to the ways research leverages innovation and transformative practice. However, amid global pandemic and intersecting unrest, the authors in this session recognize the need for deeper conversation across contexts to understand the ways that educational research in the learning sciences can leverage disruption toward transformational learning. To respond to this year’s call for building and sustaining knowledge in community, we seek to foster conversation about the ways that designed for and encountered disruptions act as opportunities for critical reflection and new kinds of engagement in educational research. Together, we examine various notions of disruption as they exist in our disparate work. We seek to provoke meaningful conversations about the ways educational research can embody the contemporary realities of learning with and toward disruption.
Description: Symposium
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