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Título: CTD-0: Developing an online course on curriculum theory and studying how to do it
Autor: Sousa, Francisco
Palavras-chave: Curriculum
Curriculum Design Research
e-Learning
Data: 2013
Editora: University of Minho
Citação: Sousa, F. (2013). "CTD-0: Developing an online course on curriculum theory and studying how to do it". In J. A. Pacheco et al. (Orgs.), «Proceedings of the European Conference on Curriculum Studies. Future Directions: Uncertainty and Possibility» (pp. 841-847). Braga: University of Minho. ISBN 978-989-8525-25-3.
Resumo: Curriculum Design Research (CDR) is a branch of educational design research whereby the development of a curriculum or part of it is systematically studied, with a strong focus on the evaluation of successive prototypes of the product being developed. This paper discusses how CDR has been used to study the development of CTD-O, which is a course on Curriculum Theory and Development that started to be taught totally online in 2011/12 in an institution where the full virtualization of a course is still a rare phenomenon. I will describe and discuss the evaluation of prototype 1 (2011/12) and prototype 2 (2012/13) of CTD-O, which was very successful. Most students stated, via questionnaires, that, if they could move back in time and decide whether to take the course online or offline, they would take it online.
Descrição: Proceedings of the European Conference on Curriculum Studies. Future Directions: Uncertainty and Possibility.Braga: University of Minho, October 18 and 19, 2013.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.3/2471
ISBN: 978-989-8525-25-3
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