Exploring instantaneous speed in fifth grade

H.T. de Beer, K.P.E. Gravemeijer, M.W. van Eijck

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Abstract

This paper illustrates the development of a prototypical instructional sequence on instantaneous speed for 5th grade in terms of the researchers' own learning process. The development of this instructional sequence in a design research project is tracked from the starting-up phase through three subsequent design experiments in terms of a framework that encompasses both the design decisions and the theoretical and experiential foundations for those decisions. Such a framework of reference may take the form of a local instruction theory that offers a rationale for the instructional sequence on the basis of which teachers and educational designers may adapt the instructional sequence to their own needs.
Original languageEnglish
Article number18
Number of pages28
JournalEducational Designer
Volume3
Issue number10
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2018

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