Facilitation Stories: How can we tailor frameworks and tools to specific audiences that are in need of personalized guidance?

Activity: Talk or presentation typesLecture and oral contribution

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Savhannah Schulz - Invited speaker

Ella Paldam - Invited speaker

In this talk, we wished to explore together how we can design educational frameworks and tools in a way that makes them inherently tailored to different learners and environments. For context, we presented two case studies from our research on co-construction and reflection: The first engages children with autism in collaborative learning (CollaboLearn) and the second focuses on storytelling in an informal learning environment at the National Museum of Denmark. We invited participants to reflect with us on ways in which we can develop sustainable and meaningful learning-process infrastructures that acknowledge the experience, knowledge, and relationships in the different process partners.
10 Oct 2019

External organisation (Academic)

NameHarvard University
CountryUnited States


  • Co-creation, reflection, storytelling



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