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MATEL 2014: 
5th Int. WS on 
Motivational 
and Affective Aspects 
in Technology- 
Enhanced Learning 
Teresa Holocher-Ertl,...
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Agenda 
 9.00 Introduction to the workshop 
• Introduction of participants 
• Collection of motivational topics, so...
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Idea of patterns 
 In complex domains, such as motivational & affective 
aspects it is difficult to come up with co...
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Why patterns? 
 Patterns provide a structured description of 
experiential knowledge on good practices, making 
exp...
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Example: 
Pattern Nr. 112 “Entrance transition” 
 Problem: The experience of entering a building 
influences the wa...
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Sample structure 
 Name 
 Problem 
 Context 
 Analysis 
 Known Solution(s) 
 Diagrammatic representation of so...
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5th Int. Workshop on Motivational & Affective Aspects in TEL - Developing patterns for motivation & affective aspects

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5th Int. Workshop on Motivational & Affective Aspects in TEL - Developing patterns for motivation & affective aspects

  1. 1. MATEL 2014: 5th Int. WS on Motivational and Affective Aspects in Technology- Enhanced Learning Teresa Holocher-Ertl, Christine Kunzmann, Verónica Rivera Pelayo, Andreas P. Schmidt, Carmen Wolf ECTEL 2014, Sep 2014 – http://matel14.professional-learning. eu #matel14
  2. 2. 2 2 Agenda  9.00 Introduction to the workshop • Introduction of participants • Collection of motivational topics, solution approaches, and experiences of participants • Introduction to the idea of motivational design patterns  10.00 - 10.30 Coffee break  10.30 Presentations • Reflections on the acceptance and success of RadioActive 101: Motivation through problematisation, improved well-being, emancipation and extreme learning (Ingo Dahn, Andrew Ravenscroft, Colin Rainey, Maria Brites, Silvio Correia Santos and James Dellow) • The Trouble with Systemic Solution-oriented Self E-Coaching - Emotions as a key factor in changing patterns (Carmen Wolf) • Comparing Objective and Subjective Methods to Support Reflection: an Experiment on the Influence on Affective Aspects (Véronica Rivera-Pelayo and Marc Kohaupt)  12.00 First hands-on experiences with motivational & affective design patterns • Presentation of a proposed pattern structure • Collaborative development of a first pattern  12.30 - 13.30 Lunch  13.30 Collaborative development of patterns  15.30 - 16.00 Coffee break  16.00 Reflections and wrap-up • Reflection on structure of patterns and overall approach, next steps, workshop summary poster  17.00 End
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  4. 4. 4 4 Idea of patterns  In complex domains, such as motivational & affective aspects it is difficult to come up with cookbook recipes  Pattern-based approaches have proven useful in similar areas, ranging from architecture via software engineering („design patterns“) to educational patterns
  5. 5. 5 5 Why patterns?  Patterns provide a structured description of experiential knowledge on good practices, making explicit the context of the experiences  Patterns are especially useful for newcomers to a domain to gain access to experiential knowledge  Patterns can evolve into a domain language
  6. 6. 6 6 Example: Pattern Nr. 112 “Entrance transition”  Problem: The experience of entering a building influences the way you feel inside the building. If the transition is too abrupt there is no feeling of arrival, and the inside of the building fails to be an sanctum.  Solution: Make a transition space between the street and the front door. Bring the path which connects street and entrance through this transition space, and mark it with a change of light, of sound, of direction, a change of surface, of level, perhaps by gateways which make a change of enclosure, and above all with a change of view.  Pictures of good practice examples
  7. 7. 7 7 Sample structure  Name  Problem  Context  Analysis  Known Solution(s)  Diagrammatic representation of solution  Example  Related patterns  References

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