Projektowanie pomocy edukacyjnych: transformacyjna wartość procesu. Narracje nauczycielek i nauczycieli o własnym uczeniu się podczas stacjonarnych i zdalnych Letnich Szkół Prototypowania

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Ilona Iłowiecka-Tańska
Aneta Gop
Sylwia Jaskulska

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The article discusses the transformative value of the process of prototyping teaching aids during a fiveday workshop for teachers. Based on sequential narrative data collected by using the diaries method, we analyze changes in individual aspects of learning in a group of teachers, the dynamics of these changes, and differences resulting from the form of classes (in-person vs online). At the end of the article, we present practical conclusions that can be implemented in educational projects dedicated to teachers.

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Iłowiecka-Tańska, I., Gop, A., & Jaskulska, S. (2021). Projektowanie pomocy edukacyjnych: transformacyjna wartość procesu. Narracje nauczycielek i nauczycieli o własnym uczeniu się podczas stacjonarnych i zdalnych Letnich Szkół Prototypowania. Studia Edukacyjne, (62), 169-186. https://doi.org/10.14746/se.2021.62.10
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