In this article, Abu Kamara highlights some of the advantages of sharing the processes of design decisions with the learners involved. This is something that we do in Design for Learning, a subject that I teach as part of the Masters of Learning Sciences and Technology. By the end of the subject, students are supposed to gain insight into educational design, or design for learning, and I have found that a great way for them to do this is by interrogating the designer (me) about the subject in which they are participating. This process actually not only benefits the students, in finding out all the different things that I consider when I design each lesson, it also benefits me. It lessons the uncertainty of imagining what the learners may take away from various designs, and every year I make changes to various lessons as I better understand the learner perspective. In undertaking this process, we together become the designers of learning.
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