Aprovechar la toma de decisiones dinámica y el análisis ambiental para respaldar experiencias de aprendizaje auténticas en entornos digitales

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Authentic learning is a pedagogical approach that situates students in real-world settings. Authentic learning experiences in online environments allow learners to solve real-world problems when they immerse in real-world settings. It thereby requires instructional designers to make contextualized design decisions to enhance students’ online authentic learning experiences. The purpose of this paper is to provide instructional designers with a conceptual framework to help guide their instructional design decisions for authentic learning experiences in online environments. We purport that these design decisions should be guided by three constructs: authentic learning, decision-making, and contextual analysis. We also provide recommendations for future research on decision-making practices and processes in instructional design contexts.

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30-09-2020
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Stefaniak, J., & Xu, M. (2020). Aprovechar la toma de decisiones dinámica y el análisis ambiental para respaldar experiencias de aprendizaje auténticas en entornos digitales. Revista De Educación a Distancia (RED), 20(64). https://doi.org/10.6018/red.412171
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Theories of learning and instructional theory for digital education