Design Based Implementation Research

Are you NEW to DBIR? Join us on 1/31 for a Video Chat on Theory and Methods in DBIR

Are you NEW to DBIR?

Join us on 1/31 for a Video Chat on Theory and Methods in DBIR

DBIR projects always involve joining a fast moving and often turbulent stream. They involve partnering with teachers, schools, leaders, and communities that are constantly changing, and yet we have to plan and carry out research that involves design and implementation of complex innovations. How do we enter the stream? How can we be a guide within the stream? What agile methods can we use and evolve as we learn more about the environment? What do we learn and contribute to the field when we do this?

Join host Jessica Rigby (University of Washington) as she leads a discussion with Megan Hopkins (UC San Diego) and Bill Penuel (CU Boulder) about theory and methods in DBIR.

There will be an opportunity to hear about two examples of DBIR, share ideas with others, and get your questions answered about theory and methods.

DATE

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

TIME

9-10:30 am pacific / 10-11:30 mountain / 11-12:30 central / 12-1:30 eastern

CONNECT

  • Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: link
  • Or Telephone: US: +1 646 558 8656 or +1 669 900 6833 Meeting ID: 279 688 580

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