This framework aims to define co-creation on an abstract level and discerns the relevant challenges; it proposes how to engage students, fellow educators, and the professional field and what are the benefits of doing so.
This work explains the method we developed for co-creating course materials with students, teachers and professionals. Starting from the principles of ‘design for learning’ we adapted the ‘Design Sprint’ method for the purposes of this Eramus+-project and the face-2-face trainings we facilitated
This ZIP file contains three quicksheets with short visuals on these CoCOS topics: Study Materials, Conceptual Framework & Design Sprint
All presentation materials used during the F2F training on co-creating course materials. This ZIP-file contains PowerPoints for F2F Day 1 and CoCOS Sprint Days 1 – 4.
The results of a brainstorm with teacher trainers in primary education on all topics related to co-creating course materials with students, colleagues and professionals.