The world is grappling with education failing to meet industry demands for skills. We’re constantly striving to design for learning that is able to meet with the emerging societal and Industrial needs. Against this background what should the learning design strategy be?
Of particular relevance is Productive Failure (PF) a deeper learning design strategy, which runs counter to a traditional Direct Instruction methodology and demonstrates the affordances of experiencing and learning from failure. This brief elaborates on PF, select use cases and applications as well as key design features in operationalising PF.
Saxena, Nilanjana Ms.
"Working 'Failure' into your Learning Design,"
The Emerging Learning Design Journal: Vol. 7
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.montclair.edu/eldj/vol7/iss1/2