- Feb 2018
I wonder whether scholars who were involved in the launch of this field can speak to the choice of 'sciences' (plural) in the name. We see people using 'learning sciences' and 'the science of learning' all the time as well, which may convey different views of learning. So I am curious how the plural form was picked at the first place.
Results reveal that the concepts addressed most frequently were real-world learning in formal and informal contexts, designing learning environments, cognition and metacognition, and using technology to support learning. Among research methods, design-based research, discourse and dialog analyses, and basic statistics stand out.
Not surprising. To revisit the convo (around 2004) about LS vs. ISD, how the results may look like for Instructional System Designs?