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Looking Playfully at Documentation

anonymous on 26. Oct, 2017 — Lang: English

Looking Playfully at Documentation
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    A 30-minute protocol for looking at documentation. #pedagogyofplay #projectzero

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    Pretend you're at a museum, listening as the presenter:
    - states the question that guided gathering this documentation
    - briefly explains the context

    Looking Playful at Documentation (30 min protocol)

    STEP 1: LISTENING (2-3 MIN)

    Silently look at the documentation

    STEP 2: LOOKING
    (3 MIN)

    STEP 3: CLARIFYING
    (2 MIN)

    STEP 4: NOTICING AND WONDERING
    (5 MIN)

    double click to write...

    STEP 5: PRETENDING
    (3 MIN)

    STEP 6: NOTICING/WONDERING AGAIN (3 MIN)

    STEP 7: CONNECTING AND INSPIRING
    (5 MIN)

    STEP 8: CLOSING
    (3 MIN)

    Presenter, it's your turn to answer short, fact-based questions from the group.

    Presenter: Say your question again. After that, you are silent and we talk about you in the 3rd person. (it's not to be mean, just so you can sit back, reflect, and take notes).

    Participants: in a round, say one thing you each SEE or NOTICE in the documentation. After that, move on to discussion of what you THINK or what this documentation makes you WONDER.

    Take on roles and act out the scenario captured in the documentation!

    Did the acting help you to notice or wonder anything new?
    (Presenter, you are still in listening mode - shhh!)

    Make connections to other research we've read, other questions we've discussed. Or make a suggestion that the presenter could try (for teaching or for documenting).
    Or share ways that you were inspired by this work!

    (Presenter, you're still listening here - keep tracking your ideas by writing your thoughts down!)

    The presenter has the last word! What struck you as we explored your question and docuemntation? What are you thinking about now?

    Tags:
    SG_Tournament, education
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