Community Catalyst prepared the following storybanking guide to help you reach out to people in your area with compelling stories. Whether you are new to storybanking or a seasoned professional, this guide provides tips, hints and examples to find stories and to tell them to your audience. Please share your stories with us; the examples you provide can help others learn how storybanking helps. ·
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Kalle Juuti, and Jari Lavonen. NorDiNa (2006)Construction of research based teaching sequences through Developmental research Linsje, 1995, Educational reconstruction Duit, Komorek & Wilbers, 1997, or Ingenierie Didactique Artigue, 1994, can be considered very similar with design-based research. On the one hand, these approaches take into careful consideration students’ previous knowledge and emphasise basic scientific concepts and how they are related to the teaching sequence Méhuet, 2004 and on another hand they aim to design the artefacts. For example, Andersson and Bach 2005 produced a teacher guide as an artefact describing the research-based sequence for teaching geometrical optics. However, these approaches focus on research-based design and the adoption of the innovations needs, for example, teachers’ in-service training.