Fabricating and running orchestration graphs
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Fabricating and running orchestration graphs (FROG) is an integrated environment to implement learning scenarios as defined by orchestration graphs. It is developed by Stian Håklev and collaborators.
The Ice breaker in Digital Education course, found in the frolearning blog, aims to help students to think about learning, teaching, pedagogy and the other aspects that the course will touch upon.
Target population: 40 students from computer science, novices in digital education.
The script has the following structure:
The software is open source and available on GitHub. As of Feb 2019 it has been successfully tested in real world situations with several classes in Switzerland and abroad. It is developed with Meteor/Node.
- GibHub repository
- GitHub wiki. Includes the list of ressource, user manual, etc.
- FROG, designing and running flexible collaborative learning scenarios, Blog
- Haklev, S., Faucon, L. P., Hadzilacos, T., & Dillenbourg, P. (2017). FROG: rapid prototyping of collaborative learning scenarios. EC-TEL, Tallinn, 12-15 September, PDF
- Håklev, S., Faucon, L., Hadzilacos, T., & Dillenbourg, P. (2017). Orchestration Graphs: Enabling Rich Social Pedagogical Scenarios in MOOCs. In Proceedings of the Fourth (2017) ACM Conference on Learning @ Scale - L@S ’17 (pp. 261–264). New York, New York, USA: ACM Press. https://doi.org/10.1145/3051457.3054000