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The EoR Design Framework and Model - A Basic Overview


The table below shows the EoR Design Framework and the EoR Model. The illustrations represents these elements at the most basic level. As such, the table provides a general overview  of the stepped procedures within the EoR Design Framework and the structure of the EoR Model. The Design Framework (left column) presents a way of applying and developing the EoR Model (right column). The EoR Model presents a way of visualising the phases of the EoR Design Framework as a snapshot of activity/development in/over time in relation to the entity or research setting being studied. The EoR Design Framework and the EoR Model and are complementary and are designed to be used iteratively and together.


EoR Design Framework

EoR Model

Phase 1

Create an EoR model to identify and organise the potential Forms of Assistance that can act as Resources for learning.

1.1 Brainstorm potential Forms of Assistance (ZAA)
1.2 Specify the Focus of Attention
1.3 Categorise the Elements
1.4 Identify potential Filters
1.5 Identify Resources learners are likely to bring to their interactions
1.6 Identify potential MAPs (human and technological) and define the Relationships they bring to learner and resources
1.7 Iterate through steps as required, then proceed to Phase 2


Phase 2:

Identify Relationships within/between Resources and Filters identified in Phase 1. Identify the extent to which they meet the learner's needs and how they might be optimized.

2.1 Influences relationships
2.2 Component relationships
2.3 Typology relationships
2.4 Social relationships


Phase 3:

Develop Scaffolds and Adjustments to activate The Learner's EoR to enable the formation of the ZPA and facilitate quantification.

3.1 Learner: Resource scaffolding and adjustment
3.2 Learner: MAP scaffolding and adjustment
3.3 MAP: MAP scaffolding and adjustment
3.4 Inter-element scaffolding and adjustment
3.5 Inter-filter scaffolding and adjustment
3.6 Within-element scaffolding and adjustment
3.7 Within-filter scaffolding and adjustment








The EoR Model comprises


1. The learner at the centre.

2. The learner's "context" which includes


    - resources 'internal' to the learner (individual)

    - resources 'external' to the learner (social)


3. Elements of the learner's context (Knowledge, Environment, Resources)

4. Filters in the learner's context (K-FilterE-filter and R-Filter)


It is, of course, recognised that the learner's context is infinitely more complex than these approximations suggest. However, the reduction of the complex to the simple is used here to provide a manageable model for visualisation of the learner's situation in the first instance.



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