E-Hoop SDDP Lithuania

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E-Hoop SDDP Lithuania
E-Hoop SDDP Lithuania
Report Title SDDP e-Hoop
Project E-Hoop
Triggering Question "What are the learning difficulties encountered by students?"
Dates 6 January 2014
Author(s) Elena Aristodemou
Aliki Economidou
Chrystalla Miltiadou
Editor(s) Yiannis Laouris
Total Duration 12 person hrs
Statistics Participants=34
Number of ideas=44
Number of Clusters=7
Ideas received Votes=36
Ideas on MAP R=8
Spreathink ST=79%
Situational Complexity SCI=6,6%
Download http://www.e-hoop.info/

Executive Summary

The Structured Dialogic Design co-laboratories are organized with aim to analyze the needs of the intended users with respect to their learning needs, as well as their needs with regards to the e-Hoop platform. The intention is to identify obstacles that prevent learners from benefiting maximally from their current educational institution due to differences (disabilities, socioeconomic background etc.), using the Structured Dialogic Design Process (SDDP).

Youth Career and Advising Center (JKC) organized on the 6th of January 2014 a co-laboratory in order to accumulate the collective wisdom of experts regarding the means that learners can be supported to generate learning content. The co-laboratory was attended by 34 international researchers, experts and decision makers.

The Triggering Question (TQ) of the first workshop was:

"What are the learning difficulties encountered by students?"

In response to the TQ, the 34 participants came up with 44 ideas, which were categorized in 7 clusters. Following the voting process, 36 ideas received one or more votes and were structured to create the influence MAP shown below.

MAP for e-Hoop Germany.
Influence tree from the ideas generated at e-Hoop Germany SDDP workshop for TQ.

According to the participants of this workshop, the ideas that appear to be the most influential were:

  • Idea #36: Ekonomine ir socialine situacija seimoje neleidzia naudotis papildomo mokymosi paslaugomis / Economic and social situation of the family does not allow to take additional learning opportunities
  • Idea #6: Tevai nenori matyti ir pripazinti, kad vaikai turi specialiuju mokymosi poreikiu, ir neatlieka testu, kurie padetutai diagnozuoti / Learning disabilities, which parents’ don't want to see, and deny tests to diagnose what are the exact problems
  • Idea #14: Tevai uzsienyje / Parents are residing abroad

Idea #38: Mokymosi priemones inovatyvios, taciau nepritaikytos mokiniu gebejimams / Learning resources might be innovative, but they are not adapted to the abilities of students

  • Idea #31: Zemas intelektas, specifiniai mokymosi ir raidos sutrikimai / Low intelligence and specific learning and development disorders
  • Idea #35: Truksta pagalbos is tevu ir kitu artimuju / Lack of support from family
  • Idea #11: 14 Votes) Didelis mokiniu skaicius klasese (pvz. 30 mokiniu) / High number of students in a classroom (i.e. approx. 30 students)
  • Idea #43: Kurybiskumo stoka pamokose / Lack of creativity during the lessons
  • Idea #30: Diskursija, disgrafija ir kitos mokymosi negales / Dysgraphia and other learning disabilities
  • Idea #13: Menki pradiniu klasiu mokiniu socialiai igudziai. / Low social skills of the primary school students
  • Idea #10: Didelis mokymosi kruvis / High load of learning
  • Idea #1: Besimokantiesiems truksta motyvacijos mokytis / Students lack of motivation for learning

The workshop was mainly facilitated by Yiannis Laouris and Katerina Fotiou (CNTI). In sum, the participants of the dialogue reported their satisfaction that they had the opportunity to exchange ideas via the structured dialogue process which empowered them to identify and understand the dangers of Internet use.


Rasuolė Zederštreimienė
Živilė Nagienė
Aldona Širvinskienė
Rima Rekeltienė
Genovaitė Meinorienė
Ilona Nutautienė
Regina Dirginčienė
Audronė Mažeikinė
Ingrida Muturė
Laimutė Sakalauskienė
Simona Gargasienė
Rasa Čejauskienė
Virginija Dambrauskaitė
Saulė Ragulienė
Birutė Platakienė
Daiva Petrikienė
Renata Valantinienė
Vida Valančienė
Zina Gedrimienė
Aušra Skaivydienė
Lina Katarskienė
Liuda Braslauskienė
Irena Liubavičienė
Antanas Šiaulys
Jūratė Stankaitytė
Jūratė Daškevičienė
Paulius Januškevičius
Jūratė Petkevičienė
Vidas Rekešius
Renata Miškauskienė
Juozas Navickas
Loreta Naujalienė
Virginija Makaveckienė
Daina Gumenienė

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