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CollaboLearn Resources

The CollaboLearn project develops a new pedagogical method for social learning for children on the spectrum. Autistic children co-develop playful social learning activities and strategies for pedagogical documentation together with teachers/pedagogues, researchers, and parents.

 

Please find below the first prototypes of our activities as PDF as well as other useful resources and a couple of video intros. So far, most are in Danish, But we are working on English translations.

 

Please note that all CollaboLearn resources are licensed as Creative Commons. This means that the resources may be shared, developed, adapted, and remixed as long as the original material is credited. Read more here: creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/

 

 

 

 

Video resources

Introduction to CollaboLearn

This video introduces the CollaboLearn project. We co-develop play-based social learning environments together with autistic children and their adults (teachers & parents). The project is a collaboration between Langagerskolen in Aarhus and the Interacting Minds Centre at Aarhsu University. The video is in Danish.

 

Video intro to documenting with Garmin Virb 360

A short video that suggests how to use the Garmin Virb 360 camera to document play-based social learning environments with children on the spectrum. The video is targeted teachers and pedagogues at Lanagaerskolen in Aarhus, Denmark. It is in Danish. Please find the companion PDF below.

  

 

Contacts

Line Gebauer, Associate Professor, Department of Clinical Medicine - Center for Music In the Brain
Ella Paldam, Postdoc, School of Culture and Society - Interacting Minds Centrer
Rikke Steensgaard, School of Culture and Society - Interacting Minds Centrer