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Case Study Template for PebbleBash 2016
This case study template is designed to guide rather than constrain your submission. Please
feel free to deviate within the recommended fields, or add your own. However, when the
case studies are evaluated for acceptance the broad criteria will be:
o relevance to the conference theme;
o the extent to which PebblePad is used to help people plan for, evidence, and
showcase their future readiness;
Case Study Title
o the originality or innovativeness of the solution/intervention;
o learning generated which has utility for others
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Provide a descriptive title for your case study
Provide author names and affiliations
The Organisation
At which organisation(s) did this take place?
The faculty, school or department
Was this located in a particular school, department, across the organisation, or beyond it?
In this section you should describe the context for the case study e.g.
discipline/profession area, desired outcomes, drivers – internal and external, learner
characteristics, etc.
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The Problem
What was the issue or problem you wanting to address? What were the drivers for
change? What were the outcomes you were aiming for?
The Approach
What did you do? What was your solution/intervention? How was PebblePad used to
address the identified problem?
The Results
What were the outcomes of your intervention? What evidence do you have that the
identified issues were addressed and the desired outcomes achieved?
Lessons learnt
What did you learn from this? What barriers did you face? What would you do
differently next time? What can others learn from this?
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In brief
How is PebblePad helping users plan for, evidence, and showcase their future readiness?
[3-5 dot points]
Should conform to the APA guidelines for citations and references – see examples
below this table for guidance.
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A note about referencing
All case studies should conform to the APA guidelines for citations and references. The
following examples are provided for clarity; however, authors should consult the APA
guidelines for specific formats, indentation, in text referencing, etc.
Articles: Moreno, R., & Valdez, A. (2007). Immediate and delayed effects of using a
classroom case exemplar in teacher education: The role of presentation format. Journal of
Educational Psychology, 99(1), 194 – 206.
Books: Bruner, J. (1990). Acts of meaning. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Chapters: Watson, C.E., Zaldivar, M., & Summers, T. (2010). ePortfolios for learning,
assessment, and professional development. In R. Donnelly, J. Harvey, & K.C. O’Rourke
(Eds.), Critical design and effective tools for elearning in higher education: Theory into
practice (pp. 157-175). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Web Pages: Anderson, J.R., Reder, L.M., & Simon, H.A. (1995). Applications and
misapplications of cognitive psychology to mathematics education. Retrieved from
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