Pattern-Template

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Pattern-Template

Name of Pattern
Pattern Category
Thumbnail/ Picture ...........................................................
Abstract
Problem Category
Problem
Forces
Context
Analysis
Diagrammatic representation of solution
Connection to Motivation
Connection to Effects
Value of pattern
Example
Related Patterns
References
Authors
Date



Pattern-Template Description

Name of Pattern easy to remember and meaningful
Pattern Category interdisciplinary - see Categories below
Thumbnail/ Picture Link to Thumbnail if available
Abstract outline key elements
Problem Category see Problem Categories
Problem Description of Problem
Forces conflict of different interests https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pattern_language#Balancing_of_forces
Context A description of the type of context the solution is applicable to
Analysis why is solution needed, Interpretation of the problem
Diagrammatic representation of solution
Connection to Motivation (MATEL context) - should this be part of analysis, i.e., interpretation in the light of motivation, connection to appropriate theory?
Connection to Effects (MATEL context), see above
Value of pattern (express educational values)
Example
Related Patterns related pattern
References relevant references
Authors Author(s) of pattern
Date Date of pattern creation


Pattern Categories

Problem Categories

  • P1. Psychology
  • P2. Communication
  • P3. Education
  • P4.


Motivation Categories

  • M1. Self-improvement
  • M2. Power and control (influence)
  • M3. Social engagement (Social status, honor)
  • M4. Achievement of goals
  • M5. Fear and punishment
  • M6. Rewards and incentive motivation (Extrinsic motivators)