Towards a didactical framework of co-creation
When confronted with perfect course material that has been meticulously prepared by a teacher, students fail to see how their input can be valuable. Also, students need time to thoroughly review the course material before they will feel comfortable to share annotations or corrections. Teachers can point out opportunities for co-creation and can give examples or take the first steps to break the ice. Different students have different talents so teachers can use this by triggering students with specific talents for specific tasks.