Rethinking Methods to Evaluate, Research and Understand Embodied Learning Experiences for Children (bibtex)
by Laura Malinverni, Marie-Monique Schaper, Narcís Parés, Christopher Frauenberger, Sara Price, Carey Jewitt
Abstract:
We propose a full-day workshop offering researchers, educators, designers and practitioners the opportunity to reflect upon and discuss the methodological concerns related to the understanding and evaluation of embodied learning experiences for children. The workshop aims at critically exploring methodological and epistemological approaches to researching embodiment in digital environments. Its goals are to extend and develop methods and tools for evaluating, researching and understanding learning in embodied interaction, generate new research questions and map future research and design directions. During the workshop, participants will be invited to reflect on key research challenges in developing appropriate methodological approaches and on the definition of adequate assessment instruments. The workshop will therefore provide participants with methodological and reflexive tools to tackle the assessment of learning experiences based on embodied interaction.
Reference:
Rethinking Methods to Evaluate, Research and Understand Embodied Learning Experiences for Children (Laura Malinverni, Marie-Monique Schaper, Narcís Parés, Christopher Frauenberger, Sara Price, Carey Jewitt), In Proceedings of IDC'2016 (Workshop), ACM Press, 2016.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{malinverni_rethinking_2016,
	address = {Manchester, UK},
	title = {Rethinking {Methods} to {Evaluate}, {Research} and {Understand} {Embodied} {Learning} {Experiences} for {Children}},
	abstract = {We propose a full-day workshop offering researchers, educators, designers and practitioners the opportunity to reflect upon and discuss the methodological concerns related to the understanding and evaluation of embodied learning experiences for children. The workshop aims at critically exploring methodological and epistemological approaches to researching embodiment in digital environments. Its goals are to extend and develop methods and tools for evaluating, researching and understanding learning in embodied interaction, generate new research questions and map future research and design directions. During the workshop, participants will be invited to reflect on key research challenges in developing appropriate methodological approaches and on the definition of adequate assessment instruments. The workshop will therefore provide participants with methodological and reflexive tools to tackle the assessment of learning experiences based on embodied interaction.},
	booktitle = {Proceedings of {IDC}'2016 (Workshop)},
	publisher = {ACM Press},
	author = {Malinverni, Laura and Schaper, Marie-Monique and Parés, Narcís and Frauenberger, Christopher and Price, Sara and Jewitt, Carey},
	month = jun,
	year = {2016}
}
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