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‘StoriesAbout... Assessment’: supporting reflection in art and design higher education through on-line storytelling

  title={‘StoriesAbout... Assessment’: supporting reflection in art and design higher education through on-line storytelling},
  author={Chris Mckillop},
Storytelling has long been part of a child’s educational development, however, its use as a learning tool in higher education has not been fully explored and offers great potential in supporting the learning process. This paper proposes the use of storytelling as a reflective tool in higher education and investigates this by considering its use in art and design to support reflection about assessment. An interactive learning environment, ‘StoriesAbout... Assessment’ has been developed to… 

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