Reading students’ minds : design assessment in distance education

@inproceedings{Jones2014ReadingSM,
  title={Reading students’ minds : design assessment in distance education},
  author={Derek Jones},
  year={2014}
}
This paper considers the design of assessment for students of design according to behaviourist versus experiential pedagogical approaches, relating these to output oriented as opposed to process oriented assessment methods. It is part case study and part call to recognise the importance of process in design education and how this might be applied in other design disciplines generally, through the use of visual thinking and assessment. Making use of experience gained from The Open University’s… CONTINUE READING

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