Insight/Inside Learning: A Participatory App For Analysing The Effectiveness Of School Environments

Szynalska McAleavey, Karolina and Fields, Bob and Bardill, Andy (2017) Insight/Inside Learning: A Participatory App For Analysing The Effectiveness Of School Environments. In: People, Personal Data and the Built Environment: A DIS2017 Workshop, 10 June 2017, Edinburgh.

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Abstract

This paper will introduce a bespoke tablet application designed to explore the relationship between students’ engagement in learning and the spatial affordances in a number of urban secondary schools in England. The main research tool employs the Experience Sampling Method (ESM). It collects images of the participants’ surroundings and information about their school related experience in situ – by sampling the participants’ thoughts, feelings or behaviours as they occur and in the environment within which they occur. It combines a focus on lived experience with an attempt to use the tools of empirical investigation.

Keywords:Experience Sampling Method, participatory app, collaborative learning
Subjects:X Education > X330 Academic studies in Secondary Education
K Architecture, Building and Planning > K290 Building not elsewhere classified
Divisions:College of Arts
ID Code:31997
Deposited On:20 Oct 2018 19:57

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