What does learning look like? Using cartoon story boards to investigate student perceptions (from 4 to 15) of learning something new

Kate Wall, Steve Higgins, Elaine Hall, Louise Gascoine

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationGood Questions
Subtitle of host publicationCreative Collaborations with Kids
EditorsMichael Emme, Anna Kirova
Place of PublicationThunder Bay
Pages1-21
Number of pages21
StatePublished - 28 Sep 2017

Keywords

  • metacognition
  • pedagogy
  • assessment for learning
  • learning to learn
  • storyboard
  • grounded theory

Cite this

Wall, K., Higgins, S., Hall, E., & Gascoine, L. (2017). What does learning look like? Using cartoon story boards to investigate student perceptions (from 4 to 15) of learning something new. In M. Emme, & A. Kirova (Eds.), Good Questions: Creative Collaborations with Kids (pp. 1-21). Thunder Bay.
Wall, Kate ; Higgins, Steve ; Hall, Elaine ; Gascoine, Louise. / What does learning look like? Using cartoon story boards to investigate student perceptions (from 4 to 15) of learning something new. Good Questions: Creative Collaborations with Kids. editor / Michael Emme ; Anna Kirova. Thunder Bay, 2017. pp. 1-21
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Wall, K, Higgins, S, Hall, E & Gascoine, L 2017, What does learning look like? Using cartoon story boards to investigate student perceptions (from 4 to 15) of learning something new. in M Emme & A Kirova (eds), Good Questions: Creative Collaborations with Kids. Thunder Bay, pp. 1-21.

What does learning look like? Using cartoon story boards to investigate student perceptions (from 4 to 15) of learning something new. / Wall, Kate; Higgins, Steve; Hall, Elaine; Gascoine, Louise.

Good Questions: Creative Collaborations with Kids. ed. / Michael Emme; Anna Kirova. Thunder Bay, 2017. p. 1-21.

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Wall K, Higgins S, Hall E, Gascoine L. What does learning look like? Using cartoon story boards to investigate student perceptions (from 4 to 15) of learning something new. In Emme M, Kirova A, editors, Good Questions: Creative Collaborations with Kids. Thunder Bay. 2017. p. 1-21.