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This is an action research project that investigates whether exploring group members' skills through a game could have a positive effect on collaboration.
How can students be helped to carry out action research workshops with their peers that test the effectiveness of their proposed design project?
Can the quality of peer feedback be improved by sessions focused on an introduction to critical vocabulary, and if so, will it positively affect how students perceive crits?
Will enabling students to define the evaluation criteria, establish a shared language framework and identify ‘best practice’ in a crit, achieve an active arena of student communication
Overall the students all seemed to gain something from the intervention, whether increased confidence or actual abilities, it seemed to help with their understanding of how to construct a garment f
My name is Ahilan and I'm an Alumni of UAL (CSM 2006 Theatre Design).
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