Drawings as a tool for assessment of cultural heritage understanding: A case study in a Mixed Reality Learning experience
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Drawings often are for younger pupils a crucial way to express themselves but are seldom used as a tool of assessment and evaluation. We decided to use them to understand the impact of AR and MR technology heritage education on 132 students of the fifth primary school grade in Verona. We developed a way to analyse students’ drawings based on the frequency of the subject and on Jonassen’s rubrics for assessing system dynamics models which helped us in support and better understand the other quantitative data we gathered during the research.
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