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Strengthening collaborative groups through art-mediated self-expression

Mengyao Zhao, Yi Wang, David Redmiles
2015 2015 IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (VL/HCC)  
We followed five design principles around the concept of art-mediated self-expression and created a collective doodling installation.  ...  Self-expression and interpersonal sharing of emotion have been shown to strengthen groups. However, how to accomplish such interpersonal sharing in public settings is a challenge.  ...  We thank Dakuo Wang for collaborating on a previous (non-archival) workshop article reporting the design pilot study.  ... 
doi:10.1109/vlhcc.2015.7357214 dblp:conf/vl/ZhaoWR15 fatcat:2cmgt5iwzrbern3ru25qfvp7uu

The Influence of Advertising Appeals on Consumers' Willingness to Participate in Sustainable Tourism Consumption

Hui Zhang, Yupeng Mou, Tao Wang, Jia Hu, Jun Yang
2020 Complexity  
, and psychological ownership mediates this relationship.  ...  Through two psychological experiments, it is believed that, relative to the rational appeal, the emotional appeal will positively affect consumers' participation willingness to collaborative consumption  ...  For the promotion of self-identity, people are mainly through the self-involvement in the process of pursuing goals and personal identification of the goal concept.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2020/8812560 fatcat:5gxrmw7zcvgh7jwdx35blaeoqe

Sharing Culture and Belonging Through Cross-Cultural Collaborative Painting

Vanessa Maree Barbay
2014 Journal of Literature and Art Studies  
The foundation of this method was the collaboration between artist and dead animal subjects through harnessing the natural decomposition of the subject in order to generate their image.  ...  shelters and on bark from ancient through to contemporary times.  ...  This interspecies connectivity is expressed through a consubstantial perception of matter, which implicates the art materials in the meaning of a work.  ... 
doi:10.17265/2159-5836/2014.06.007 fatcat:il43arkj6nfstk5kxsys6d5dny

STEM and Collaborative Learning: An Alternative Approach

Stefanos Nikiforos, Spyros Kolyvas
2020 European Journal of Engineering Research and Science  
STEM education in Greek schools has become more prevalent in recent years, mainly through the implementation of Educational Robotics projects.  ...  Small-scale working groups of handpicked participants constitutes the main practice of implementing these projects, aiming to participate in competitions for the purpose of discrimination.  ...  The mediator-teacher, in order to strengthen both the bonds between the members and their interest in their connecting relationships, helped to cultivate the sense of "belonging" in the community for all  ... 
doi:10.24018/ejers.2020.0.cie.1793 fatcat:k5y2qvixkjdjrhjsaw5xrd7j4q

Influence of Emotional Interaction on Learners' Knowledge Construction in Online Collaboration Mode

Liqin Wen
2022 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
Emotional response and expression significantly promote the establishment of learners' knowledge construction.  ...  mode, and demonstrated the intermediary role of emotional interaction in learners' online collaborative learning in knowledge construction.  ...  to the online collaborative learning group as a whole.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijet.v17i02.28539 fatcat:ylinjvrncngivgstblippdyhk4

Making Art – Taking Part! Negotiating participation and the playful opening of liminal spaces in a collaborative process

Elke Zobl, Laila Huber
2016 Conjunctions Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation  
In a collaborative process, we explored strategies for self-empowerment, deconstruction of established knowledge and power relations, and appropriation by artistic and art mediation means around the topic  ...  In the project "Making Art – Taking Part!"  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to express our gratitude to Elke Smodics and Sandra Chatterjee for their constructive feedback, to Veronika Aqra for her comments, as well as to Dilara Akarcesme, Roswitha  ... 
doi:10.7146/tjcp.v3i1.23644 fatcat:xd6pobkanjeq5jwipv25xxni5i

Improving Social Skills through Collaborative Artwork and Group Activity [chapter]

Daiki Kato
2018 Socialization - A Multidimensional Perspective  
In this chapter, we introduce the framework and practice of collaborative artwork and group activity.  ...  The second section introduces this study, in which we demonstrated the effectiveness of collaborative LEGO® block creation work as a medium of communication in group therapy and investigated the effects  ...  Blocks are a useful medium for self-expression not only in individual art therapy but also in group settings as mentioned before.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.74789 fatcat:et3ydgyxvrg4dcq4lnrtsrrxey

Circle Justice: A Creative Arts Approach to Conflict Resolution in the Classroom

Karen Gibbons
2010 Art Therapy  
The organizing framework of a "circle justice" group explored the roles of fictional characters in conflict, including group discussion, writing, art-based reflection, and problem solving.  ...  This brief report describes a cooperative classroom art therapy intervention in a public elementary school that provided conflict resolution education, social learning, and group cohesion among sixth-grade  ...  In the course of the Circle Justice group, the process of looking at all sides of a problem encouraged self-exploration and strengthened the participants' abilities to develop their own egos (Henley,  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421656.2010.10129716 fatcat:4xoacyoefng6hn3roqdq3pms2e

Feedback and Assessment in the New Kindergarten Teacher Education in Norway

Marie Brandvoll Haukenes
2017 Universal Journal of Educational Research  
The data comprise group interviews with three pedagogy teachers, two pedagogues from in-service kindergartens and one interview with one student.  ...  This scope is chosen due to the particular role of the subject of pedagogy in strengthening the understanding of the practice field, and in ensuring a coherent, professionally oriented perspective.  ...  Progression and professional orientation through strengthening the pedagogy subject. Mediating artefacts Primarily summative methods. Not stated and described.  ... 
doi:10.13189/ujer.2017.050713 fatcat:3hknnx2krvcxdogctmxioxybla

The Effects of Collaborative Block Creation on the Sense of Rolefulness

Daiki Kato, Mikie Suzuki
2020 Journal of Psychology & Behavior Research  
For this purpose, 59 Japanese female university students were divided into groups of three or four members and asked to collaboratively express themselves by using LEGO® blocks, figures, and base plates  ...  The results showed that both social and internal rolefulness significantly increased through the activity.  ...  Introduction LEGO® building blocks are not only toys for children but are also a popular medium of expression in the fields of art, education, and psychology.  ... 
doi:10.22158/jpbr.v2n1p39 fatcat:yljm7622inct7dnxpjcs6ccsmm

Musictherapy: Music as a tool of healing

Vittoria Molisso, Anna Maria Mariani, Domenico Tafuri
2018 Giornale italiano di educazione alla salute, sport e didattica inclusiva  
Communication through a sound and/or musical channel acts on obstacles and difficulties in communication, society, relationship and expression.  ...  This kind of technique is part of the broad group of expressive therapies that use emotions, feelings and perceptions for therapeutic purposes as a form of communication and relationships with others.  ...  Music is used as therapy to strengthen and rehabilitate parts of one-self, to strengthen the sense of community by encouraging sociability.  ... 
doi:10.32043/gsd.v0i2.41 doaj:07a51529da864671bfcc6b8546bfece7 fatcat:aa67kgbk7jgcjmiqvewcqqdln4

Design students' perceptions of a wiki enhanced English learning at university

M.S. Liashenko, A.I. Savenkov, Limited Liability Company "Engineering Centre The Best Available Technologies"
2020 SHS Web of Conferences  
The learning community based on a wiki platform was launched to improve English skills in collaborative activities with the teacher and the peers.  ...  This small-scale research is aimed at exploring design students' perceptions of collaborative English learning via a wiki site when doing a course of English for specific purposes (ESP) at the university  ...  Conclusions The research addresses the necessity and describes an attempt to transfer collaborative tasks for English professional training of design students into non-traditional informal settings in  ... 
doi:10.1051/shsconf/20208700054 fatcat:nehnl6psoje3bcqn4q2zdt2r3m

Margin to Margin: Arts-Based Research for Digital Outreach to Marginalised Communities

Melanie Augusta Sarantou, Daria Akimenko, Nuno Escudeiro
2018 Journal of Community Informatics  
Margin to Margin was a collaboration between artist communities with the aim to explore the relationship between art-making and empowerment of makers living and working 'on the edges'.  ...  The purpose of the article is to develop a model that will guide virtual arts-based project mediation for digital outreach in both urban and regionally situated marginalised communities.  ...  In other words, 'Conversations' illustrated, in a practical sense, how empowerment works, namely, the self-empowerment that acts from within towards outward expressions.  ... 
doi:10.15353/joci.v14i1.3407 fatcat:jxryyizpqjf6zfko7x6xy7idmi

#unmaskedselfiesinsolidarity. From Digital Artivism to the Collective Care of Social Art in Public Space

Klare Lanson, Marnie Badham, Tammy Wong Hulbert
2020 The Journal of Public Space  
Through its messages of care alongside signs of solidarity from Chinese students suffering anxiety and isolation, #unmaskedselfiesinsolidarity moved individual selfie expressions of identity into the realm  ...  contemporary art.  ...  It extends audiences into digitally mediated public space and enables dynamic growth of art and humanities projects related to self and identity politics.  ... 
doi:10.32891/jps.v5i4.1390 fatcat:ddqppoqzrreurbjeqwhoziktam

Contemporary Art as Democracy Education

Inger Fure Grøtting
2021 Nordic Journal of Art and Research  
This article gives an insight on how these competences can be learned in an art museum through dialogue. The argumentation in the article relies upon the research of art mediation at Kunstnernes Hus.  ...  She presents this free and public space as a space between us, where different voices are expressed and are being heard (Arendt, 2012).  ...  Her research and practice focus on interdisciplinary mediation in art institutions, collaborations between the art field and the school system, as well as dialogue based education.  ... 
doi:10.7577/information.3742 fatcat:5qpnacp2fjgwjmf35fqdztliii
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