Coding is the process of categorizing and making sense of your research data. This exercise will help interpret your data through movement and images- watch what else comes out when you embody your codes…
Experiment with colors and brushes to help groups reconstruct their individual and collective learning!
During this exercise we listen to each other to interpret and paint our experiences.
Sit back-to-back with another person, and share your experience. Your partner will paint what they hear. Switch roles and you will continue painting on the same piece
Writing helps us to go deep inside, to re-discover ourselves, and to process our experience. Sometimes writing is so intimidating though. So here we go: a marathon to push ourselves to just write… don’t think about it, just observe what comes out of it!
Do you like treasure hunts?
Actionbound is a mobile application that combines the adventure of a treasure hunt with technology. This technique explains how to use Actionbound as a research tool to make research activities and learning experiences super fun. The bonus feature is that during the treasure hunt you can easily collect and systematize data.
Doodles are simple drawings that represent our inner worlds. They express our daydreams, our ideas and all the random thoughts that cross our minds. Have you ever thought of doodling your data? This is a simple technique to help us reflect about and document our experiences in the field in a unique way.
Too often students do not get to influence their education. And trust us – they have lots to say. Inviting them to create digital stories about their experiences in school is a great way to break the ice.
Taking field notes is the bread and butter of good research. This is a field note technique to reflect on the different masks we wear in our interactions. You’ll write letters to friends, family and colleagues as a way to reflect over the research experience through different voices.