Reflecting on Applications of Studio-Based Models
Studio-Based Approaches for Multimodal Projects: Models to Promote Engaged Student Learning
Department of Writing and Communication
Studio-Based Approaches for Multimodal Projects examines a cross-section of strategies for studio approaches and models that enable process-oriented multimodal projects and promote student learning. This collection features seven chapters authored or coauthored by leaders and innovators in studio-based approaches. These scholars explore studio models and provide vivid examples of ways in which they are realized as students pursue, design, and create multimodal projects, including ePortfolios, research posters, websites, and other engaging artifacts that integrate oral, written, visual, and electronic communication.
Studio-based approaches enhance creativity, interaction, and learning among students. The models designed and employed to support these activities would benefit from a more focused look. This collection assembles perspectives from scholar-practitioners who know and use studio-based models. They are experts in this area and have helped to shape current understandings of approaches that work well to enhance learning through multimodal projects--those that integrate oral, visual, written, or electronic modes of communication.
multimodal projects, project-based learning, student engagement
Arts and Humanities | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Dvorak, K. (2019). Reflecting on Applications of Studio-Based Models. Studio-Based Approaches for Multimodal Projects: Models to Promote Engaged Student Learning, 107-120. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/shss_facbooks/160