ISSN: 17535190
First published in 2008
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Volume 7 Issue 2
Cover Date: June 2014
How can adopting the materials and environment of the studio engage Art & Design students more deeply with research and writing? An investigation into the Reframing Research technique
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Authors:  Julia Reeve 
DOI: 10.1386/jwcp.7.2.267_1

Keywords
engagement,creative,inclusive,visual,kinaesthetic,reflective

Abstract
This article puts forward the learning and teaching benefits of placing theory for Art & Design students within the realm of the studio, focusing on a particular technique, Reframing Research, developed by the author. The ways in which this method can both engage students with the research process and deepen their understanding of context are identified. Primary research from student workshops and reflection on the author’s practice are used to support the discussion.
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