Retracing passion on possibility: Re-enchanting the art and science of web project design for educating children
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Through its narrative, human science approach which draws on hermeneutical and phenomenological poetic imagining, this thesis studies three web projects, The Flat Stanley Project, The MindsEye Monsters Exchange, and The Bunyips Project, as lived experiences of the web project phenomenon. It is an inquiry that explores imagining, attentive listening and re-imagining when working with children, and suggests some possibilities to re-enchant web projects to educate children.
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