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Van Leeuwen, L. (author), Gielen, M.A. (author), Westwood, D. (author)
Using Reversal Theory (Apter, 2002, 2007a) as an example this paper proposes a way to ‘translate’ a psychological concept into the realm of design in a way that maximizes understanding and potential for application in the context of play. The given presentation of Reversal Theory is the result of the analysis of student’s use of available...
conference paper 2012
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Gielen, M.A. (author), Van Leeuwen, L. (author)
Play as a behavioural domain is characterized by freedom and flexibility, which contribute to both short-term and lasting wellbeing. Children play increasingly under supervision of adults, who generally perceive rough and rebellious behaviour negatively. The paper argues that also rebelliousness is a valuable aspect of play. The psychological...
conference paper 2013
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Mast, Danića (author), Schipper, Sylvia (author), van Doorn, F.A.P. (author), Schut, A. (author), Gielen, M.A. (author), de Vries, Sanne (author)
This study is carried out within the context of a research and innovation<br/>project Co-design with Kids that aims to support teaching of broad so-called ‘21st<br/>century’ skills. In this project, design toolboxes for use within primary education<br/>are developed and studied, with real life clients and assignments. In the case<br/>described...
conference paper 2018
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Schut, A. (author), Klapwijk, R.M. (author), Gielen, M.A. (author)
This paper explores patterns in the feedback preceding instances of design fixation in children (age 9 to 11) carrying out a co-design project. Our goal is to find ways to improve the early mastering of their divergent (DT) and convergent thinking (CT) skills, which in turn will help the children to develop their creative abilities. Previous...
conference paper 2018
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