The aim of this paper is to explore students’ positive experiences of their learning through the use of visual narratives, observation, and field notes in two secondary school classes in Sweden. Four themes were found: (1) knowing the needs of mind and body, (2) embracing each other in mutual support, (3) learning in a facilitating environment, and (4) using a variety of learning modalities. Students wished to have a voice in setting the curriculum, favored a variety of assignments, and sought to expand their learning environment beyond the classroom. Finally, challenges for teachers and school leaders are discussed.
Bergmark, Ulrika and Kostenius, Catrine
"Student Visual Narratives Giving Voice to Positive Learning Experiences – A contribution to educational reform,"
Academic Leadership Journal: Vol. 10
, Article 3.
Available at: http://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol10/iss1/3