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May242017

REFLECTION JOURNAL: A SEQUENTIAL EXPLORATORY STUDY ON STUDENT COGNITIVE LEARNING DURING THE FILMMKING PROCESS 

Students undertaking the “Location Production” module often have to work together in different roles in order to complete their project.  Many times, they will be required to pull together ideas and resources from many sources outside the classroom.  Students would have to make decisions on their own and often having to take responsibility for those decisions made during an intense film making process. 

This study by Tan Heng Han from School of Film & Media Studies examines the way students were “thinking” and what considerations they had when making decisions during the filmmaking process. This study also examines the use of “reflections” as a tool support students’ cognitive development.

Click on the following link to the details about this study.

This paper was presented at the 10th ISATE  in Sendai, Japan in September 2016. 

REFLECTION JOURNAL: A SEQUENTIAL EXPLORATORY STUDY ON STUDENT COGNITIVE LEARNING DURING THE FILMMKING PROCESS