Reflective Drawing Technique
The Reflective Drawing Technique is based on an activity in which children are asked to draw themselves during the interactive experience.
The Reflective Drawing Technique is based on an activity in which children are asked to draw themselves during the interactive experience. Subsequently, the researchers interview them about their user experience and the different elements represented in the drawings. The aim of the activity is to elicit children's feedback on the educational experience and on using the prototype.
- Easy to produce by children at all ages and overcome children’s verbal difficulties to express their opinion and describe certain situations
- Helps to mentally recall the experience and highlight different aspects from children's perspective
- Complements the evaluation of drawings with individual interviews and reveales children’s opinions and sensations during the user experience
Marie-Monique Schaper, Maria Santos, Laura Malinverni, Juan Zerbini Berro and Narcis Pares. (2018). Learning about the past through situatedness, embodied exploration and digital augmentation of cultural heritage sites. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 114: 36-50. DOI