Bricolage and Student Learning
This practice report discusses the term “bricolage” and its relationship to student learning. The positive and negative perceptions of teachers and students as “bricoleurs” (those who practice bricolage) are discussed. An exploratory study that examines the application of bricolage in the classroom is discussed. In two different settings, the effects of bricolage instruction are shown to increase creativity and learning as student negotiate with various materials and ideas to construct new meanings.
Pages:122 to 126
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How to Cite
Blankenship, B. (2020). Bricolage and Student Learning. Student Success, 11(2), 122-126. https://doi.org/10.5204/ssj.v11i3.1442