Drawings as a tool for assessing Mixed Reality Mobile Learning experiences: a case study on heritage education in Italian primary school


In primary school, pupils often use drawings to express themselves, but it is rare for these drawings to be used to evaluate educational experiences. A study in Verona, Italy used drawings to better understand the impact of Mixed Reality (MR) technology on heritage education for 132 fifth-grade students. The study proposes a new method of analysis based on the frequency of specific subjects in the drawings and Jonassen's rubrics for assessing system dynamics models. The findings suggest that this method could be a useful tool for analysis and assessment, complementing other qualitative and quantitative data analyses.