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Ask the audience: exploring methods of inclusiveness in articulating emotional responses

McLaren, Susan V. (2004) Ask the audience: exploring methods of inclusiveness in articulating emotional responses. In: Learning for Innovation in Technology Education. Griffiths University, Queensland, Australia, pp. 169-177.

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Abstract

Research focusing on applying techniques of inclusiveness in eliciting audience responses as part of learning design.