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Volume 22, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 1474-273X
  • E-ISSN: 2040-0896

Abstract

This editorial provides a summary on key contributions from authors within the field of digital design and creative learning strategies that are inclusive and sustainable within various learning environments. Appreciating individual conceptualized visual ideas, online project-based learning, peer learning and assessment, Indigenous knowledge and its contribution in enhancing creativity, accessible and inclusive learning platforms in art and design, and use of technology during the creative processes by design students are core scholarly contributions discussed. Authors guide the readers’ critical reflections on how best art and design educators could uphold students’ creative identities, their involvement in assessment, technology adaptation during object-based learning and the relevance of peer involvement in learning processes. Implementation of art pedagogies that enhance individual skills competences is considered imperative when considering students’ level of engagement, ownership of knowledge and their development of self-esteem within the field of art, design and technology.

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2023-11-28
2024-07-15
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