Volume 10 · Number 3 · Pages 399–400
Narrative Learning for Meaning-Making, Collaboration and Creativity

Giuliana Dettori

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Open peer commentary on the article “Learning about Urban Sustainability with Digital Stories: Promoting Collaborative Creativity from a Constructionist Perspective” by Maria Daskolia, Chronis Kynigos & Katerina Makri. Upshot: The target article by Daskolia, Kynigos and Makri shows the great potential of narrative learning to foster general learning skills, such as meaning-making, collaboration and creativity, while facilitating the construction of disciplinary content knowledge. This learning approach has much to recommend it, especially from a constructivist perspective, because it supports the implementation of collaborative and creative learning processes apt to promote reflective dialogue as a basis for knowledge construction, capitalizing on students’ previous knowledge and experience.


Dettori G. (2015) Narrative learning for meaning-making, collaboration and creativity. Constructivist Foundations 10(3): 399–400. http://constructivist.info/10/3/399

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