Intricacies between instructional design and the creative experience: How do design-based research and research-creation cohabit?
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This article highlights the intricacies between the design of pedagogical innovations specific to design-based research and the artistic experience as a method, characteristic of research-creation. The author presents a pilot study in art education and demonstrates how design-based research benefits from the artistic process and from the epistemological orientations of research-creation for the conception and the implementation of an educational design. This entanglement of the artistic process at the heart of design production can thus contribute to the generation of new knowledge, specifically related to the field of art education.
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