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Expansion of object-based learning as cross-disciplinary learning : prospects of the enhancement for well-being
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Abstract
We must confront diverse social issues to improve the well-being of individuals, regions, and countries to welcome a sustainable society, which should lead to the global improvement of well-being. Simultaneously, understanding the coexistence of diverse cultures and peoples on this planet is crucial. Cross-disciplinary research between science and humanity is essential to pursue this goal, and objectbased learning can be an efficacious approach. This article discusses object-based learning as an active learning and communication tool in the museum context while introducing each author’s example as a case study. Then, it explores the possibility of objectbased learning, such as object therapy, to further support people’s well-being.
Language
English
Source (journal)
The KemCo review
Publication
2023
Volume/pages
1 (2023) , p. 23-34
Full text (open access)
UAntwerpen
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Subject
Art 
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Publications with a UAntwerp address
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Last edited 31.01.2024
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