Dr. Eric Francis Eshun


Senior Lecturer


Research Areas/Interests

CREATIVITY VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGN EDUCATION ASSESSMENT IN ART & DESIGN EDUCATION...~more

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Publications

    JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

     

    Eshun, E. F. and Adu-Agyem, J. (2010). Learners Perceptions in Design Critiques: Impact on Creative Development. Journal of Science and Technology, 30(3), 42-50.

     

    Eshun, E. F. and de Graft-Johnson, K. G. (2011). Learner Perceptions of Assessment Of Creative Products In Communication Design. Art, Design & Communication in Higher Education. 10(1), 89-102.

     

    Eshun, E. F. (2011). Action research project on adopting innovative Assessment for Learning (AfL) in communication design in higher education (HE). Proceedings of Design, Development and Research 2011, Annual Research Conference of the Faculty of Informatics and Design, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, 26 to 27 September 2011 Cape Town South Africa. 383-395.

     

    Eshun, E. F. & Osei-Poku, P. (2012). Design Students’ Perspectives on Assessment Rubric in Studio-based Learning. Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, 10(1), 1-26.                                                       

     

    Ametordzi, S., Osei-Poku, P. & Eshun, E. F. (2012). Pedagogical Situations And Learning Outcomes In Graphic Design In Selected Senior High Schools In The Kumasi Metropolis Of Ghana. International Journal of Innovative Research and Development, 1(9), 178-191.

     

    Eshun, E. F., Osei-Poku, P. & de Graft-Johnson, K. G. (2013). School Pupils’ Perceptions of Factors Impacting on their Creativity Development in Ghana. Journal of Education and Practice, 4(1), 144–151.                                                                              

     

    Eshun, E. F. & Osei-Poku, P. (2013). Examining Graphic Design Students’ Attitudes Toward Participative Peer Assessment In Studio-Based Learning. Arts and Design Studies, 6, 1-14.

     

    Eshun, E. F. & de Graft-Johnson, K. G. (2013). Socialization in Ghanaian Higher Education: Communication Design Students’ Perceptions and Experiences.  International Journal of Innovative Research and Development, 2(2), 609-628.

     

    Eshun, Eric F. (2014). Toward a Conceptual Model of Participatory Assessment in Problem-Based Learning (PAPBLE) in Graphic Design Education. 4th International Conference on Design, Development & Research, 8 - 10 September 2014. Cape Town, South Africa, pp. 474- 490

     

    Boachie, A. O., Adu-Agyem. J. & Eshun, E. F. (2015).   A Model for Critique at the Design Studio for Higher Education.  Arts and Design Studies. 37. 1-10.

     

    Eshun, E. F. (2016).  Graphic Design Students’ Perspectives and Attitudes towards Feedback within Peer Assessment in Design Studio Pedagogy.  International Educative Research Foundation and Publisher. 4(06), 22-33.

     

    Badu,  A. K., Appiah, E. & Eshun,  E. F. (inprint).  Service Quality practices and Students Satisfaction towards the Department of communication Design.  Journal of Science and Technology.

     

    Eshun, E. F., Korwu, P. & Appiah, E. (2017). Peer Assessment In Graphic Design Studio: Communication Design Students' Perspectives. Journal of Science & Technology, Vol. 37, No 1.

     

     Moro, I. & Eshun, E. F. (2018). Senior High Schoolers’ Atitudes toward Visual Art Education in Ghanaian Secondary Schools. International Journal of Innovative Research & Development, Vol. 7, No 8, pp 119 – 124

     

    Eshun, E. F., Badu, A. K. & Korwu, P. (2018). Impact of Service Quality on Students’ Satisfaction in a Ghanaian Public Tertiary Institution. International Journal of Learning & Development, 8(3), 97 – 112. DOI:10.5296/ijld.v8i3.13447

     

    Eshun, E. F., Touphic, M. A. &  Appiah, E. (2018).  Exploring the Impact of Pedagogical Strategies in Drawing Instruction on Drawing Skills Satisfaction: A Case Study on Ghanaian Communication Design Students. International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change, 4(2), 104 -122.

     

     

     


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