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Van Dooren, Elise; Van Dorst, Machiel; Asselbergs, Thijs; Van Merrienboer, Jeroen; Boshuizen, Els – Design and Technology Education, 2019
The purpose of the architectural design studio is that students learn to think and act like designers. However, communication between teachers and students seems to be problematic. Teachers barely seem to explain how designers work, which may be confusing for students. To learn professional reasoning processes and strategies, different teaching…
Descriptors: Design, Architectural Education, Video Technology, Teaching Methods
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Looijenga, Annemarie; Klapwijk, Remke; de Vries, Marc J. – Design and Technology Education, 2016
In Dutch Design and Technology Education the beginning of a process of learning is usually determined by the teacher. In this paper it is argued that a beginning, determined in interaction with the students, is more profitable as the interaction will lead to joined-up exploring, creating and thinking and an increased motivation to learn.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Interaction, Student Empowerment, Student Motivation
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Ariff, Nik Shahman Nik Ahmad; Badke-Schaub, Petra; Eris, Ozgur – Design and Technology Education, 2012
In this paper, we present an exploratory protocol study on the use of different communication channels during design sketching. We focus on how individual designers share their mental models with other designers in a group, and analyse their use of graphical, textual, and verbal communications during concept generation. Our findings suggest that…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Freehand Drawing, Industrial Arts, Design
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Koski, Marja-Ilona; Klapwijk, Remke; de Vries, Marc – Design and Technology Education, 2011
The use of context-concept education alongside existing approaches is valuable. In this article we introduce a three-domain model for concept-context learning that supports both the design process as well as the idea of concept learning. The model shows how practical and abstract knowledge should be combined to improve context-concept learning.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Inservice Teacher Education, Elementary Education, Networks