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Aldoy, Noor; Evans, Mark – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
As the number of digital natives increases and the range of digital design tools / media continues to expand, it is timely to examine the potential for an entirely digital industrial design process that can be employed in practice and education. Following a literature review, a draft Digital Industrial Design (DID) strategy that focuses on the…
Descriptors: Industrial Arts, Freehand Drawing, Models, Computer Assisted Design
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Jordan, Alvaro; Knochel, Aaron D.; Meisel, Nicholas; Reiger, Kelsey; Sinha, Swapnil – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
Combining the excitement from the maker movement and the novel creation of deployable makerspaces, we review the development of the Mobile Atelier for Kinaesthetic Education (MAKE) 3D. MAKE 3D is a mobile makerspace platform that can be deployed anywhere there is electricity to create a curricular spectacle of digital fabrication in particular…
Descriptors: Art Education, Shared Resources and Services, Learning Activities, Technology Uses in Education
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Lee, Tiffany Shuang-Ching – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
In order better to support children's learning experiences, art museums have begun to establish interactive art exhibitions designed for family visitors. However, as more of these interactive exhibitions are established, some museum professionals are raising concerns about whether these exhibitions actually facilitate young visitors' learning or…
Descriptors: Museums, Arts Centers, Children, Exhibits
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Rynning, Margaret – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
Today's graphic design students embody inspiration from sources associated with globalisation, not least online, as well as local impulses from everyday life. In this article, we draw upon the work of two student groups -- one in Norway, one in Singapore -- to investigate the relationship between input and how they are used to design the packaging…
Descriptors: Folk Culture, Design, Foreign Countries, Food
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Sinico, Michele – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
This article examines the contribution of scientific phenomenology in design pedagogy through the theoretical relationships between the German art school Staatliches Bauhaus and the most important scientific phenomenological theories of the first half of the twentieth century. After showing the relationships between the Gestalt Theory and the…
Descriptors: Scientific Methodology, Phenomenology, Design, Theories
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Iranmanesh, Aminreza; Onur, Zeynep – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
Virtual design studio (VDS) has been a part of the discourse of architectural pedagogy for the past two decades. VDS has been showcased as a potential educational tool in schools of architecture often in controlled, pre-designed experiments. However, the global COVID-19 pandemic has forced most schools to move their design studios into virtual…
Descriptors: Studio Art, Design, Architectural Education, Electronic Learning
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McLaughlan, Rebecca; Pert, Alan; Lodge, Jason M. – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
Balancing the competing demands of research and teaching has long been lamented by academics. The challenges associated with Covid-19 will make this increasingly difficult. An integrated approach to research and teaching, where students are directly engaged in the production of research, may provide a useful strategy to support ongoing research…
Descriptors: Design, Authentic Learning, Interdisciplinary Approach, Student Research
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Tóth, Alisa; Molnár, Gyöngyvér; Kárpáti, Andrea – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
Bauhaus, the German arts and crafts college, is 100 years old this year. One of the revolutionary features of its pedagogical programme was the methodology of teaching about colour, elaborated by Johannes Itten and Paul Klee, leading Bauhaus masters, and further developed by their disciples, Joseph Albers and György (George) Kepes. This…
Descriptors: Color, Art Education, Foreign Countries, Teaching Methods
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Bremmer, Melissa; Heijnen, Emiel; Kersten, Sanne – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
Teachers in arts education frequently struggle with their professional identity. When asked, arts teachers often answer that they believe that their main responsibility is education at the expense of understanding themselves as artists. The Mexican-American artist and teacher Jorge Lucero questions whether an occupation as teacher necessarily…
Descriptors: Art Teachers, Artists, Professional Identity, Art Education
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Gómez-Redondo, Carmen; Valle-Gómez, Lucía; Fontal, Olaia – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
Having started from theoretical premises, the following study showed the results obtained by research work carried out on the use of artistic methodologies in the educational designs inventoried in the database of the Spanish Heritage Education Observatory (SHEO). This article's aim was to understand and learn about the use of artistic techniques…
Descriptors: Heritage Education, Program Design, Databases, Foreign Countries
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Adiloglu, Fatos; Fragiacomo, Fabio; Petricone, Fabiano – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
This article reflects on six years of research activities in the field of long-distance collaboration and more specifically on how creative virtual teams operate and respond to challenges set by emerging and developing technologies. Furthermore, it considers how to build, manage and shape a more inclusive virtual team, documenting the…
Descriptors: Distance Education, Cooperative Learning, Communities of Practice, Art Education
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Low, Bronwen; Proietti, Melissa – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
This article draws upon Rancière's concepts of the 'distribution of the sensible' and 'dissensus' in order to explore some of the tensions and processes at work in a multi-year school change project that sought to transform a school through the 'urban arts'. Building on student interest in extracurricular Hip-Hop and street art programming, the…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Popular Culture, Urban Culture, Integrated Curriculum
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Crowther, Philip; Briant, Sarah – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
This article presents a longitudinal study, over eleven years, of the academic progress of a cohort of design students (n = 475) at a major Australian university. The students were from four different spatial design disciplines: architecture, industrial design, interior design, and landscape architecture. The article identifies cognitive variables…
Descriptors: Grade Prediction, Academic Achievement, College Students, Design
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Caner Yüksel, Çagla; Dinç Uyaroglu, Ilkay – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
Basic Design is the beginning of design course series in architectural education which initiates architecture students to both architectural education and the profession. First-year design curricula have generally common goals of students' acquisitions about design knowledge, skill and competence; however, ways of teaching may vary. Here, we…
Descriptors: Design, Architectural Education, Curriculum, Teaching Methods
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Alawad, Abeer – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has led most countries to adopt precautionary isolation measures to prevent the spread of the virus. In this context, teaching through online studios has become a necessity. This study aimed to identify students' practical experiences in fully online interior design studios and determine whether these experiences differ…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Interior Design, Studio Art, Student Experience
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