The present research looks at teaching/learning tools for Architectural Technologies, based on the studio outcome after using the same learning methodologies with two groups of Year 3 students from two different schools of Architecture. Since these groups of students have joined architectural courses in two different schools (one in Ireland and the other in Spain), we shall not presume that being at the same stage they must have achieved the same expertise using various means of expression. Therefore, why should we consider that using the same teaching/learning tools will be equally appropriate or successful with both groups of students? Are the results of a teaching/learning methodology related to the student’s means of conveying his understanding of Architectural Technologies? This paper investigates the influence of using different learning tools on the understanding of Architectural Technologies and aims at a better understanding of the learning methodologies applied to architectural technologies.
|Publication status||Published - 2009|
|Event||Architectural Design and Construction Education: Experimentation towards Integration - Genoa|
Duration: 1 Jan 2009 → …
|Conference||Architectural Design and Construction Education: Experimentation towards Integration|
|Period||1/01/09 → …|