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Title: Quality evaluation tool for the design studio practice
Authors: Bakarman, Ahmed Abdullah
Keywords: Architectural design
Design education
Evaluation
Issue Date: 2003
Citation: In the Proceeding of the 6th Asian Design international Conference: Integration of Knowledge, Kansei, and Industrial Power. Tsukuba, Japan.
Abstract: Architectural education aims to teach students a combination of design skills and professional knowledge.The design studio, as a melting pot for these skills and knowledge, needs a quality evaluation tool to assess students achievements, and provide design tutors with the evidences that students are ready to proceed to the following stages. This research aims to create the theoretical base for the required tool, and explore the nature of the educational evaluation tools. In order to create such base the research explores different models for determining the main themes of the new tool to look at in students’ learning/ teaching activities. In addition to that different means of evaluation are explored and investigated in order to choose the appropriate one for the QET.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/6529
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