taking architectural learning online        the use of digital technologies to facilitate the                formative stu...
“Education lies at a peculiar crossroad insociety. On one hand it has the responsibilityof anticipating real-life skills b...
1      architectural education and the profession                                                                         ...
2       current trends in education inquiry-based mediated experiential discovery conversational problem-based reflective ...
2       current trends in education                     student-centred                     on-demand                     ...
3       taxonomies of learning        creating                  Synthesize parts into something new and different a new fo...
3       taxonomies of learning                                                                        Scrock 2012         ...
4         the studio and the critiqueJolanda Morkel Department of Architectural Technology Cape Peninsula University of Te...
self-reflective   peer to peer   student-tutorACTION            INTER-ACTION   RE-ACTION                                 t...
5         the conversational framework                                                                               perso...
6         technology-mediated learning conversationDo you feel it [facebook] enhances the interactions withyour lecturer?S...
6         technology-mediated learning conversationAnd has it [facebook] also helped in yourinteraction with fellow studen...
future mergedvirtual/ physicalstudio (in green)Teachthough 2012http://www.teachthought.com/technology/6-characteristics-of...
Jolanda Morkel Department of Architectural Technology Cape Peninsula University of Technology 26-27Oct‘12 KZNIA taking arc...
http://www.schrockguide.net       /bloomin-apps.html        creating        evaluating                   .        analyzin...
asynchronous facebookuse, reinforcing acommunity of practice
synchronous facebookgroup critique90 minutes190 utterances
xploring digital graphicommunication on and offline
blurring the boundary                                                                         between the                 ...
taking architectural learning online          the use of digital technologies to facilitate the                  formative...
http://www.cput.ac.za/                                                                                      @Jolanda_Morke...
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Presented at the New Paradigms conference 26-27 October 2012, hosted by KZNIA and sposored by SAFAL Steel.

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  1. 1. taking architectural learning online the use of digital technologies to facilitate the formative studio critique (crit)Jolanda Morkel Department of Architectural Technology Cape Peninsula University of Technology 26-27Oct‘12 KZNIA taking architectural learning online: the use of digital technologies to facilitate the formative studio critique
  2. 2. “Education lies at a peculiar crossroad insociety. On one hand it has the responsibilityof anticipating real-life skills by preparing usfor an increasingly complex world – buteducation methodologies can only beformalized after practices have beendefined. This dichotomy is particularlyaggravated when it comes to technology,where fast-paced innovation andperpetual change is the only constant.” http://www.teachthought.com/technology/6-characteristics-of-tomorrows-classroom-technology/Jolanda Morkel Department of Architectural Technology Cape Peninsula University of Technology 26-27Oct‘12 KZNIA taking architectural learning online: the use of digital technologies to facilitate the formative studio critique
  3. 3. 1 architectural education and the profession Oxford Conference Academie Royale Ecole Beaux Arts Middle Ages Renaissance Egyptian Bauhaus Greek MIT 1793 1865 1819 1930 1958 2012apprenticeship trade guilds move towards academia move from craftsman curator to philosopher office to studio academiaJolanda Morkel Department of Architectural Technology Cape Peninsula University of Technology 26-27Oct‘12 KZNIA taking architectural learning online: the use of digital technologies to facilitate the formative studio critique
  4. 4. 2 current trends in education inquiry-based mediated experiential discovery conversational problem-based reflective meta-cognitive situated formal / informal engaging creative innovative lifelong and authentic learning Teachthought 2012 http://www.teachthought.com/learning/9-characteristics-of-21st-century-learning/Jolanda Morkel Department of Architectural Technology Cape Peninsula University of Technology 26-27Oct‘12 KZNIA taking architectural learning online: the use of digital technologies to facilitate the formative studio critique
  5. 5. 2 current trends in education student-centred on-demand social constructivism self-paced lifelong learning personalised entrepreneurial Scaffolded competency-based badges blended multi modal connectivism ubiquitous collaboration mobile technology byod networked open content flipped disruptive constructivistJolanda Morkel Department of Architectural Technology Cape Peninsula University of Technology 26-27Oct‘12 KZNIA taking architectural learning online: the use of digital technologies to facilitate the formative studio critique
  6. 6. 3 taxonomies of learning creating Synthesize parts into something new and different a new form or product; reorganizing elements into a new pattern or structure through generating, planning, or producing. evaluating Making judgments based on criteria and standards through checking and critiquing. Critiques, recommendations, and reports. analyzing Breaking material or concepts into parts, determining how the parts relate or interrelate to one another e.g. spreadsheets, charts, or diagrams, or graphic representations. understanding Constructing meaning from different types of functions, written or graphic interpreting, exemplifying, classifying, summarizing, inferring, comparing, and explaining. applying Using a procedure through executing, or implementing. Refers to situations where learned material is used through products like models, presentations, interviews or simulations. remembering Retrieving, recalling, or recognizing knowledge from memory Based on Anderson and Krathwohls Taxonomy 2000 (adapted Bloom’s Taxonomy 1956Jolanda Morkel Department of Architectural Technology Cape Peninsula University of Technology 26-27Oct‘12 KZNIA taking architectural learning online: the use of digital technologies to facilitate the formative studio critique
  7. 7. 3 taxonomies of learning Scrock 2012 http://www.schrockguide.net/bloomin-apps.htmlJolanda Morkel Department of Architectural Technology Cape Peninsula University of Technology 26-27Oct‘12 KZNIA taking architectural learning online: the use of digital technologies to facilitate the formative studio critique
  8. 8. 4 the studio and the critiqueJolanda Morkel Department of Architectural Technology Cape Peninsula University of Technology 26-27Oct‘12 KZNIA taking architectural learning online: the use of digital technologies to facilitate the formative studio critique
  9. 9. self-reflective peer to peer student-tutorACTION INTER-ACTION RE-ACTION the learning conversation
  10. 10. 5 the conversational framework person process product Diana Laurillard 2012Jolanda Morkel Department of Architectural Technology Cape Peninsula University of Technology 26-27Oct‘12 KZNIA taking architectural learning online: the use of digital technologies to facilitate the formative studio critique
  11. 11. 6 technology-mediated learning conversationDo you feel it [facebook] enhances the interactions withyour lecturer?STUDENTS: Yes.STUDENT G: Definitely.STUDENT C2: Yeah quick feedback that’s what I like,that’s where it comes in.STUDENT A2: It’s just like an open discussion, they areopen to...STUDENT C2: It’s like they [the lecturers] stand with us.STUDENT C2: And I think this is actually like making usgain confidence in our work, because actually you knowwhere you are heading to and what is required fromyou. Jolanda Morkel Department of Architectural Technology Cape Peninsula University of Technology 26-27Oct‘12 KZNIA taking architectural learning online: the use of digital technologies to facilitate the formative studio critique
  12. 12. 6 technology-mediated learning conversationAnd has it [facebook] also helped in yourinteraction with fellow students?STUDENT D2: Yes it has. No, yes definitely. Itdefinitely has.STUDENT G1: “I think a large part of it (is) ...interactivity... you can upload a project or likepost an idea and then people in our class could inthis like electronic environment give feedback onit. “STUDENT A2: For me it feels like we are still in aclass and we are interacting, ja.STUDENT B2: It’s just a digital way. Digitalclassroom. Jolanda Morkel Department of Architectural Technology Cape Peninsula University of Technology 26-27Oct‘12 KZNIA taking architectural learning online: the use of digital technologies to facilitate the formative studio critique
  13. 13. future mergedvirtual/ physicalstudio (in green)Teachthough 2012http://www.teachthought.com/technology/6-characteristics-of-tomorrows-classroom-technology/
  14. 14. Jolanda Morkel Department of Architectural Technology Cape Peninsula University of Technology 26-27Oct‘12 KZNIA taking architectural learning online: the use of digital technologies to facilitate the formative studio critique
  15. 15. http://www.schrockguide.net /bloomin-apps.html creating evaluating . analyzing understanding applying remembering Based on Anderson and Krathwohls Taxonomy 2000 (adapted Bloom’s Taxonomy 1956Jolanda Morkel Department of Architectural Technology Cape Peninsula University of Technology 26-27Oct‘12 KZNIA taking architectural learning online: the use of digital technologies to facilitate the formative studio critique
  16. 16. asynchronous facebookuse, reinforcing acommunity of practice
  17. 17. synchronous facebookgroup critique90 minutes190 utterances
  18. 18. xploring digital graphicommunication on and offline
  19. 19. blurring the boundary between the digital and analogueJolanda Morkel Department of Architectural Technology Cape Peninsula University of Technology 26-27Oct‘12 KZNIA taking architectural learning online: the use of digital technologies to facilitate the formative studio critique
  20. 20. taking architectural learning online the use of digital technologies to facilitate the formative studio critique (crit) learning is the relationships between peopleSmith, M. K. 2003. Communities of practice, the encyclopedia of informal educationwww.infed.org/biblio/communities_of_practice.htm. Accessed 10 July 2011 Jolanda Morkel Department of Architectural Technology Cape Peninsula University of Technology 26-27Oct‘12 KZNIA taking architectural learning online: the use of digital technologies to facilitate the formative studio critique
  21. 21. http://www.cput.ac.za/ @Jolanda_Morkel morkelj@cput.ac.za Jolanda.morkel@gmail.comJolanda Morkel Department of Architectural Technology Cape Peninsula University of Technology 26-27Oct‘12 KZNIA taking architectural learning online: the use of digital technologies to facilitate the formative studio critique

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