IGRA USTVARJALNOSTI


Teorija in praksa urejanja prostora | Number 3 | Year 2015 | ISSN 2350-3637

Olga Ioannou

Sinergije arhitekturnega izobraževanja prek spleta in v učilnici – preoblikovanje programa in učenca

DOI 10.15292/IU-CG.2015.03.30-37 | UDK 72.01:378 | POSLANO: 06/2015 | PREGLEDANO: 09/2015 | OBJAVLJENO: 10/2015
Organizacija: Arhitektura, Nacionalna tehniška univerza v Atenah - NTUA, Athene, Grćija

POVZETEK
Tradicionalno se arhitekturni programi načrtujejo v kontekstu fizične učilnice, kjer je neomajni pogoj za učenje neposredni odnos med učenci in učiteljem. Toda ta model učenja je nastal v času, ko tehnologija še ni vplivala na učenje. V arhitekturno prakso so digitalni mediji že prodrli, v arhitekturno izobraževanje pa še ne. Avtorica navaja, da vključevanje spletnih izobraževalnih praks v arhitekturne učne načrte koristno vpliva na izobraževanje na področju oblikovanja, saj veča medsebojno sodelovanje in zagotavlja, da študentje prevzemajo odgovornost za učenje. Za ponazoritev koristi sinergije arhitekturnega izobraževanja prek spleta in v učilnici smo pripravili mešani program na podiplomskem študiju nacionalne tehnične univerze atenske šole za arhitekturo. Skrbno smo preučili sodobne trende spletnega učenja v zvezi z njihovo združljivostjo s kulturo arhitekturnega oblikovanja v smislu »učenja skozi prakso«. Program je bil pripravljen v skladu s temeljnimi načeli konektivističnega modela, kjer je učenje povezano z zmožnostjo oblikovati omrežja povezav in se po njih pomikati (Downes, 2012). Ta pristop smo uporabili zaradi podobnosti s prakso oblikovanja, kjer morajo študentje iskati kritične povezave za ugotavljanje prostorskih pojavov in rekonstrukcijo realnosti. Vsebina programa je bila preoblikovana tako, da ustreza novemu mediju. Študentje so imeli na voljo več poti za komuniciranje. K vsebini so lahko tudi sami prispevali. Analiza podatkov je pokazala, da raven sodelovanja, izmenjava in zadovoljstvo študentov še nikoli niso bili tako visoki, kar so pokazale tudi ankete, ki so bile izvedene po koncu izvajanja programa.

KLJUČNE BESEDE
arhitekturni seminar, mešani programi, teorija konektivističnega modela, spletna orodja za učenje

CELOTEN ČLANEK
http://iu-cg.org/paper/2015/IU_CG_03-2015_ioannou.pdf (0.98 MB)

CITAT
Ioannou, O. (2015). Sinergije arhitekturnega izobraževanja prek spleta in v učilnici – preoblikovanje programa in učenca. Igra Ustvarjalnosti - Creativity Game, 3/2015, 30-37. http://dx.doi.org/10.15292/IU-CG.2015.03.30-37

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