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タイトル: Developing Learning Opportunities (Again?): Rhetoric and Reality
著者: Field, M. H.
アブストラクト: This paper discusses some implications for developing a course that attempted to facilitate integrated, and at times eclectic, learning opportunities for Design Technology and Systems Architecture students at a university in Japan. Although constrained by the environment of ‘a university’, I believed that it was important for the students to have opportunities to develop life-skills, which involved time and project management skills, such as analysing problems and finding alternatives, and utilise and develop specialty skills, such as Design skills, and international skills through English communication proficiencies. A task-based pedagogical approach was primarily adopted. Students were required to develop local community-focused projects that required them to interact with local citizens and organisations, and draw on a multiplicity of sources to complete their end-product (a documentary DVD or multimedia interactive CD). The results from the courses have been mixed, with some creative enterprises forthcoming, whilst at the same time, some less-than sufficient outcomes have led me to question the framework (physical infrastructure, academic disciplines, theoretical paradigms, learning experiences, learning support infrastructure, global and local focus, etc) within which the course is situated. A critique and suggested solutions are outlined. Outcomes from a course for Design Technology and Systems Architecture students, and the framework (infrastructure, theoretical paradigms, learning experiences, learning support, etc.) within which the course is situated are critiqued.
研究業績種別: 国際会議/International Conference
資料種別: Conference Paper
査読有無: なし/no
単著共著: 単著/solo
発表雑誌名,発表学会名など: Fourteenth International Conference on Learning, Johannesburg, South Africa
年月日: 2007年6月





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