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Journal of Problem Based Learning in Higher Education

2017 Volume 5, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. A Socio-Cognitive Approach to Knowledge Construction in Design Studio through Blended Learning

    Tuba Kocaturk

    This paper results from an educational research project that was undertaken by the School of Architecture, at the University of Liverpool funded by the Higher Education Academy in UK. The research ... More

    pp. 1-21

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  2. The Hybrid Studio--Introducing Google+ as a Blended Learning Platform for Architectural Design Studio Teaching

    Nicolai Steinø & Saufuddin Khalid

    Much architecture and design teaching is based on the studio format, where the co-presence in time and space of students, instructors and physical learning artefacts form a triangle from which the ... More

    pp. 22-46

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  3. The Intentional Use of Learning Management Systems (LMS) to Improve Outcomes in Studio

    Andrew MacKenzie, Milica Muminovic & Karin Oerlemans

    At the University of Canberra, Australia, the design and architecture faculty are trialling a range of approaches to incorporating learning technologies in the first year foundation studio to... More

    pp. 47-63

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  4. Bringing the Classroom into the World: Three Reflective Case Studies of Designing Mobile Technology to Support Blended Learning for the Built and Landscaped Environment

    Wally Smith, Hannah Lewi, Andrew Saniga, Lee Stickells & Dora Constantinidis

    We report and reflect on three projects, carried out by us as educators and technology researchers over a four year period, that explore the use of mobile technologies in the fieldwork of... More

    pp. 64-84

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  5. The "Tutorless" Design Studio: A Radical Experiment in Blended Learning

    Glen Andrew Hill

    This paper describes a pedagogical experiment in which a suite of novel blended learning strategies was used to replace the traditional role of design tutors in a first year architectural design... More

    pp. 111-125

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  6. Integrating Blended and Problem-Based Learning into an Architectural Housing Design Studio: A Case Study

    Yasemin Alkiser Bregger

    This paper presents how a blended learning pedagogic model is integrated into an architectural design studio by adapting the problem-based learning process and housing issues in Istanbul Technical ... More

    pp. 126-137

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