In this Learning Design a meaningful fragment of a student’s personal learning process in an architectural design course is captured. The student has to acquire the thorough understanding of a building’s architectural values by pointing out its formal features and relating them to other relevant buildings, to the architect’s history and to its historical period. In this case, learning means to realize the network of relations that structure acquire information. A simple search with online search engines would overload the student with unnecessary information, which hinders the learning process. The scenario shows how MACE uses thematic search to solve this problem and produces much more focused and effective results.
|Publication status||Published - 1 Feb 2010|
- learning design
- construction engineering
- modern architecture
- Unit of learning