How to organize design studios eligible for multidisciplinary: a case study of clustered design studios

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Eindhoven University focuses on multidisciplinary design incorporating four major disciplines: Architecture, Technology, Management, and Urbanism. Learning how to design is a key ingredient in all and is taught in studios (12-15 students supervised by 1 tutor). With over twenty studios and tutors it has always been problematic to reach uniformity in approaches. A new model of organizing studios is developed since 2001. Still groups of 12-15 students, but now four groups are clustered in a special way. A cluster is housed in a large classroom, where anyone (of 50-60 students) is able to seek feedback from each one of the four tutors. So there is always a tutor with a discipline close to a student’s individual interest. Clustering studios also facilitates mutual observations and discussions of weak students. All students are individually marked by four tutors resulting in a more objective evaluation. Further uniformity within studios is improved by interchange of tutors in time.
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TitelProceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Project Approaches in Engineering Education (PAEE’2013), 8-9 July, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
RedacteurenN. Hattum-Janssen, v., R.M. Lima, D. Carvalho, S. Fernandes, R.M. Sousa, F. Moreira, A. Alves, D. Mesquita
Pagina'sID41.1-ID41.7
StatusGepubliceerd - 2013
Evenementconference; International symposium on project approaches in engineering education: closing the gap between university and industry; 2013-07-08; 2013-07-09 -
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Congresconference; International symposium on project approaches in engineering education: closing the gap between university and industry; 2013-07-08; 2013-07-09
Periode8/07/139/07/13
AnderInternational symposium on project approaches in engineering education: closing the gap between university and industry

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Moonen, S. P. G., Swagten, J. P. M., & Arts, A. R. M. (2013). How to organize design studios eligible for multidisciplinary: a case study of clustered design studios. In N. Hattum-Janssen, v., R. M. Lima, D. Carvalho, S. Fernandes, R. M. Sousa, F. Moreira, A. Alves, ... D. Mesquita (editors), Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Project Approaches in Engineering Education (PAEE’2013), 8-9 July, Eindhoven, The Netherlands (blz. ID41.1-ID41.7)
Moonen, S.P.G. ; Swagten, J.P.M. ; Arts, A.R.M. / How to organize design studios eligible for multidisciplinary: a case study of clustered design studios. Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Project Approaches in Engineering Education (PAEE’2013), 8-9 July, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. redacteur / N. Hattum-Janssen, v. ; R.M. Lima ; D. Carvalho ; S. Fernandes ; R.M. Sousa ; F. Moreira ; A. Alves ; D. Mesquita. 2013. blz. ID41.1-ID41.7
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