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Problem-based Learning in Architecture: Problems of Integration of Technical Disciplines

Problem-based Learning in Architecture: Problems of Integration of Technical Disciplines SUMMARY Recently, problem-based learning (PBL) has gained a lot of interest in engineering education. The Faculties of Architecture in Newcastle (Australia) and Delft (Holland) were among the first to embrace this new educational methodology. The article summarizes the characteristics of PBL and describes the architecture curricula at Newcastle and Delft. Among others, PBL aims at integrating different subjects. An analysis of Newcastle and Delft curricula reveals a common problem in the integration of technical disciplines like structures. The article proposes a solution within a general PBL framework http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Journal of Engineering Education Taylor & Francis

Problem-based Learning in Architecture: Problems of Integration of Technical Disciplines

Problem-based Learning in Architecture: Problems of Integration of Technical Disciplines

European Journal of Engineering Education , Volume 21 (2): 11 – Jun 1, 1996

Abstract

SUMMARY Recently, problem-based learning (PBL) has gained a lot of interest in engineering education. The Faculties of Architecture in Newcastle (Australia) and Delft (Holland) were among the first to embrace this new educational methodology. The article summarizes the characteristics of PBL and describes the architecture curricula at Newcastle and Delft. Among others, PBL aims at integrating different subjects. An analysis of Newcastle and Delft curricula reveals a common problem in the integration of technical disciplines like structures. The article proposes a solution within a general PBL framework

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Taylor & Francis
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ISSN
1469-5898
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0304-3797
DOI
10.1080/03043799608923402
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Abstract

SUMMARY Recently, problem-based learning (PBL) has gained a lot of interest in engineering education. The Faculties of Architecture in Newcastle (Australia) and Delft (Holland) were among the first to embrace this new educational methodology. The article summarizes the characteristics of PBL and describes the architecture curricula at Newcastle and Delft. Among others, PBL aims at integrating different subjects. An analysis of Newcastle and Delft curricula reveals a common problem in the integration of technical disciplines like structures. The article proposes a solution within a general PBL framework

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European Journal of Engineering EducationTaylor & Francis

Published: Jun 1, 1996

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