Innovative Pedagogies in Practice
Edited by Andrea I. Frank and Artur da Rosa Pires
This innovative book makes the case for training future planners in new and creative ways as coordinators, enablers and facilitators. An international range of teaching case studies offer distinctive ideas for the future of planning education along with practical tips to assist in adapting pedagogical approaches to various institutional settings. Unique contributions from educational scholars contextualise the emergent planning education approaches in contemporary pedagogical debates.
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- Teaching Urban and Regional Planning
- Chapter 1: Introduction: transformational change in planning education pedagogy?
- Chapter 2: Education for 21st century urban and spatial planning: critical postmodern pedagogies
- Chapter 3: Planning education and planning the university: a becoming-symbiosis
- Chapter 4: Pedagogy built on working with communities: a first semester core course
- Chapter 5: Planning with the community: engaged professional education in ethno-nationally contested city
- Chapter 6: Challenges in education of participatory planning: collaborating with patients and physicians to plan mental health facilities
- Chapter 7: Beyond the classroom: new skills through community–university outreach
- Chapter 8: Collaborative and innovative participatory planning pedagogies: reflections from the Community Participation in Planning project
- Chapter 9: Urban design studio as a critical learning space within the architecture curriculum: the evolving pedagogical approach to PROJECTO 5
- Chapter 10: Addressing the interplay of design-based disciplines and social sciences in urban development education
- Chapter 11: Using theatre and performance for greater reflexivity in planning and design education
- Chapter 12: MIKROAKADEMIE: peer learning to enrich the curriculum and enhance participation and self-reflection
- Chapter 13: Online, but not isolated: addressing a key challenge of digital distance learning
- Chapter 14: A problem-based and process-oriented curriculum in continuing education
- Chapter 15: Professional training for social responsibility: fundamentals and practice of a residency programme in architecture and urbanism
- Chapter 16: A student workshop on tactical urbanism: one day to change the 100th year neighbourhood?
- Chapter 17: Conclusion: nurturing new learning landscapes and pedagogies
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