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id sigradi2010_312
authors Villate, Camilo; Bravo Germán; Tamayo Brando; Mauricio Caviedes
year 2010
title La toma de decisiones en cursos del área técnica de arquitectura con herramientas tecnológicas basadas en el conocimiento [Decision - making in architecture technical areas, using knowledge based tools]
source SIGraDi 2010_Proceedings of the 14th Congress of the Iberoamerican Society of Digital Graphics, pp. Bogotá, Colombia, November 17-19, 2010, pp. 312-315
summary Specialists and educators have proven the effectiveness of using case studies as a learning support method. In the teaching of architectural techniques some technologically - based tools have been developed that enable students to accumulate technical data from studied cases. Nevertheless, this way of presenting case studies to students has restricted their potential because it promotes design fixation, typification, and functional incoherence. A complementary TIC - based tool for case studies is presented here, which allows the relation of technical data to the dynamic situations that produce them. This new tool is designed to increase students´ analysis and design capacities, and turns accumulative technical data systems into integral technological tools for teaching architectural techniques.
keywords case studies; design fixation; repository systems; dynamic of situations
series SIGRADI
email cvillate@uniandes.edu.co
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