32nd National Conference on the Beginning Design Student
February 26–27, 2016
In beginning architectural education, design-build studios offer uniquely challenging, but beneficial, learning opportunities. Because of the elevated expectation that the studio activities will conclude with an occupied environment designed and built primarily by students, students and instructors have to bear new responsibilities and apply a broader range of skills towards the project. These new responsibilities require responsive pedagogical adjustments.
California Polytechnic State University
Rob Whitehead and Carl Rogers. "All Hands on Deck: Instructors as Collaborators and the Modified Dynamics of Design Build Interaction" San Luis Obispo, CA, United StatesNational Conference on the Beginning Design Student (NCBDS) 32 Conference Proceedings
(2016) p. 555 - 560
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/rob_whitehead/11/