All these students voluntarily attended two back-to-back lectures last night–isn’t that amazing?
The Architecture Student Association got a great turn out for its symposium on the architecture student last night! I’ve posted a photo of the crowd that made it all the way to the end of the two lectures… pretty amazing. They came straight out of a day of classes into the lecture hall!
Maxim Laroussi of Architecture Republic talked about growing up in Morocco as well as what he learned about architecture by living in France, England, Scotland, Brazil, and Ireland. Very interesting indeed!
Then I talked about “Learning Together” and how we can/should improve the way we teach architecture. The main idea is that we need to focus more on understanding how students learn rather than on what content teachers deliver (i.e., what they say in class).
The speakers and organizers for last night’s ASA symposium: Andrew Ó Murchú, Shannon Chance, Colin Mac Suibhne, and Maxim Laroussi.
The Architecture Student Association (ASA) at DIT has announced the first of its Schools of Thought events. The ASA has two lectures focusing on the Architecture Student planned for this week.
- Maxim Laroussi of Architecture Republic will be speaking about his culturally diverse education as well as the importance of a year out at some point in your education.
- Shannon Massie Chance, DIT’s 2012 Fulbright Scholar in Engineering and Design Education, will be giving a talk about her research work–broad investigation into the workings, flaws, and triumphs of architecture schools.
An image from Shannon Chance’s upcoming lecture on student-centered teaching. The students pictured are Hampton University’s Dana Cook, Danielle Dunn, and Mike Ellingson.
Wed 7th November
Room 281 Bolton Street (Dublin, Ireland)
The event is free and open to the public.