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Title: On the Nature of the Conceptual Schemata Development of Architecture Students
Authors: Anay, Hakan
Özten, Ülkü
Keywords: Education
Conceptual schema
Architectural precedent
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Konya Technical University Faculty of Architecture and Design
Abstract: Embedded within the theoretical and conceptual frameworks implied by the schemata theory and studies on architectural precedent knowledge, the present study is based on a research that investigates and evaluates two major issues within the context of architectural education. First is the level and characteristics of the conceptual schema of the students of architecture have had just before their education in architecture starts, and second, the nature, and the characteristic of that precise conceptual schema’s development and transformation throughout their formal education. This study, on the other hand, reports a comparative analysis and evaluation of two particular stages: 1st year, before their formal education starts, and 3rd year, as it was assumed by the study, as the stage when their disciplinary schemata is already roughly “formed.” Findings showed that students not only developed their conceptual schemata and their existing schemata is transformed into a more specialized and field-specific one, but also they have developed a set of skills which might be called “designerly seeing,” and “designerly thinking.”
Description: iconarpID: 242
ISSN: 2147-9380
Appears in Collections:ICONARP - International Journal of Architecture and Planning

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