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Title: Design History for the 21st Century Author: Johan van Westen Last modified by: Johan van Westen Created Date: 9/23/2007 11:25:48 PM Document presentation format – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Design History for the 21st Century


1
Design History for the 21st Century
  • Johan van Westen

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Bachelor Applied Technology Decor and Spatial
Concepts
  • Design History and Conservation
  • BUIT 6025
  • Theory assignment 1 a short essay
  • Theory assignment 2 Web Quest

3
What is a Web Quest?
  • A Web Quest is an inquiry-oriented lesson
    format in which most or all the information that
    learners work with comes from the web.

4
Why a web quest?
  • Students will
  • Improve information literary skills
  • Improve research skills
  • Gain specific art historical knowledge
  • Not have to leave home

5
Other motivations
  • Expose students to the most current pedagogical
    practice
  • Active vs. Passive
  • A multi media and multi dimensional approach to
    learning

6
Benefits
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Students are guaranteed a voice
  • No peer pressure
  • No class room management
  • Special need students
  • Virtual Field trips
  • Part take in an on-line community
  • Perfecting online skills
  • Treaded discussions

7
Delivery
  • All relevant information made available on
    blackboard
  • Extensive tutorial on information literacy and on
    line search engines and databases
  • Creating a research question

8
Setting up a quest
  • an introduction and some background info
  • a task achievable and interesting
  • a set of information resources e.g. web pages,
    documents, email of experts, searchable
    databases
  • a description of the process with clearly
    described steps
  • guidance on how to organise ones findings
  • a conclusion

9
You can get help from
  • WebQuest.org
  • Centre for Teaching Learning
  • The Library
  • School of Education GDHE
  • course information Knowledge and Learning

10
Thanks to
  • Nicolette Rata CTL
  • Don Mardle Uati
  • BAT Décor andSpatial Concepts students

11
links
  • web quest
  • follk art
  • wall paper
  • chinese furniture
  • wall paper page 3
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