As part of the Focus of Design Education Book series, Routledge is partnering with Manchester School of Architecture for a Teaching and Research Conference with book publication.
It is part ofthe their Teaching + Research initiative aimed at disseminating best practice research and teaching for academics and questioning the traditional distinctions between the two exercises. It is open to academics whether you are:
– focused primarily on your teaching
– carrying out research independently of your teaching
– researching pedagogical methods in the classroom
– embedding your research in your teaching
The next book will be drawn from the conference:
TEACHING-LEARNING-RESEARCH: DESIGN AND ENVIRONMENTS
Dates: Dec 02-04, 2020
Abstracts: June 30, 2020 (Round One)
This will be a virtual conference with a keynote presentation by Sally Stone from Manchester School of Architecture (University of Manchester / Manchester Metropolitan University).
Conference Book editor, Laura Sanderson, Manchester School of Architecture.
Formats: As a virtual conference it has several presentation formats available:
Zoom: for real-time interaction between presenter and audience
Pre-recorded film: for presenters who wish their work to be permanently available
Streaming: for audience members who wish to view all presentations in their own time
Written Papers: for delegates who seek publication in the Routledge series
Themes for the conference and book include:
Design studio initiatives; pedagogical methodologies; teaching and learning theories; problem based projects; research that feeds into teaching learning & projects; critique of how technology is changing teaching, research and work; projects that break disciplinary boundaries; educational and research infrastructures; global changes to academic funding priorities and more.
Previous publications in the series:
Laura Sanderson (Manchester), Cindee Hogan (Amps)