00:00    |    
Initial credits
20.2    |    
Chronological versus thematic teaching of architecture and design history
Chronological approach
Izmir University of Economics
03:33.30000000000001    |    
Introduction to art and design
Studio-oriented teaching
Composition
Color
Light and texture
Representation
Abstraction
Represented space
Actual space
Time
Image and text
25:02    |    
Five contexts of art and design
Making
Process and workshop
Materials and technology
Style
Period and change
Individuality and geography
Ideology
Classical and non-Western
Modernist and contemporary
Meaning
Layers and reception
Nature and the body
Use
Patron and user
Function and location
46:31    |    
Aspects of student evaluation
Readings
Compare and contrast
Terminology
Drawing
Term paper
54:7.5    |    
Question and answer period
What are the possible problems with the thematic teaching method? Can it influence student taste and style?
How does the thematic approach influence the student work in the design studio?
What is today's definition of art?
01:00:30    |    
Final credits



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Chronological vs. Thematic Methods of Teaching History and Theory

21 de abril de 2008   | Vistas: 1696 |  

Chronologically oriented lectures have been, for many years, the traditional method used to teach architecture and design history. However, this method has certain limitations for students who need to learn about specific themes in architecture. Christopher S. Wilson, professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Design at Izmir University of Economics in Turkey, proposes a thematic approach that enables students to compare and understand artistic perspectives and movements throughout different historical periods. In this presentation, Wilson describes the lecture-based art history and design course he teaches.




Christopher S. Wilson is a professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Design at Izmir University of Economics in…

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