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Tuesday, November 26 • 16:15 - 17:20
“Cultural Heritage and Current Issues”. An Educational Practice of Architectural Design Degree

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Session Table Name: GENOVA

In the Bachelor of Science course “Architectural Design” of the School AUIC of the Politecnico of Milan, the professors who teach in “Historical Building Preservation Studio”, have developed with METID an educational project that could be shared as “open educational practice”. The aim of the project is to bring students closer to current issues about Cultural Heritage.
The first step of educational practice is to attend a flipped classroom, where the student listen to some speeches by experts in the field of cultural heritage. Individual listening of the flipped classroom with reading recommended readings are the basis for the elaboration of a concept map. The second step is to communicate in classroom the topical issues, analysed critically and autonomously through concept maps. The concept maps represents the basis for discussion in small groups in the classroom with the supervision of the professors. During the discussion, the students exchange their concept map and comment on them highlighting aspects that could be explored. The third step is to complete and develop own concept map and to connect the discussed topics to the architectural issues about the case study of the Studio.
The originality of the practice is to allow to the students to listen some non-academic points of view about current issues “beyond the walls of the classroom”.
The relevance of this educational practice is the possibility to replicate it in other contexts (as well far from the Architecture) which include laboratory/workshop/studio activities.
The takeaways of this experience, that the other participants could replicate are: the framework of educational practice involving experts from outside the teaching groups; the way in which the contents are delivered (flipped classroom); the choice of the concept maps as tool to guide the individual organization of key information; the discussion in classroom in small groups.

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Francesca Albani

professor, Department of Architecture and Urban Studies - Politecnico di Milano
I teach in “Historical Building Preservation Studio” in the Bachelor course “Architectural Design” of the School of Architecture Urban Planning Construction Engineering of the Politecnico di Milano. Author of a high-impact innovative teaching action (450 students and 22 teachers... Read More →

Tuesday November 26, 2019 16:15 - 17:20 CET
BL27 first floor south corridor - Action Lab