Posts Tagged: heutagogy

An heutagogical approach for design education

Teaching has changed considerably in the last 20 years, and even at a faster pace in the last five. One of the most noticeable changes I have experienced is students’ attitude towards learning. Before most of the students chose to

An heutagogical approach for design education

Teaching has changed considerably in the last 20 years, and even at a faster pace in the last five. One of the most noticeable changes I have experienced is students’ attitude towards learning. Before most of the students chose to

Design Education 3.0: Understanding how to implement heutagogy

As a heutagogical design educator, most of my classes encourage the core elements of self-determined learning by using experiential techniques and hands-on exercises, stimulating dialogue, facilitating collaboration and supporting self-reflection. As much as possible, I tailor each class and exercise

Design Education 3.0: Understanding how to implement heutagogy

As a heutagogical design educator, most of my classes encourage the core elements of self-determined learning by using experiential techniques and hands-on exercises, stimulating dialogue, facilitating collaboration and supporting self-reflection. As much as possible, I tailor each class and exercise

Infographics won’t save the world

Last week, it was all about the 10th International Information Design Conference (CIDI) with multiple daily talks, workshops and ten keynote presentations. The conference is organized by the Brazilian Society of Information Design (SBDI) and the Federal University of Paraná

Infographics won’t save the world

Last week, it was all about the 10th International Information Design Conference (CIDI) with multiple daily talks, workshops and ten keynote presentations. The conference is organized by the Brazilian Society of Information Design (SBDI) and the Federal University of Paraná

Redesigning Design Education: Better Together

These are interesting times for design. Those who have been involved in design higher education for more than two decades have seen how internal and external factors have influenced the education of designers: students, types of projects, the practice, the

Redesigning Design Education: Better Together

These are interesting times for design. Those who have been involved in design higher education for more than two decades have seen how internal and external factors have influenced the education of designers: students, types of projects, the practice, the