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Innovating Teaching Pedagogy Through Teacher-Learner Partnership: The Case of Research Methods

Innovating Teaching Pedagogy Through Teacher-Learner Partnership: The Case of Research Methods
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Author(s): Foong Peng Veronica Ng (Taylor's University, Malaysia)
Copyright: 2021
Pages: 18
Source title: Transforming Curriculum Through Teacher-Learner Partnerships
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Pradeep Nair (Taylor's University, Malaysia), Michael James Keppell (Taylor's University, Malaysia), Chee Leong Lim (Taylor's University, Malaysia), TamilSalvi Mari (Taylor's University, Malaysia) and Nurhanim Hassan (Taylor's University, Malaysia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-6445-5.ch012

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Abstract

Commonly, research methods module in many disciplines including architecture is taught in a lecture-based setting. However, this approach is often didactic and unable to engage students' learning. This chapter discusses an innovative approach to teaching and learning of research methods designed and implemented for Master of Architecture by coursework that is underpinned by a positive teacher-learner partnership. This approach has been explored since 2018-2019 by applying an integrated mixed method which includes experiential learning, online tools, independent guided learning, and peer and self-assessments. Besides describing the approaches, this chapter analyses students' assessment performance, module evaluation reports and survey for cohorts of student in 2018-2019 to discuss the development and impact of the module delivery as an outcome of teacher-learner partnership. The paper demonstrates how these methods capitalises on different styles of learning and create a dynamic setting for positive learners' engagement in the “classroom.”

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