Murray, G. (2002) Teaching, research and practice - establishing a productive balance (Raising the game). ARQ - Architectural Research Quarterly, 6 (4). pp. 297-299.
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The current debates on teaching standards, on research assessment and on the condition of the profession tend to be carried on in isolation from each other. In this article Gordon Murray, a practitioner and teacher, draws a connection between all three topics and underlines the importance and potential of research for both teaching and the profession. His brief review of teaching and professional formation in Japan provides a thought-provoking comparison with architectural education in the UK and the US.
|Keywords:||architecture teaching, architecture education, standards, architecture research, Higher Education, Architecture, Architecture , Visual Arts and Performing Arts|
|Subjects:||Education > Theory and practice of education > Higher Education
Fine Arts > Architecture
|Department:||Faculty of Engineering > Architecture|
|Depositing user:||Strathprints Administrator|
|Date Deposited:||16 May 2008|
|Last modified:||04 Apr 2017 02:00|