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Skill-based / knowledge-based architectural pedagogies : an argument for creating humane environments

Salama, Ashraf M (2005) Skill-based / knowledge-based architectural pedagogies : an argument for creating humane environments. In: 7th International Conference on Humane Habitat-ICHH, 2005-01-29 - 2005-01-31, Rizvi College of Architecture.

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This paper argues for a more responsive architectural pedagogy that enables future architects to create humane environments and that emerges from and responds to societal, cultural, and environmental needs. A critical analysis of a number of thematic issues is provided to delineate the gaps between skill-based and knowledge-based pedagogies in the educational process of architecture. The paper provides a number of scenarios that help bridge these gaps while integrating knowledge contents necessary for creating humane environments.