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Developing a Model of Student Learning in a Studio-Based Teaching Environment
Proceedings of the 2002 InSITE Conference
This paper evaluates a studio based teaching model in a core first year subject of a traditionally delivered IT degree. It reports on first year students' reactions to four aspects of the studio-based teaching and learning environment; the physical learning space, IT tools and infrastructure, teaching philosophy and portfolio assessment. Data was obtained through online Web-based surveys, issued mid-year and at the end of the year. The surveys were used to construct a model of students'doi:10.28945/2453 fatcat:ubfbkcfhcrgffcvnrwjl2hcima