教學實踐研究 -第1卷 第1期 (2021-05-26)
教學實務紀要

適時適地輔助建築速寫之自主學習:融合紙本與手持裝置之教材研發與紀實

戴楠青 (Tai Nan-Ching) 國立臺北科技大學互動設計系副教授
第1卷第1期,P129-140
10.7007/JSoTL.202103_1(1).0005
分析性速寫雖為應用分析性繪圖原則在建築實地速寫的一種方法,其實更是讓設計者能透過「看」來解析,並用「畫」來記錄對所處環境所得之可見與不可見之領會的一種圖像語言。也因此,應如口說語言般,能透過自主學習與持續練習而不斷精進。本研究以適時適地輔助自主學習的概念,開發輔助實地教學的手持裝置互動速寫教材,自製課程紙本速寫本,預錄示範影片上傳至社群平台,以三種不同行動教材應用於全英語教學的分析性速寫,分析不同形式的行動教材對不同口說語言學生—外籍生與本地生—在現地輔助學習上的成效,並對成效之相似與相異進行探討與反思。
分析性速寫,行動學習,電腦輔助教學,實地速寫,圖像語言
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Self-Learning at Right Location and Right Time for Architectural Sketching: Development and Implementation of Learning Materials of Hardcopy Sketchbooks and Mobile Applications

Tai Nan-Ching
Volume 1/ Issue 1, P129-140
10.7007/JSoTL.202103_1(1).0005
Implementing an analytical drawing process in architectural on-site sketching is more an effective method of three-dimensional thinking than drawing, as it allows designers to analyze the encountered architectural environment by seeing and documenting what they learn as they draw. Analytical sketching is thus akin to a visual language for those engaged in the field of design. As with learning a spoken language, developing the abilities of analytical sketching will benefit from motivated self-learning and continuing practice. In this study, three different types of mobile learning materials that assist with teaching and learning on-site architectural sketching were developed. A hardcopy print booklet, an interactive mobile application, and demonstration videos were made available to local and foreign students engaged in learning analytical on-site sketching, and subsequently, their perceived effectiveness of the implemented learning materials were compared. Possible improvements are proposed in the study’s conclusion.
analytical Sketching, mobile learning, computer-assisted Instruction, on-site sketching, visual Language