Architecture Explorations-School of Architecture - Carnegie Mellon University

Monday, February 14, 2011

Architecture Explorations

New A4 Mini & Employment Opprtunity

Employment Opportunity

Architecture Explorations offers nine weeks of summer camps in partnership with the Carnegie Museum of Art. Campers are as young as six and as old as high school.  More information about architecture summer camps will be available soon on the museum’s website:  If you’re interested in teaching this summer, please contact Kelly Lyons and consider taking the following course:

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48-332: Architecture Explorations: Teaching and Learning (6 units)
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:30 – 11:50 a.m. (CFA 213)
In this course, students will learn about effective strategies for teaching architecture and the built environment.   Topics include the cognitive differences between novices and experts, instructional techniques, and goal alignment. As part of the coursework, each student will implement these teaching strategies to design and teach a lesson.  Elements of developmental psychology, learning theories, and classroom practices will inform the architectural education lesson.  Teaching and learning techniques can be generalized for communication with clients, practice, and the community.
* Students in the course are not guaranteed a summer job, however, they will have the advantage of being more prepared to teach if they are hired for summer camps.