Successful Studio-based Real-World Projects in IT Education

Simpson, Matthew, Burmiester, Jay, Boykiw, Alan and Zhu, Jihan (2003). Successful Studio-based Real-World Projects in IT Education. In: Greening, Tony, Australasian Computers in Education Conference - ACEC 2003 : Proceedings. Australasian Computers in Education Conference, Adelaide, Australia, (41-50). Febrauary, 2003.

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Author Simpson, Matthew
Burmiester, Jay
Boykiw, Alan
Zhu, Jihan
Title of paper Successful Studio-based Real-World Projects in IT Education
Conference name Australasian Computers in Education Conference
Conference location Adelaide, Australia
Conference dates Febrauary, 2003
Proceedings title Australasian Computers in Education Conference - ACEC 2003 : Proceedings
Publication Year 2003
Sub-type Fully published paper
Editor Greening, Tony
Volume 20
Start page 41
End page 50
Total pages 10
Language eng
Abstract/Summary An important aspect of University teaching is to promote deeper learning by ensuring students have good exposure to problems they will encounter in their working life. While it is not possible to reproduce every situation that will occur in an area of employment, it is possible to provide students with experience from which they can utilise principles and approaches in order to gain the necessary skills to address whatever scenario may arise. This paper looks at the nature of studio-based teaching and the pedagogy that supports it, through examining two case studies as a catalyst for exploring real-world projects. It is through the discussion of aspects such as real-world clients, user involvement, sequencing and integration that the success of studio-based teaching in IT can be revealed
Subjects 330206 Curriculum Theory and Development
280104 Computer-Human Interaction
Keyword studio-based teaching
real world projects
real world clients
IT education
extreme programming
ethics
pedagogy
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