NEW PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICES IN ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM: ACTIVE METHODOLOGIES AND LEARNING STYLES
Keywords:Teaching-learning, learning styles, embracement, active methodologies
The research addresses the teaching-learning difficulties of the Architecture and Urbanism course at the Federal University of Tocantins (UFT) and investigates whether these problems, raised with the help of the Structuring Director Nucleus (SDN), are inherent to higher education in the area or if they arise in high school issues. The Pedagogical Innovation project (PIP), responsible for the work, used the technique of listening and embracement to identify difficulties and promoted dialogues with the professors, using action-research methodology, about active teaching methodologies and learning styles. Didactic materials were developed and leveling workshops, tutoring and short courses also based on active methodologies were carried out. The result indicated that the problems are similar in both spheres of teaching and that the teachers' teaching process is related to their own learning styles. Finally, the workshops and tutorials that were carried out, were widely accessed by the students, contributing to the cyclical process of teaching and learning.
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