In a period of dynamic change for architectural professionalism and practice, it is becoming increasingly relevant to identify effective ways for students to develop reflective thinking which they will need to manage their transition from student to practitioner and be able to respond to industry change throughout their careers. This paper reports upon an assessment technique using an online blog which was used to capture students’ real-time and reflective thoughts. The key elements of the brief are discussed and the outcomes of the assessment, which included learning experiences which were planned for as well as some which were not predicted.
Uncontrolled Keywords (separate with ;):
Reflective Learning, Architectural Practice Management, E-learning,
Experiential Learning, Blog