Sensory Affect, Learning Spaces, and Design Education Strategies for Reflective Teaching and Student Engagement in Higher Education
Through the lens of sensory affect, this book offers a new way of thinking about day-to-day teaching and student engagement within learning spaces in design education.
The book examines the definitions, concepts, ideas, and overlaps of a repertoire of learning spaces prevalent in higher education and addresses the pedagogical gap that exists between broader learning structures and spaces, and the requirements of specialist design education. Recognising that mainstream teaching environments impact upon design studio learning and student engagement, the book positions creative learning spaces at the heart of practice-based learning. It defines the underlying pedagogical philosophy of a creative learning space in design education and reports on how practical strategies incorporating sensory affect may be implemented by educators to foster better student engagement in these spaces within higher education.
Bringing much-needed attention to specialist design teaching and learning spaces in higher education, this book will be of interest to educators, researchers, and post-graduate students immersed in design education, pedagogy, and learning spaces more broadly.
1. Which way forward? Design education today 2. What is sensory affect? 3. Sensory affect in design and design education 4. All-surface use in design-based learning spaces 5. Environmental empowerment in design education 6. Flexibility and capacities to adjust experiential learning, learning spaces and design education