A Case Study in Design Education: Creative Drama Method With Image
Zülfikar, Halide Candan
Ertin, Deniz Gözde
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In architecture education, it is important to guide the learner’s thought, but not induce or dictate a particular line. In this regard, learners should be helped to be able to fly their mind in order to foster their creativity. Fundamental courses in architecture are for improving creative thinking skills of students in terms of context and practice. Student’s participating actively to these courses, would end to a motivation which could be an introduction to creativity. The literature review of the research shows that different approaches in architectural education and learning can be articulated which emphasize on autonomy as pivot point of creativity in education. Research questions are: 1-What is the relationship between creativity and autonomy in architectural education and learning? And 2-How the interaction between creativity and autonomy emerges in fundamental courses in architecture education? Research method of the paper is participant observation research method has been adopted for the research. Descriptive analytical techniques adopted to enhance the efficiency of models.
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