The ongoing disruption caused by COVID-19 has provided an opportunity to pause and reflect on how educators are shifting pedagogies, inventing approaches, and developing skills shifting, inventing, and developing various skills and approaches to foster an experiential learning curricula despite moving to physically-distanced forms of teaching. Design education, in particular, is faced with the challenge of rethinking a model that at its core is highly reliant on frequent face-to-face interactions. The studio classroom experience for centuries has utilized what are commonly referred to as “desk critiques.” These interactions are the central focus of most studio classes and serve as the primary pedagogical device for those who teach these courses.
Hargrove, PhD, Ryan and Klondike, Travis
"In Search of Virtual Connectedness: A Comparative Essay in the Development of New Pedagogies for Remote Learning Environments,"
Experiential Learning & Teaching in Higher Education: Vol. 3
, Article 9.
Available at: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/elthe/vol3/iss1/9