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Excited to present "A is for...?  STE-A-M and the Triad of Art, Architecture and Technology" in the Architectural Studio Tinkerings panel as part of HiSTEM 2016. 
16 Δεκεμβρίου 2016,  7μμ Πανεπιστήμιο Αθηνών (ΕΚΠΑ) Αμφιθέατρο «Ιωάννης Δρακόπουλος» (κεντρικό κτήριο, Πανεπιστημίου 30).

Architectural Studio Tinkerings: Workshop at the Hellenic Conference on Innovating STEM Education

This workshop brings the pedagogical practices of the architecture studio to center stage; we argue that introducing architecture as a subject in STEM-integrating school curriculums may result in substantial innovations within K-12 education. In our approach, architecture is not perceived as an added discipline, but rather, as a flexible platform for integrating STEM subjects through hands-on, project-based learning practices.


With contributions by architects and educators from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Dartmouth College and the National Technical University of Athens School of Architecture, we will explore different aspects of creativity, as experienced in the architecture studio, with or without the use of automatic machines. 


In the general objective of nurturing creativity, what makes the contribution of the architectural approach unique? In what ways do those particular pedagogical features enable the architectural studio to operate as the ideal platform for a STEM-integrating k-12 education?


Architectural Studio Tinkerings addresses everyone interested in exploring project-based learning practices for nurturing students creativity, in integrative, interdisciplinary, collaborative ways.



Contributors:

Saeed Arida, Architect MIT (PhD, ‘11), NuVu Studio Founder
Sotirios Kotsopoulos, Architect NTUA, MIT (PhD, ’05), MIT Media Lab Research Affiliate
Zenovia Toloudi, Architect AUTh, Harvard GSD (DDeS, ’11), Artist, and Assistant Professor at Studio Art, Dartmouth College
Dimitris Papanikolaou, Architect NTUA, Urban Scientist, Engineer, Harvard GSD (DDes, ’16)
Athina Papadopoulou, Architect NTUA, PhD Researcher MIT
Stavros Martinos, Architect, PhD candidate NTUA, ARKKI School of Architecture Academic Supervisor


Organizers:

Hara Gavra, Architect AUTh, MSc NTUA, ha.gavra@gmail.com
Stavros Martinos, Architect, PhD Candidate NTUA,  smartinos@gmail.com
Athina Stavridou, Assistant Professor NTUA School of Architecture,  astavridou@arch.ntua.gr


More information about the panel here [LINK]
More information about my contribution here [LINK]

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