Davis-Bonnick, Claudette (2007) How does the Moby-Go resources impact teaching and learning in the sample room? Project Report. CLIP/CETL. (Unpublished)
|Type of Research:||Report|
The purpose of this research is to consider to what extent the moby-go could be used to enhance teaching and learning in the sample room studio. A qualitative study was carried out in which I focused on using the visualiser, the cam-corder and the laptop to ascertain to what extent these various pieces of equipment could be imbedded in teaching and their effects on the students, the technicians and the tutor.
I have constantly sought to make the delivery of my lessons more creative, engaging and fresh. I have also considered how computers could play a useful or central part of the sample room. I will now endeavour to investigate if this could also lift my performance to another level in delivering more captivating and lively teaching sessions.
This research seeks to discover how user-friendly computer equipments are for tutors, technicians and above all the students. It seeks to discover its benefits, to whom and in what capacity. It also seeks to discover if the moby-go is fully developed to suit the requirements for use in the sample room.
|Keywords/subjects not otherwise listed:||Moby-Go, CLIP/CETL, Teaching & Learning, pattern cutting, sewing, camcorder, classroom, sample room, teaching and learning research|
|Your affiliations with UAL:||Other Affiliations > Creative Learning in Practice (CLIP) / Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL)
Colleges > London College of Fashion
|Date Deposited:||20 Jun 2008 14:30|
|Last Modified:||02 Aug 2016 13:06|
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