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Interplays of humanism, cognitivism and behaviourism in design engineering

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Title: Interplays of humanism, cognitivism and behaviourism in design engineering
Authors: Childs, P
Item Type: Chapter
Abstract: Principal learning theories include behaviourism, humanism, cognitivism and constructivism. Each has held sway in education for a period and has contributed to our ability to develop and deploy evidence-based curriculums and learning environments. This chapter considers the contributions of these learning theories and their relevance to the design, engineering and hybrid domains, with a particular focus on the recently developed curriculum for an integrated masters in Design Engineering at Imperial College London.
Editors: Rodgers, PA
Bremner, C
Issue Date: 1-Jul-2019
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10044/1/76612
ISBN: 978-1-62273-586-0
Publisher: Vernon Press
Journal / Book Title: Design School: After Boundaries and disciplines
Copyright Statement: Copyright the author
Appears in Collections:Dyson School of Design Engineering