Re-imagining the teaching case as a format & practice

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Abstract

The form and format of a ‘teaching case’ implies ready-to-use teaching material that can be easily integrated within a module and/or curriculum. This is why we created (and tested across three pilots and with more than 250 students) ‘Researching the city: Mapping imaginaries’ teaching case accompanied by teachers’ training materials, sensory toolkit, all accessible through an online platform, the ‘Knowledge hub’ that further showcases the works of our students, their walks through our cities and the arguments why we all have to understand and connect in meaningful ways with urban areas that are often seen as in the so-called ‘periphery’ (or further away from the city centres).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPeople Polyphonies Peripheries
Subtitle of host publicationMapping the Ways for Better Cities in Each and All of Their Corners (Real of Imagined)
EditorsNuria Arbones Aran, Bernard Smeenk
Place of PublicationAmsterdam
PublisherIMAGE Project
Pages7-8
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2023

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