Cooperative/Collaborative Learning Technique in Theoretical Subjects of Interior Architecture Program

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Porntip Ruengtam


Generally, the objective of teachings-learnings in theoretical subjects of interior architecture programs is focused on transferring theories to students, which usually can be underline for application in design practical subjects. The research objectives are to study concepts and implementations of cooperative/collaborative learning technique in classes by a theoretical subject case study, to propose a guideline for the teaching-learning management in the theoretical subjects and designing interior environment in the classes where harmonize to the teaching-learning management. Results and recommendations were discussed and presented in this research.

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Ruengtam, P. (2018). Cooperative/Collaborative Learning Technique in Theoretical Subjects of Interior Architecture Program. Journal of ASIAN Behavioural Studies, 3(7), 27–39.


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