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"Muu" projekt DT-KO/1
DT-KO/1 "KnowHow (3.11.2004−28.05.2007)", , Eesti Kunstiakadeemia.
DT-KO/1
KnowHow
3.11.2004
28.05.2007
Teadus- ja arendusprojekt
Muu
Leonardo Da Vinci
ETIS klassifikaatorAlamvaldkondCERCS klassifikaatorFrascati Manual’i klassifikaatorProtsent
4. Loodusteadused ja tehnika4.1. Arhitektuur ja tööstusdisainT240 Arhitektuur, sisekujundus2.1. Ehitusteadused (ehitusprojekteerimine, ehitustehnika, tööstus- ja tsiviilehitus ning teised seotud teadused)60,0
2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur2.5. KunstiteadusH310 Kunstiajalugu6.3. Muud humanitaarteadused (filosoofia - s.h. teaduse ja tehnika filosoofia, kunstiteadused, kunstiajalugu, kunstikriitika, maalikunst, skulptuur, muusikateadus, teatriteadus, religioon, teoloogia jne.)40,0
AsutusRollPeriood
Eesti Kunstiakadeemiapartner03.11.2004−28.05.2007
AsutusRiikTüüp
EU
PerioodSumma
03.11.2004−28.05.20071 019 000,00 EEK (65 125,97 EUR)
65 125,97 EUR

Project KNOWHOW addresses the needs of gifted pupils who do not prosper in the traditional "text based" academic learning environment. Project KNOWHOW: learning, teaching and making. Practitioners within the field of art and design education are often convinced of the importance of making and production to the learning-experiences of their students, yet there is little documented analysis of the relationship between learning, teaching and making. Project KNOWHOW hopes to articulate tacit understandings of learning and teaching within studio contexts, exploring the notion that the very act of making is intrinsic to effective and meaningful lifelong learning.
Project KNOWHOW addresses the needs of gifted pupils who do not prosper in the traditional "text based" academic learning environment. Project KNOWHOW: learning, teaching and making. Practitioners within the field of art and design education are often convinced of the importance of making and production to the learning-experiences of their students, yet there is little documented analysis of the relationship between learning, teaching and making. Project KNOWHOW hopes to articulate tacit understandings of learning and teaching within studio contexts, exploring the notion that the very act of making is intrinsic to effective and meaningful lifelong learning.