Thinking Globally, Acting Locally: Using the Design / Build Teaching Model for Cross-cultural Dialogue
AbstractPreparing future landscape architects for practice involves not only teaching them about globally important cultural, social, and ecological issues but also the processes for addressing them successfully in the built environment. An educational model that immerses students in these issues through community and cross-cultural dialog is the Design/Build Studio. (Winterbottom, 1999)
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Graffam, S., Jones, S., & Winterbottom, D. (2004). Thinking Globally, Acting Locally: Using the Design / Build Teaching Model for Cross-cultural Dialogue. Landscape Review, 9(1), 246–249. https://doi.org/10.34900/lr.v9i1.191
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