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The Journal for Education in the Built Environment


The Journal for Education in the Built Environment (JEBE) has now moved to http://journals.heacademy.ac.uk/journal/jebe

From 2013 JEBE and Transactions have joined together to build on their respective strengths.  The new-look journal has moved to a new journal platform provided by the Higher Education Academy (http://journals.heacademy.ac.uk/journal/jebe).  In future, issues of JEBE will contain something for everyone, from rigorous pedagogical papers for researchers in JEBE, to the most useful of practical articles found in Transactions, which will occupy a section of its own within the journal.  JEBE is edited by Professor Deborah Peel, University of Dundee and Professor Chris Webster, University of Hong Kong.  New submissions are welcomed and details about how to submit an article are available at http://journals.heacademy.ac.uk/page/jebe_submissions

 

JEBE is a major resource for educators, practitioners and scholars in higher education within the broad discipline area of the built environment. It provides an international forum for discussion and debate on subject-focused teaching, learning and scholarship issues and a means for disseminating the findings of well founded academic investigations.

The peer-reviewed journal fosters high quality academic debate about the way knowledge is generated, codified, taught and learnt. It aims to promote stronger links between research, scholarship, teaching and practice and to expand the international community of educators in the built environment. As a means for disseminating pedagogic knowledge throughout the community of educators, JEBE thereby provides a stronger intellectual basis for practice.




Volume 7, Issue 2, December 2012

Past Volumes


Contents


Reflections and Prospects
Deborah Peel, University of Ulster, UK

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1-7 (7)

The Built Environments Laboratory: an Interdisciplinary Framework for Studio Education in the Planning and Design Disciplines
Ken Yocom, University of Washington, USA
Gundula Proksch, University of Washington, USA
Branden Born, University of Washington, USA
Shannon K. Tyman, University of Washington, USA

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8-25 (18)

Investigating Architecture Studio Culture in the UK: a Progress Report
Hannah Vowles, Birmingham City University, UK
Jim Low, Birmingham City University, UK
Holly Rose Doron, Birmingham City University, UK

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26-49 (24)

The Live Education of an Architect: John Hejduk and Oxford Brookes Year One Live Projects
Jane Anderson, Oxford Brookes University, UK
Colin Priest, University of the Arts London, UK

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50-62 (13)

Education for Climate Change Adaptation Enhancing the Contemporary Relevance of Planning Education for a Range of Wicked Problems
Julie Davidson, University of Tasmania, Australia
Anna Lyth, University of Tasmania, Australia

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63-83 (21)

The Public Health Residency: a Novel Way to Focus Attention on Sustainability and Wellbeing in the Architectural Studio
Marcus Grant, University of the West of England, UK
Elena Marco, University of the West of England, UK
Paul Pilkington, University of the West of England, UK
Sarah Burgess, University of the West of England, UK

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84-109 (26)

  


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