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This monograph is in response to a request to explain the application of the metaphoric theorem and metaphors in teaching architecture in Saudi Arabia. It incorporates views by Mark Gelertner presented in 1988 at the Association of the Collegiate Schools of Architecture's Seventy-sixth annual meeting. These views are particularly relevant to any discussion about education in Saudi Arabia because in various forms they are widely shared. Happily though these views do not prevail but do have an important dimension worthy of consideration. This article applies the research and scholarship of H.A. Ozman and S.M. Craver, W.J. Gordon, P. Weiss, G. Dodds and A. Al-Saati into ten divisions which studies teaching the techniques of making architectural metaphors in the twenty-first century. [This article has been published as: "Teaching the techniques of making architectural metaphors in the twenty-first century." Journal of King Abdul Aziz University Engg

.Sciences; Jeddah: Code: BAR/223/0615: Oct. 2, 1992 (1421 H.) 12th Edition; Vol. I and "Transactions" of Cardiff University, UK. April 2010.]

Descriptors: Architectural Education, Educational Philosophy, Educational History, Educational Practices, Culture, Schemata (Cognition), Learning, Foreign Countries





Author: Fez-Barringten, Barie

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=3692&id=ED535124







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