The workshop focused on presenting and discussing:
- the state of the art of the discussion on urban curricula,
- on improving a survey on urban curricula as ID/TD mattered and
- on sharing case studies of inter- and trans-disciplinary approaches to participatory urban development and/or regeneration
We thus alternated between keynote presentations with panel discussions and smaller break out groups.
During the workshop we benefited from the critical input of local experts and we opened a discussion on the innovation needed in the urban curriculum to enhance the new generation of urban planners in inter/trans-disciplinarity.
Hands-on experimentation as a teaching approach in enabling participatory urban design
Matej Nikšič and Alenka Fikfak, Urban Planning Institute of RS and Faculty of Architecture
Analogous Systems: As a Pedagogical Tool in Urban Design
Tatjana Capuder Vidmar, MA, PhD, University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Landscape Architecture , University of Geneva & Visiting Professor at the United Nations University
Brownfields regeneration; work between the Urban Planning Institute’s interdisciplinary projects and faculty teaching
Boštjan Cotič, univ.dipl.inž.arh, Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia
MEMUD, Middle European Joint Master for Urban Design
Tadej Glažar, Dr. Ilka Čerpes, Assist. Vid de Gleria, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of architecture
Student workshop as a successful method of project-based learning in higher education study programmes
Alma Zavodnik Lamovsek, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering