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Using the Flipped Classroom Model to Design Active Learning Spaces for High School Students
Traditional methods of teaching and learning in education are modeled after decades of historical systems that has shaped the past and present-day applications of academia. These historical methods, which are still being ...
Connecting people, food & place: sustaining community, identity, and well-being through a multisensory, local food centre
This interior design project involves investigation into the philosophies of the Slow Food Movement and how they may inspire and inform the design of a social space that fosters a connection between local people, food and ...
Reconnecting community: combating loneliness through coliving, place attachment, and adaptive reuse in Winnipeg's Exchange District
This Master of Interior Design practicum proposes the design of a mixed-use coliving community in Winnipeg’s Exchange District as a means to reduce the occurrence of feelings of loneliness among city residents and promote ...