Creativity of Interactive Academic Education for Sustainable Urban Development

Bujar Q. Bajçinovci

Affiliation: University of Prishtina, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Kosovo.

Keywords: Education, Teaching, Sustainable Urban Development, Creativity, Prishtina.

Categories: Visual Arts, Architecture and Design

DOI: 10.17160/josha.5.5.441

Languages: Albanian

Education for sustainable development is a process with a primary role to protect and use the environment, to manage spatial planning and urban development as a whole holistic system. In relation to education for sustainable development, the creativity of urban planning and design can significantly improve quality of life of their urbanites. Hence, students and teachers are an epic symbiosis in a process of teaching and learning. Actually, this interaction can be more bonded and interdependent with high-tech didactic tools. The digital era has implemented in the education system new creative methods of learning, a new way of life and style in schooling. The relationship between a student of architecture and teachers broadened more with the introduction of computer-aided design and simulation tools in presenting those ideas into the reality. The research methods consist of empirical observation carried out during 25 years of experience in academia, and direct observation of teaching methods. The purpose of this paper is to examine the teaching process, with the focus on the creativity of interactive education for sustainable development. The research concludes that uniform old teaching platform, cannot respond to all specific issues faced by students in this globalization era. Therefore, new teaching strategies must involve interactive education for sustainable development, and education research as a new partnership, a new working holistic system between students and teachers, thus, working together simultaneously towards continuous improvement of academic processes, answering to the needs of new globalization era.

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