Pedagogy and Professional Development

Criteria Decision Matrix Applied to Pedagogy: A Pilot Study for Fashion Art Studio

Authors
  • Adriana Gorea (University of Delaware)
  • Katya Roelse (University of Delaware)

Abstract

Two different instructors with substantial fashion industry experiences worked together in Spring 2014 to re-design the syllabus of the Fashion Art Studio, a required foundation course for fashion merchandising major. The aim was to eliminate projects and class work that were purely art based and did not have a current fashion merchandising industry application while still fulfilling the same course learning goals. A sustainability approach was also thought out for re-purposing the physical outcome of the assignments and having most of them feed into another project or ending into a portfolio page. The purpose of this paper is to present our common strategies and outcomes from the pilot study and share our findings.

How to Cite:

Gorea, A. & Roelse, K., (2015) “Criteria Decision Matrix Applied to Pedagogy: A Pilot Study for Fashion Art Studio”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 72(1).

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Published on
12 Nov 2015
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