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Researcher: Wallis, LH (Dr Louise Wallis)

Fields of Research

Architectural Design
Architecture
Architectural Science and Technology (incl. Acoustics, Lighting, Structure and Ecologically Sustainable Design)
Science, Technology and Engineering Curriculum and Pedagogy
Urban and Regional Planning
Building Science and Techniques
Industrial Design
Education
Design Management and Studio and Professional Practice
Curriculum and Pedagogy
Multicultural, Intercultural and Cross-cultural Studies

Research Objectives

Education and Training Systems
Commercial Construction Design
Learner and Learning Processes
Pedagogy
Environmentally Sustainable Construction
Education and Training
Assessment and Evaluation of Curriculum
Teaching and Instruction
Syllabus and Curriculum Development
Timber Materials
Teacher and Instructor Development
Curriculum
Learner and Learning Achievement
Teaching and Instruction Technologies
Expanding Knowledge in Built Environment and Design

Career Best Publications

Building the Studio Environment; Design Studio Pedagogy: Horizons for the Future
Learning by Making. Long-term collaborations and socially productive outcomes; Journal of Public Space
Researching the one-on-one from a learning and teaching perspective; Design Research Society 2012 Bangkok
Studio models in a changing higher education landscape; Australian Art Education

Research Publications

'What an idiot!' Building better working relationships between Architects and Engineers; Teaching Matters 2007
Building Better Architecture Students: Improving the Relationship Between Design and Construction; Australasian University Building Educators Association
Building the Studio Environment; Design Studio Pedagogy: Horizons for the Future
Collaborative design education with industry: student perspective by reflection; Re: Research - the 2017 International Association of Societies of Design Research (IASDR) Conference
Dance Stage Set
Design; Technology Education for Teachers
Design Issues confronting Architectural Education in Australasia ; DesignEd Asia Conference
Does Size Matter: a comparison of methods to appraise thermal efficiency of a small house; Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA), Annual Conference
Drawing conclusions from LBM studios; Association of Architectural Schools Australasia
Exhibition Pin Up Review; Assessing Creativity: Supporting Learning in Architecture and Design
Grillages: Testing and making plywood structures
Kingsmeadows Bus Stop
Learning by Making. Long-term collaborations and socially productive outcomes; Journal of Public Space
Learning-by-making in building science education; 48th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association
Learning-by-Making: Design-build Studios at the School of Architecture at the University of Tasmania
Learning-by-making: high impact learning in design; 13th Teaching Matters Conference: Places and Spaces
Learning-by-making: transformative learning in design; 8th International Conference and Exhibition of the Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia
No 'lone' architects: design by consensus; Take 4: Collaboration & Coalition
Plugging the Gaps: Learning by Making (UTas Case Study); 36th Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association
Researching the one-on-one from a learning and teaching perspective; Design Research Society 2012 Bangkok
Studio models in a changing higher education landscape; Australian Art Education
Studio teaching symposium: a one-day symposium dedicated to articulating and sharing best practice studio pedagogy and related research; 2nd Symposium on Studio Pedagogy
Sustaining the studio: a snapshot of academics' perception toward studio in 2007; AASA
The 'Studio' conundrum: Making sense of the Australasian experience in Architectrual Education; ConnectED: International Conference on Design Education
The Castle: A Long-term Community Partnership; Live Projects Designing with People
The Changing Role of the Workshop in Architectural Education: A Tasmanian Case Study; The Bauhaus Legacy: Myth, Reality, Reevaluation
The influence of residential framing practices on thermal performance; Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA), Annual Conference
The studio concept and its forms in architectural education in Australia and New Zealand (20072011)
Thinking critically about learning in the discipline: Engaging students in Architectural education; Enhancing Higher Education, Theory & Sholarship
Tokyo Speed: Recreating the Academy in Practice; Take 4: Collaboration & Coalition
University of Tasmania: The Castle; Design Build Studio
Wide Angle View: Collaborative Coalitions of Architects and Friends; Take 4: Collaboration & Coalition

Research Projects

Enhancing and assessing group and team learning in architecture and related design contexts; Office for Learning & Teaching (OLT)

Research Candidate Supervision

How we Draw, Why we Draw, What we Draw - Graphic Problem Solving and Cognitive Methods in Design