International Journal of Social Science and Human Behavior Study
Author(s) : SHULIN SHI
With the growing trend of applying Evidence-based Design in the field of landscape architecture, it has become necessary to equip undergraduate landscape architectural students with systematic and scientific research competence. This article shares the authorâ€™s experience in delivering a Research and Design module in an undergraduate landscape programme for three years. In the module, Project-based Learning approaches have been employed to tackle challenges as an action research. Effectiveness and lessons learnt are discussed. It is important to keep close observation on studentsâ€™ performance and listen to their feedback, so as to adjust teaching and learning strategies timely for education improvement.