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KCI등재후보 학술저널

A Study of the Satisfaction with the operation of design courses-Based on PJBL(Project Based Learning): An analysis of a University of Applied Sciences in China

As the definition and role of design changes over time with the times and society, design education needs to update teaching methods to match it. The course design in this study began with an optimisation of the learning model based on previous research and analysis, followed by in-depth interviews, the application of the interview results to the final curriculum design, and finally a questionnaire to verify the positive effects of this teaching model. This teaching model has been applied to teach a pilot class in a university of applied sciences in China. The main characteristics of the course design are Project-Based Learning (PJBL) oriented, team cooperation centric, and an educational model developed based on peer assessment. In every stage of the UI design course, realistic project simulations are adopted, enhancing students' abilities through practical experience, teamwork, and peer assessment. The innovation lies in validating the effectiveness and advantages of this model at every stage of the UI design course, innovating existing teaching methods, optimizing learning models, and combining practice with evaluation. This research found that a project-oriented team course design based on PJBL has a high degree of effectiveness and relevance in each stage of the UI design course, significantly improving students' overall competence. It is expected that the results of this study can be applied in various ways to the course design of the courses that similar to design majors.

Ⅰ. INTRODUCTION

Ⅱ. THEORETICAL BACKGROUND

Ⅲ. COURSE DESIGN

Ⅳ. ANALYSIS OF COURSE OPERATING RESULTS

Ⅴ. CONCLUSION

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