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INFORMAL URBAN PRACTICE

1. Articulate your aspirations for the studio and propose a means for self-assessment

Student name: ……KA MING, LEE (IRENE)…………………………… What do you aspire to learn through the studio? Clearly propose the most important 6 or more aspects of learning and achievement (in few words) that you aspire to measure your work against.

What is likely to indicate different levels of your performance and achievement against each criteria? Describe in detail the indicators (evidence) of quality at the level of performance that you aspire to achieve. In less detail, describe what will indicate if you have achieved above or below your aspired level.

CRITERIA

‘SATISFACTORY’ PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Take a single experiment to develop your concepts

‘GOOD’ PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Take experiments to develop and analysis your concepts

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undertake experimental approaches to creative design research and development

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work as part of an inter-disciplinary creative design team

Working with other disciplinary students

Discuses and working with other disciplinary students

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generate and test project-specific creative techniques that examine and speculate upon informal urban practices develop practical and speculative design propositions

2 D Model making for 1 experiment alone

3D Model making for experiments

Defining a single design proposition in class

Defining design propositions for one scenario in class or peers

conceptualize and develop ideas through 2d, hands-on 3d, and performative processes of working reflect, discuss and critique your work and that of your peers with a range of criteria in mind

conceptualize and develop ideas through 2d, hands-on 3d

After discussion in class conceptualize and develop ideas through 2d, hands-on 3d

Analysis and present your work in peers

identify and develop design opportunities for enabling informal urban practices engage with concerns of social entrepreneurship

Identify and develop design opportunities through common practices

Analysis and present your work in peers. Accepting peers’ suggestions and inspired by them Identify and develop design opportunities through common practices and engage with concerns of social entrepreneurship

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‘VERY GOOD’ PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Take experiments to develop and analysis your concepts. Reflections form each experiment are contributed to the final concept development Discuses and working with other disciplinary students. Opinions are exchanged through cooperation 3D Model making for experiments with teamsters. Reflections from peers are embedding ed in the model. Defining design propositions for one scenario in class or peers. Invented them after research After discussion in class and research conceptualize and develop ideas through 2d, handson 3d Analysis and present your work in peers. Exchange peers’ suggestions and inspired by them. Identify and develop design opportunities through informal urban practices and engage with concerns of social entrepreneurship

‘OUTSTANDING’ PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Take experiments to develop and analysis your concepts. Reflections form each experiment and peer discussion are contributed to the final concept development Discuses and working with other disciplinary students. Opinions are exchanged through cooperation. Your suggestions contributed to others projects 3D Model making for experiments with teamsters. Reflections from peers and users are embedding ed in the model. Defining design propositions for one scenario in class or peers. Invented them after research and set up practical device for experiments After discussion in class and research conceptualize and develop ideas through 2d, hands-on 3d, record them in media or literature Analysis and present your work in peers. Exchange peers’ suggestions and inspired by them. Your reflections also benefit to them. Identify and develop design opportunities through 1st hand informal urban practices experience and engage with concerns of social entrepreneurship


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Participation in study and practice

Practicing according to lecture schedule

Practicing according to lecture schedule, research in books and internet

Practicing according to lecture schedule, research in books and internet, practice with in RMIT areas

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Cooperation within group mates

Keep in touch and have conversations once a week in class

Keep in touch and have conversations once a week in and out of class, brainstorming and exanimate experiments together.

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Submission

Videos and introductions upload on blog

Videos, reflection and introductions upload on blog. It summarise our experience ever time

Keep in touch and have conversations once a week in and out of class via phone, MSN, blogs. Brainstorming and exanimate experiments together. Duties and projects are distributed evenly. Videos, reflection and introductions upload on blog. It summarise our experience every time, improvement and plan for next week are established.

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Digital presentation skills

Meet submission presentation requirements

Meet submission presentation requirements with multi-media

Meet submission presentation requirements with multi-media and reflections

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Research in slow-peace

Awareness the ideas with cases or examples

Awareness the ideas with cases or examples. Brainstorming and interpret base on the case studies

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Examination

Establish and documented swap activities weekly.

Establish and documented swap activities weekly. Refined the content and system by collecting peer comments and suggestions.

Awareness the ideas with cases or examples. Research in depth about the theories behind the idea. Brainstorming and interpret base on the case studies. Establish and documented swap activities weekly. Refined the content and system by collecting peer comments and suggestions.

Practicing according to lecture schedule, research in books and internet, practice in RMIT and suburbs. Interpret our experience into new experiments. Keep in touch and have conversations once a week in and out of class via phone, MSN, blogs. Brainstorming and exanimate experiments together. Duties and projects are distributed evenly. Our intention and purpose are clear. Videos, reflection and introductions upload on blog which related to our purpose. It summarise our experience every time, improvement and plan for next week are established. Analysis and criticise suggestions form guests, lecture and peers. Meet submission presentation requirements with multi-media such as uploaded video, posters, and portfolio. Reflections, purpose and future plan are clearly presented to peers and tutors. Awareness the ideas with cases or examples. Research in depth about the theories behind the idea. Brainstorming and interpret base on the case studies. Explore and exanimate the boundaries. Establish and documented swap activities weekly. Refined the content and system by collecting peer comments and suggestions. Challenging the boundaries by swapping objects, services, information, emotions with different locations and methodologies.


INFORMAL URBAN PRACTICE

2. Mid-semester self-assessment

Student name: ……… KA MING, LEE (IRENE)………………………… Import the above criteria

CRITERIA

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researching urban practices via film, video, observational drawing, online search, reviewing books and journals

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Working as individuals, in pairs with Interior Design students, and in larger groups.

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developing work through drawing, photography, 3d modeling, making test-rigs and prototypes, facilitating events and doing performances

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undertaking ‘prototype’ actions in the public urban environment that test and articulate ideas

What indicates the current levels of your performance and achievement in the studio against each criteria? Describe in detail the indicators (evidence) of quality at the level of performance you honestly believe you have achieved so far. In less detail, describe what would indicate if you had achieved above or below your proposed level. ‘SATISFACTORY’ ‘GOOD’ ‘VERY GOOD’ PERFORMANCE ‘OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE INDICATORS PERFORMANCE INDICATORS ’ INDICATORS PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Fair understanding in various Good understanding in Well understanding Well understanding in various informal urban practices in Asia and various informal urban informal urban practices in Asia and in various informal American. practices in Asia and urban practices in American. Flash mobs and street American. Asia and American games were mainly were focused in with 1st hand films. Research in second –hand experience. commodities trading, free cycle and 3R- reduce, reuse, recycle Improve Keep contact and working with Maintaining fair Maintaining good communication communication interior design students. communication skills and skills and working with interior skills and working working with interior design design students. with interior design students. We spent long time in clarify our students. Ask aims in every group activities. Peer questions to criticized and suggestions were stimulate peers to exchanged. Projects improvement think referenced to previous interdisciplinary creative team experience. Concept and practices are developed under the foundations of peer reflections and criticized. Refining or Refining ideas through digital Refining ideas through 3D Refining or analysis ideas through analysis ideas prototypes. prototypes. 3D prototypes. Our group refined our aims, process through peer review, 2D& 3D and model structure through prototypes. sketching, and body language. Most of the prototypes were generated by the whole group within tight timeframe. Local community case study is examined. Then develop informal urban practices to fill the gaps and demands Spend sufficient time in whole Committee you Spend fair time in preparation and Spend sufficient time in whole preparation and discussion, preparation and cooperation free time in whole cooperation. cooperation discussion, We establish design propositions preparation and through interviews and local cooperation needs. Most of the urban practices


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making digital video presentations upload video, still imagery and text submissions to an online blog

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Participating in peer reviews and a studio ‘gift economy’ culture. Contributing to collective discussion amongst the larger research group of different discipline students and staff both in face-toface sessions and via the online blog

were set up by whole group. My time commitment on recording videos is less than other group mates because of timetable clash. Video making with 1 softwares and 1 formates.

Joining conversation in class and groups.

Better understand in video making with different softwares and formates. A big improvement in digital video making and participation in blog submissions. imovie and windows movie maker were applied in video making. Non-verbal presentation was learnt through video and text submissions in online blog Express your view in class and groups. Motivated myself to participating in discussion in class. Comparatively, I express more peer reviews in small groups than in class, because I better understand my group’s goals

Better understand in video making with different softwares and formates. Try the variations every time.

Applied the best in video making with different softwares and formates. Try the variations every time.

Get inspirations in class and groups conversations.

Applied the inspirations that gained in class and groups conversations.

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