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COURSE PLAN

Instructor Information

Course Code: MIA 101

Name: Asst. Prof. Lionel Sanchez, PIID, CIDE, PhD Cand.

Course Title: Interior Planning and Design Development

Office: Department of Architecture, SAFAD, USC

Pre-requisites: None

Email: ljtsanchez@usc.edu.ph

Credit: 3.0

Consultation Period: TBD

Lecture: 3 Hours

Lab: None USC Vision

The University of San Carlos sees: A WORLD where the darkness of sin and the night of unbelief vanish before the light of the Word and the Spirit of grace. A SOCIETY where citizens are competent, noble in character, and community-oriented: What they know, they apply justly and honestly. What they do not know, they seek to learn. What they do not have, they endeavor to acquire. What they have, they share. USC Mission The University of San Carlos is a Catholic institution of learning that embodies the principles of academic discipline of San Carlos Borromeo and the missionary charism of the Society of the Divine Word. We aim to develop competent and socially responsible professionals and lifelong learners in an environment that fosters excellence in the academic core processes of teaching-learning, research and community extension service. Our mission is to provide timely, relevant and transformative academic programs responsive to the needs of the local, national, and global communities, in a rapidly changing world. Master’s Degree (Professional Track) The Master’s Degree Professional Track has the primary purpose of applying knowledge in professional practice. A Master’s degree of this type is either terminal or geared towards preparation for a doctoral degree program with a professional track. This program requires students to pass a comprehensive examination and a complete capstone project. A capstone project culminates the student’s academic or learning experience. It provides the student an opportunity to exhibit the knowledge and skills obtained during the course of graduate study. It can be featured through a long-term investigative project that concludes in final output, presentation or performance. A typical form is when a student may be required to choose a topic or a problem that interests them, perform a research on these topics and generate a final output (for example, in the form of essay, case study, research paper, or a short film or multimedia presentation) indicative of the student’s acquisition of learning. The student presents the capstone project to a panel or committee of experts for grading and evaluation.

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Program Educational Objectives Three to five years after graduation, the Carolinian Master of Architecture graduate will demonstrate the following: PEO 1

Advance knowledge and skills in a specialized, interdisciplinary, or multidisciplinary field of study for architectural practice;

PEO 2

Self-directed research;

PEO 3

Lifelong learning with highly substantial degree of independence that involves individual work or teams of interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary experts;

PEO 4

Application of the above-mentioned skills in architectural research, professional, or creative work; and

PEO 5

A Designer/Planner with the highest Christian and Carolinian values and professional ethics responsive to social needs through built-environment research, policy development and community involvement. Course Description

This is a coursework subject of Master in Architecture major in Interior Architecture. This graduate level course explores concepts and theories in interior planning and design development with the aim of theorizing or formulating new matrixes or frameworks on the subject matter to contribute to the body of knowledge of interior design. Students in this graduate class should display self-reliance when working independently. Course Outcome

Create a theoretical framework of how interior planning and design development is informed based on the different topics covered as a resource for professional practice, and eventually add to the body of knowledge.

PEO 1

PEO 2

PEO 3

PEO 4

PEO 5

Advance knowledge and skills in a specialized, interdisciplinary, or multidisciplinary field of study for architectural practice;

Self-directed research;

Lifelong learning with highly substantial degree of independence that involves individual work or teams of interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary experts;

Application of the abovementioned skills in architectural research, professional, or creative work; and

A Designer/Planner with the highest Christian and Carolinian values and professional ethics responsive to social needs through built environment research, policy development and community involvement.

Demonstrative

Demonstrative

Demonstrative

Demonstrative

Demonstrative

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Assessment of Outcomes Grading System Rubric-based ratings for specific assessment tasks are given corresponding weights to comprise the grade that the student gets for the course. As evidence of having attained the course outcomes, students have to submit assessment papers. Student will prepare for the paper by reading the assignment, researching the author, and surveying related topics or support examples. The outline for the essay/paper is at the student’s discretion, and creative or poetic expressions are encouraged. The following minimum content is suggested: 1. The broader topic (or school of thought) within which the author/s is/are working on 2. The basic and general thesis of the article/s 3. Explanation of the thesis 4. Examples or quotes from the readings 5. Connections to outside examples, views or perspectives you may recognize or relate to relevant context/s. 6. Your personal perspective views of the readings 7. References (suggested articles from modules + your own literature review) Computation: 60% - Papers 40% - Final Paper (Paper on Theoretical Framework) 100% - TOTAL

1.0 - 95-100 2.0 – 85 (Passing Grade) *No grade between 2.0 and 5.0

Comprehensiveness and accuracy content (60%) -Completeness of information through multiple sources, views or perspectives -Credibility and accuracy of information source

-Content shows an excellent understanding of the topic and subject matter by presenting a wide-range information from multiple sources, views or perspectives -All selected references are authoritative; all facts regarding people, places, time, etc. are accurate

Assessment Rubric for Papers and Presentations 1.1 to 1.5 1.6 to 2.5 Very Good Good Distinction or Credit Level of Achievement High Level of Achievement -Content shows a good -Content shows a satisfactory understanding of the topic and understanding of the topic and subject matter by presenting a subject matter with acceptable wide-range information from range of information from different multiple sources, views or sources, views or perspectives perspectives -Half of the selected references -Majority selected references are are authoritative; Partial facts authoritative; Majority facts regarding people, places, time, regarding people, places, time, etc. are inaccurate etc. are accurate

Coherence of content (20%) -clearly organized flow of content

-Content shows an excellent flow of thoughts; well-articulated ideas unifying the whole content

-Content shows a good flow of thoughts; well-articulated ideas unifying the whole content

Quality Level

1.0

General Descriptor

Excellent High Distinction

-Content shows a satisfactory flow of thoughts; articulated ideas unifying the whole content

2.6 to 3.0

3.1 to 5.0

Fair

Needs Improvement

-Content shows a poor understanding of the topic and subject matter with narrow range of information from different sources, views or perspectives -Majority of the selected references are not authoritative; Majority of facts regarding people, places, time, etc. are inaccurate

-Content shows a lack of understanding of the topic and subject matter with very little consideration to range of information from different sources, views or perspectives -All of the selected references are not authoritative; all of the facts regarding people, places, time, etc. are inaccurate -Plagiarism; copy and paste, without citation

-Content shows a poor flow of thoughts; ideas still related to the whole content

-Content shows a lack of flow of thoughts; ideas are not related the whole content

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-evidently consistent writing style and student voice

-Content shows an excellent writing style and more consistent student voice

-Content shows a good writing style and consistent student voice

-Content shows a satisfactory writing style and a less consistent student voice

-Content shows a poor writing style and an inconsistent student voice

-Content shows a lack of writing style and inconsistent student voice -Plagiarism; copy and paste, without citation

Creativity and Quality of essay (20%) -inventiveness in diverse formats in visual, and quantitative (Diagrams, illustrations, Tables) -conformity to prescribed APA format (Citation, footnotes, and bibliography)

-Presents an excellent use of appropriate and varied visuals like drawings, illustrations, diagrams and quantitative presentations like computations, tables, and charts -All of the prescribed format is being conformed

-Presents a good use of appropriate and varied visuals like drawings, illustrations, diagrams and quantitative presentations like computations, tables, and charts -Majority of the prescribed format is being conformed

-Presents a satisfactory use of appropriate and varied visuals like drawings, illustrations, diagrams and quantitative presentations like computations, tables, and charts -Half of the prescribed format is being conformed

-Presents a poor use of appropriate and varied visuals like drawings, illustrations, diagrams and quantitative presentations like computations, tables, and charts -Most of the prescribed format is not being conformed

-No usage of appropriate and varied visuals like drawings, illustrations, diagrams and quantitative presentations like computations, tables, and charts -The prescribed format is not being conformed -Plagiarism; copy and paste, without citation

Class Requirements, Management and Policies Course Requirements Teaching Strategies

Laptop or any equivalent performing device. The topic will utilize varied learning strategies that will put the student at the center of all class activities, which is OBE. This is based on the belief that the best way to learn is to be actively involved in the learning process. It is expected that the student will take charge of their learning experiences (ideally recorded in a journal as per CHED Advisory) because in the end, it is the evidences of learning demonstrated is what the teacher will use as instrument for grading. Students will be guided through the readings, research activities, presentation, and organizing class requirements into a portfolio as a teaching-learning activity (or formative learning).

Attendance Policy

Please refer to current University of San Carlos COVD-19 Policy on class attendance.

Missed Assessment Policy

Please refer to current University of San Carlos COVD-19 Policy on INC assessment.

Consultation

Consultations are made available within class after designated lecture hours. Should you wish to consult with me on matters pertaining to your achievement of the learning outcomes, you can inform the professor through the course email at least 48 hours before. Please, indicate in clear terms what you wish to consult me with. You may consult with me individually or as a group.

Communication Plagiarism

All course-related communications may be done through the USC Learning Management System (LMS). I will send to you supplementary learning materials, announcements, instructions and the like through the LMS. Make sure that you regularly check the LMS. For those without internet connection, you may contact me through my mobile phone during class hours. Committing Plagiarism. "Plagiarism" is defined as the unacknowledged inclusion of someone else's words, structure, ideas, or data. When a student submits work as his/her own that includes the words, structure, ideas, or data of others, the source of this information must be acknowledged through complete, accurate, and specific references, and, if verbatim statements are included, through quotation marks as well. Failure to identify any source (including interviews, surveys, etc.), published in any medium (including on the internet) or unpublished, from which words, structure, ideas, or data have been taken, constitutes plagiarism.

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Use APA Style for citations and references. Plagiarism warrants a failing grade. Study Tip Resources

Cunha, F. R. D., Kruistum, C. V., & Oers, B. V. (2016). Teachers and Facebook: using online groups to improve students’ communication and engagement in education. Communication Teacher, 30(4), 228–241. doi: 10.1080/17404622.2016.1219039 Mulholland, S. (2016, November 4). MultiBrief: Why stress is causing interior designers to leave the profession. Retrieved October 29, 2017, from http://exclusive.multibriefs.com/content/whystress-is-causing-interior-designers-leave-the-profession/interior-design-furnishings-fixtures Stromberg, J. (2014, June 24). Re-reading is inefficient. Here are 8 tips for studying smarter. Retrieved October 29, 2017, from https://www.vox.com/2014/6/24/5824192/study-smarter-learnbetter-8-tips-from-memory-researchers

Mental Health Support

You may get in touch with the following organizations, they both offer free support, and you also have the option to utilize their paid consultations: USC Mental Health Support Online Support for COVID-19 Crisis. (n.d.). Facebook. Retrieved August 18, 2020, from https://www.facebook.com/USCMHR Philippine Mental Health Association Cebu Chapter. (n.d.). Facebook. Retrieved August 18, 2020, from https://www.facebook.com/pmhacebu

Disclaimer

The professor may alter the syllabus as well as the sequence, scope and content of the course to permit the introduction of new or innovative material or when current topics or resources can measurably add to the student's understanding of relevant issues. This will be done when necessary and according to the considered judgment of the professor. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, neither teacher nor student shall be liable for any delays or failures in performance resulting from acts beyond its reasonable control including, without limitation, acts of God, acts of war or terrorism, state health emergencies, shortage of supply, breakdowns or malfunctions, interruptions or malfunction of computer facilities, or loss of data due to power failures or mechanical difficulties with information storage or retrieval systems, labor difficulties or civil unrest. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in the event of such an occurrence, each party agrees to make a good faith effort to perform its obligations hereunder.

NOTES: The current situation calls for lowering the benchmark, splitting the course into 4 modules combining synchronous and asynchronous learning, with compressed contact hours. Each module is allocated at least two weeks, one week for TLA, and another for the AT, based on CHED COVID Advisory No. 6 dated 13 April 2020. Journal with reflective thoughts on work concerns and related issues should be a requirement. This is to identify some of the strength and weaknesses of work at home and simulated working environments. Modules in Sequence 1

Topic Literature Informs Interior Planning and Design Development

Unit Outcome

Objective (minimum content as suggested)

Using literature as a tool for the course requirements

As a TLA, a file repository of research journal publications, online articles and videos are accessible through the reference link for the student to read, browse and view.

Teaching-Learning Activities (TLA) To develop the attitude of independent study and self-directed research, the student should check the resources and references thoroughly

Assessment Task (AT) Not Applicable

References

Allocation of Meetings

Please refer to

1

http://www.lionelsanchez.com/references/

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and assess their relevance. . 2

Social Sustainability and Inclusivity Informs Interior Planning and Design Development

Evaluate how culture, religion, race, and gender can affect and influence interior architecture.

1. What is/are the broader topic (or school of thought) within which the author/s is/are working on? 2. What is the basic and general thesis of the article/s? 3. Explain the thesis 4. Cite examples or quotes from the readings and resources

To develop the attitude of independent study and self-directed research, the student should check the resources and references thoroughly and assess their relevance.

5. Establish connections to outside examples, views or perspectives you may recognize or relate to relevant context/s 6. Discuss your personal perspective or views of the readings 7. Include in-text citation and references (suggested articles from modules + your own literature review) 3

Governance and Politics Informs Interior Planning and Design Development

Compose a position paper addressing relevant or current issues affecting how design is informed by building codes, ordinances, rulings, statues, organizations or advocacies.

1. Introduce your topic with some basic background information. Build up to your thesis sentence, which asserts your position. 2. What are the possible objections to your position? 3. Support and acknowledge the opposing points. Just be sure you aren't discrediting your own views. 4. Explain that your position is still the best one, despite the strength of

To develop the attitude of independent study and self-directed research, the student should check the resources and references thoroughly and assess their relevance.

Requirement: Academic Essay

Please refer to

3 Meetings

Please refer to

3 Meetings

http://www.lionelsanchez.com/references/

Use the given sources of this module as a starting point to explore and expound a topic of discussion or personal interest. Cite concrete examples from the references, relate to your own experience, and add/build up with more related literature. Possible Topics: Queer Theory, Zen or Feng Shui, Indigenous Architecture, Black Lives Matter pertaining to interior planning Paper Size: A4 Style of Submission: Strictly APA Minimum no. of Words: 2,000 (excluding references) Grading: Please refer to Rubric Turnitin Submission Required: Class ID: 26452240 Enrollment Key: MIA1012020 Similarity: 15% and below *include Turnitin Receipt with Canvas submission Requirement: Position Paper by Pair

http://www.lionelsanchez.com/references/

Please review the given sources of this module as a starting point to explore and expound a topic of discussion or personal interest. You are encouraged to cite concrete examples, relate to your own experience, and add/build up with more related literature. Possible Topic: Will regulation affect interior planning of the future? Paper Size: A4 Style of Submission: Strictly APA University of San Carlos | Master of Architetcure major in Interior Architecture |

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counter-arguments. This is where you can work to discredit some of the counter-arguments and support your own.

Minimum no. of Words: 2,000 (excluding references) Grading: Please refer to Rubric Turnitin Submission Required: Class ID: 26452240 Enrollment Key: MIA1012020 Similarity: 15% and below *include Turnitin Receipt with Canvas submission

5. Summarize your argument and restate your position. End your paper focusing on your argument and avoid the counter-arguments. You want your audience to walk away with your view on the topic being one that resonates with them. 6. Include in-text citation and references. Source: Fleming, Grace. "5 Steps to Writing a Position Paper." ThoughtCo, Aug. 26, 2020, thoughtco.com/how-to-write-aposition-paper-1857251. 4

Interiority and Resiliency Informs Interior Planning and Design Development

Discuss the aspect of health and wellbeing, tied with disaster risk management, as either initial nuances or blatant factors for design development.

1. What is/are the broader topic (or school of thought) within which the author/s is/are working on? 2. What is the basic and general thesis of the article/s? 3. Explain the thesis 4. Cite examples or quotes from the readings and resources 5. Establish connections to outside examples, views or perspectives you may recognize or relate to relevant context/s 6. Discuss your personal perspective or views of the readings

To develop the attitude of independent study and self-directed research, the student should check the resources and references thoroughly and assess their relevance.

Requirement: Academic Essay

Please refer to

http://www.lionelsanchez.com/references/

3 Meetings

Use the given sources of this module as a starting point to explore and expound a topic of discussion or personal interest. Cite concrete examples from the references, relate to your own experience, and add/build up with more related literature. Possible Topics: Does interior design really affect our health and wellbeing? How can interior design contribute to disaster or pandemic mitigation? Paper Size: A4 Style of Submission: Strictly APA Minimum no. of Words: 2,000 (excluding references) Grading: Please refer to Rubric Turnitin Submission Required: Class ID: 26452240 University of San Carlos | Master of Architetcure major in Interior Architecture |

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7. Include in-text citation and references (suggested articles from modules + your own literature review) 5

Framework Informs Interior Planning and Design Development

Create a theoritical framework of how interior planning and design development is informed based on the different topics covered as a resource for professional practice, and eventually add to the body of knowledge. You may add other factors such as Human Engineering and Heritage Conservation that are not tackled in this subject.

1. What is/are the broader topic (or school of thought) within which the author/s is/are working on? 2. What is the basic and general thesis of the article/s? 3. Explain the thesis

To develop the attitude of independent study and self-directed research, the student should check the resources and references thoroughly and assess their relevance.

4. Cite examples or quotes from the readings and resources

Please refer to

http://www.lionelsanchez.com/references/

5 Meetings

Using all the academic essays written as reference, design and justify an ideal framework for interior planning and design development. Refer to previous studies, relate to your previous essays, and add/build up with more related literature. Point of Discussion: How can the framework help/inform the community or end-users involved or people at-large? Is there a social aspect? Will this contribute to the body of knowledge of interior planning and design development?

5. Establish connections to outside examples, views or perspectives you may recognize or relate to relevant context/s 6. Discuss your personal perspective or views of the readings

Paper Size: A4 Style of Submission: Strictly APA Minimum no. of Words: 5,000 (excluding references) Grading: Please refer to Rubric Turnitin Submission Required: Class ID: 26452240 Enrollment Key: MIA1012020 Similarity: 15% and below *include Turnitin Receipt with Canvas submission

7. Include in-text citation and references (suggested articles from modules + your own literature review)

Prepared by

Enrollment Key: MIA1012020 Similarity: 15% and below *include Turnitin Receipt with Canvas submission Requirement: Academic Paper with highlight on Framework

Approved by

Asst. Prof. Lionel Sanchez, PIID, CIDE, PhD Cand. Date Submitted: 25 JULY 2020

Ar. Junie Rubia, Program Coordinator Date Approved: XX AUGUST 2020

Ar. Neil Andrew U. Menjares, MS, Department Chair Date Approved: XX AUGUST 2020

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MIA 101 Course Plan  

This is a coursework subject of Master in Architecture major in Interior Architecture. This graduate level course explores concepts and theo...

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This is a coursework subject of Master in Architecture major in Interior Architecture. This graduate level course explores concepts and theo...

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