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Teaching-Learning Process of Architecture Workshops in Virtual Environments Based on Research-Action Methodology

Nataly Revelo Morales, Álvaro Guzmán Rodríguez, Julio Oleas Rueda, Vinicio Velásquez Zambrano, Felipe Castillo Mafla, Ramiro Rosón Mesa

Abstract: In the School of Architecture at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, we are continuously reflecting on the teaching-learning process in order to offer the best education. The COVID-19 pandemic brings different changes in social, health, work and educative practices, which people have had to adapt to. These new conditions have shifted the perception of life and society, so it has demanded a new perspective to solve problems and meet the challenges that have arisen. It has happened with education, in which all stakeholders have been working to face and manage the educational practice in a virtual modality. Based on teaching experience, the present research is focused on the teaching-learning process in Architecture, considering design workshops during the first years of the major. The purpose of this paper, which uses an action research methodology, is to explore those changes that come about from this process in virtual environments. In this way, understanding architecture’s teaching and practice through virtual environments can generate an important impact that can transform the perspective on education in this field in the present and in the future.
Keywords: Architecture / adapt / workshops / teaching / virtual environments / Research Action / action research methodology / learning process / education

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