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Egan-style teaching in the classroom can kick-start creativity

Should schools of architecture encourage students to work as part of a team? Commenting on schools of architecture at the ARB board meeting last week, Marco Goldschmied expressed concern that too much Egan in the classroom could stifle creativity at this crucial early stage.


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