The project “Innovative scenarios in the teaching and learning processes in the IFSP Interior Design courses” is an initiative of the Campus Jacareí, which has been awarded twice by the edicts of the Dean of Education, which provide technical and financial support to projects that can significantly contribute for the development of pedagogical practices and innovative curricula on the campus of the Institute.
The project addresses the ambiguity of the term "scenarios". It concerns learning scenarios, with innovation in the methods and instruments used, with a focus on a meaningful approach to learning, with active and creative methodologies, resources and digital media; it is also related, however, to scenarios such as physical learning spaces, that is, the classroom spaces, rooms and laboratories with new design and layout arrangements, in order to allow the use of creativity.
Coordinated by Professor Rosana Sbruzzi, the project involves students from the second and third semesters of the Interior Design technical course, and students from the first semester of the Interior Design Technology course, all from the Campus Jacareí - the idea is that in the medium term all students from both courses are involved. Currently has two scholarship holders: José Alan Rodrigues (technical course) and Raíssa Borges (higher education).
According to Rosana, the project innovates both in teaching and learning methods and in the differentiated use of campus spaces. With regard to creative methodologies, Rosana points out that an activity has been very efficient in the teaching-learning process: it is an exercise with a cardboard box, carried out in several stages, with the purpose of promoting the perception of spaces as an object of the design.
As for the use of differentiated spaces, today one of the main focuses of the project is the transformation of scenarios to promote the learning of Design. A lot of time has been devoted to thinking and developing proposals that embrace new methodologies in spaces available on campus. (see video).
As part of the project, participants have sought to understand the presence of alternative teaching dynamics through case studies about Escola da Ponte (Portugal) and about the Âncora Project (Cotia). In addition, they developed satisfaction and learning research on the activities developed in the last two semesters, with the objective of helping in the process of inserting methodologies in the reformulation of the curriculum of the courses.
Thinking about professional practice, Rosana believes that the project contributes a lot to a more meaningful and, above all, creative education of the student, preparing him for the job market from real contexts of the profession, worked on the curricular components in an integrated way. “At the end of the course, students will have experienced contexts, problems and challenges in the world of work in the field of interior design at school,” he says.
How to send a video?
Students interested in contributing to the program can submit their own videos lasting a maximum of one and a half minutes, which must be recorded with a camcorder or cell phone camera. When using the cell phone, recording should be done with the device horizontally, using the rear or front camera (selfie mode). Videos recorded with vertical framing cannot be considered.
The people who will present the project must be very close to the camera, so that they are audible. Look for more reserved places, without the interference of external sounds (wind, event sound, ambient noise). Light the scene well, record in favor of the light. Do not use digital zoom, as it affects the quality of the video.
After recording the video, upload the raw material (without the insertion of subtitles, soundtrack and overlapping images) and files (photos or other information) related to the project in the cloud and send the link with the project information, full name , course and campus for email .
To upload the video, you can choose the storage of your preference. We suggest, as a suggestion, SendSpace (https://www.sendspace.com), Dropbox (https://www.dropbox.com/pt_BR/) and Google Drive (https://drive.google.com) .
Remember that the material must be sent without editing.
In case of doubt, contact the Communication Department by e-mail .