Mar Bien Gregory G. Parel


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Kevin Solanoy


This is a 3 hours lecture course and is divided into 3 meetings every week.  Housing discusses design solutions to building systems and the laws regulating the housing programs in the Philippines. Topics are presented to the students through e-lecture, student reporting and class discussions. E-lecture and reporting are delivered, presented, through multi-media presentation for further and easy understanding of the subject matter. Follow-up assignments, projects and esquisse are given to reinforce learning. Students are required to have a minimum of 50 sheets 9”x12” Sketch Pad Handbook where they can take notes and do drawings. Objective e-quizzes are given at least twice a week and midterm and final examinations are given as scheduled by the instructor.
At the end of the course, the students should be able to:
1. Approach a contextual point of view
2. Self-equip knowledge on the Philippine’s climatic, historic, social and regulatory contexts
3. Display enhanced theoretical methods and skills 
4. More effectively express ideas both individually and as part of a team
5. Learn the principles of housing design building systems 
6. Provide good citizenship through cooperating actively towards practical work in the university
7. Appreciate time management through submittal deadlines 
8. Develop work ethics, critical thinking, and inclination to research, to innovate & to improvise

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